There are only few beaches in the world for kite surfing. In that perspective, Kalpitiya lagoon is truly a gift from nature, which is probably the reason why thousands of kite surfers visit this spectacular beach every year. So come and join Kodev in an exciting kitesurfing holiday where you will feel closer to nature than ever before!
During the surf camp, you will stay at Kodev Wilderness Tented Camp. The price is based on two people sharing. Children under five years old can stay on a full-complementary basis in the same tent with their parents, up to a maximum of two children per tent.
Kodev Wilderness Tented Camp was built in an untouched natural mangrove reserve, overlooking Kalpitiya lagoon and the Indian Ocean. Situated in Dutch Bay Island, Kodev offers a tantalizingly unique synergy of undisturbed and eco-friendly outdoor camping, luxury facilities, which would only leave you with the best memories of this breathtaking peninsular where land and water converge in perfect symphony.
Set in an exclusive mangrove reserve, surrounded by marine ecosystem and wildlife, you can enjoy the barefoot luxury of your lavish lagoon front tent, which comes complete with king-sized beds and en-suite bathroom. Direct lagoon front access takes you in the deliciousness of the shallow turquoise waters and breathtaking views.
Enjoy four days full of adventure and kitesurfing activities! There will also be late-night crab hunting, night fishing, mangrove tour, stargazing, lagoon trekking, fishing boat tour, and campfire and barbecue nights as well.
The west coast of Kalpitiya is now renowned among kite-surfing enthusiasts for its quality and variety of kite-surfing locations. Kalpitiya lagoon and its strategic location made it the perfect place for kitesurfing; thus, Kalpitiya has earned its position as world famous for kitesurfing.
The program is for experienced kite surfers. If you require any kite surfing lessons (beginner, intermediate, or advance) and equipment please contact Kodev in advance.
Experience the wildlife and serene beauty of Kalpitiya Islands! The islets around Kalpitiya offer great potential for catamaran or yacht excursions – most of which include snorkeling trips and barbecues.
This kitesurf camp will be held in Dutch Bay Island, Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka. Dutch Bay Island is one of the largest islands within the Kalpitiya archipelago. It has the needed infrastructure and natural features to offer a unique experience to any visitor. Diving around amid the many shipwrecks and swimming in the shallow waters are among the prominent attractions offered in this island.
The relatively undiscovered Kalpitiya peninsula and the lagoon is located on the northwestern coast of Sri Lanka. Kalpitiya is one of the most beautiful and untouched coastal stretches in the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. It is known for its serene beauty. The archipelago consists of 14 islands.
This verdant, narrow strip of land is separated from the main island by the Puttalam Lagoon on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other, housing natural habitats of diverse fauna and flora. Unlike other tourist destinations in Sri Lanka, Kalpitiya offers visitors a chance to see and experience more of Sri Lanka with much less time on the road and much less of a hassle.
You will enjoy three meals daily prepared from the finest locally sourced seafood and served with warm Sri Lankan hospitality.
Kalpitiya is the perfect spot for deep-sea fishing, especially when the sea is really calm during the low wind season.
The Blue Lagoon is one of the best locations for kayaking. showcasing the life cycle of the reef as well as marine life interaction. Look out for soft corals, sponges, and hundreds of fish. Its beautiful vast protected lagoons offer great paddling experiences, from mangrove mazes to river mouths, as well as huge crystal clear lagoons and isolated islets. For the more experienced paddlers, open water crossings are available.
The largest coral reef in Sri lanka is located in Kalpitiya. The bar reef is the home to an incredible variety of species and fishes. This has made Kalpitiya one of the most attractive diving location in the island. With several kilometers of unspoiled coastline encircled by a coral barrier reef that protects the turquoise lagoon, Kalpitiya offers exclusive diving experiences to its visitors all year round.
Sperm whales are the most common. The blue whale (largest mammal in the world), minke, melon-headed, and dwarf sperm whales are also spotted in Kalpitiya's marine area. You will see whales along the coast, just meters beyond the reef.
The largest national park in Sri Lanka, Wilpattu National Park has varying natural habitats: coastal belt, natural lakes (villus), rocky outcrops, scrublands, and open grasslands, which provide home for numerous species of animals. Among the species are 31 mammals. The biggest draws in Wilpattu are leopards (Panthera pardus kotiya) and sloth bears (Melursus ursinus).
Apart from those are Asian elephants (Elephas maximus), spotted deer, barking deer, jackals, sambhur, mouse deer, wild pig, water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), and mugger crocodiles.