We fell in love with this charming little surf hamlet for many reasons. Set in the beautiful Southern coast of Sri Lanka, inhabited by local fishermen, farmers, shepherds, potters and other humble working people, it has a true village charm to it. Closer to the ocean, cool beach cafés, restaurants and surf clubs dot the coastline making it an interesting mix of lifestyles to experience. Get in touch with ColiveMe Ahangama to find out more.
HOW TO GET HERE
Every stay with ColiveMe comes with a free pick up from the airport to make sure you get to us with perfect ease. But, if you’re feeling adventurous, this little town is conveniently connected to major bus routes, motorways and the rail.
The southern railway courses right through Kanda. The classic Samudra Devi (Ocean Queen) train is known for her spectacular route along the coast passing fishing hamlets, rivers and or course, the ocean. (3-4hrs)
If you want to get there fast through the highway, or take it slow through the Galle Road making stops at antique shops, secluded beaches and little roadside cafés, this is the way to make it to Kanda. (3-4 hrs)
Catch a bus through the Galle Road which goes right through Kanda (3-4 hrs), or get a bus to Galle on the highway (1.5 hrs) and hop on another bus here (30 mins). Buses are frequent and cheap.
Galle Road, Central Ahangama, Ahangama 80650 Sri Lanka
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