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Arugam Bay


Arugam Bay is a beautifully created bay by nature in the Indian Ocean, south east coast of Sri Lanka.  There are fantastic surf breaks in and around the Arugam Bay.   In addition to have the experience of surf there attractive wild life, religious places and many more special places to visit in Arugam Bay.

Deegavapiya Temple    

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Deegavapiya temple is one of the most important sixteen places to worship in Sri Lanka for Buddhists.  Because Lord Buddha visited Deegavapiya and stayed for some times.  Lord Buddha visited Sri Lanka 3 times and on the third time HE visited Kalaniya Viharaya, Sri Pada and Diwa Guhawa. On HIS return journey Lord Buddha has stayed in Deegavapiya.

Ruins of Ampara – Rajagala Monastery

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Rajagala Monastery is very important for Buddhists because it is believed that Mihindu Thero’s (who brought the Buddhism to Sri Lanka in King Devanampiyatissa’s time) body has been buried in Rajagala. In addition there are more than 500 ruins and artifacts of a Buddhist temple in Rajagala.  The history of the place is not definite, but there are some “Shila Lipi” (stone inscriptions) belonging to the period of 10th and 3rd centuries BC

Pottuvil Lagoon  


Pottuvil Lagoon is one of the famous sight seen attractions in Sri Lanka.  Pottuvil Lagoon is rich with monitor lizards, crocodiles, kingfishes, eagles, peacocks and monkeys.  And also some times there are tamed like elephants.  Bird life in Pottuvil is fantastic which includes spoonbills, stilts, several kinds of kingfisher, sea eagles, pelicans and herons.

More places to visit:

Magul Maha Viharaya:

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King Kawantissa, King of Ruhuna founded the ancient Buddhist Temple, Magul Maha Viharaya

Muhudu Maha Viharaya:

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This Buddhist Temple was built by king Kawantissa

Peace Pagoda: peace-pagoda

Ampara Peace Pagoda is one of the famous  Peace Pagodas in the world, built in World War II

Oluvil Lighthouse: oluvil-light-house

This is maintained by Ports Authority of Sri Lanka

Thambiluvil Kannaki Amman Temple:

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One of the most significant Hindu Temples in Sri Lanka

Kudumbigala Sanctuary:  kudumbigala

This is also known as ‘Chethiya Pabbatha’

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