Make a Base in Ahangama – Enjoy a Few Days of Relaxation and Adventure Including Yoga, Surf and Stand Up Paddle Boarding Down a Jungle River Drive along the gorgeous South Coast of Sri Lanka until you come to the sleepy village of Ahangama; the perfect place to be based; if you are a sun-worshiper, a surfer, chasing the perfect wave and love the healing power of yoga while looking forward to an adventure. Nirbana is the newest Surf & Yoga Retreat in Sri Lanka, created with modern traveller in mind. Here’s a few reasons why you should consider coming to stay with us in Ahangama.
Whether you love ‘solo travel’, boutique hotels, female only retreats or all inclusive retreats in Sri Lanka, Nirbana has it all. Close to Kabalana, Galle, Midigama and Weligama, it’s a truly fantastic location to base yourself.
Surf & Yoga Retreats in Sri Lanka – Why you should stay with Nirbana in Ahangama
Give into Island Lures
There is nothing more luxurious than waking up and going for a surf, listening to the sound of crashing waves and enjoying an early morning walk on a soft sandy beach. Sip the refreshing nectar of a Thambili straight from the orange coloured nut, lay under the shade of a coconut palm, look forward to brown skins, sun-streaked hair and a sense of happiness only a tropical paradise can bring. A smattering of souvenir shops, friendly locals and the bliss of being un-crowded makes Ahangama a haven for those seeking solace from the confines of a structured world.
Heed the Surf’s Calls
Ahangama is not a place to ‘do-nothing’, while chilling is certainly on the cards; you need to indulge the adventurer within. Intermediate and experienced surfers will find Ahangama’s surf location to be less crowded than better-known spots around the island. Look forward to tackling right and left-hand reef breaks, with medium power and lengths of around 250 metres, on your lucky days. While most of the area is sandy coral, you need to watch out for rocks and the occasional sea-urchin. Awesome experiences are plenty!
Find Out What’s SUP!
SUP or Stand Up Paddleboarding is practiced on calm waters, and when in Ahangama, you may want to find out what ‘full moon paddle SUP yoga in Ahangama’ is all about. Taking the calm nature of SUP and matching it with the holistic practices of yoga seems to have worked out well, judging by the popularity of the sport, or is it meditation? You decide. Either way, don’t miss out, on a chance to try something new, while exploring the rustic Koggala River at the same time.