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10 of the Best Villas in Kalpitiya, North West Coast

Kalpitiya is a crescent-shaped strip of land that arches approximately 40km from the Sri Lankan mainland just south of Puttalam on the northwest coast. Almost entirely untouched by tourism except for the resorts that make up Alankuda Beach, this arid, mostly flat, strip of land is famous for its fisheries, its Muslim and Catholic inhabitants, its lagoons and its expansive saltpans. There’s plenty of wildlife to be seen both on land and in the sea, and bird watching is a particularly highlight. Wilpattu National Park – famed for its leopards – is an hour’s drive away. Cultural attractions to be discovered include the seventeeth century St Anne’s Church at Talawila, Sri Lanka’s most revered Catholic shrine, which sees up to 700,000 pilgrims visiting during the festival months of March and August alone. Kalpitiya offers few tourist facilities. Although banks with ATMs are available in local towns, being self-sufficient is a good option. Fresh produce, local beers and spirits can be bought locally but imported goods are unlikely to be found, as there are no well-stocked supermarkets in the locality.


Khomba House

Khomba House

Sri Lanka  »  North West Coast  »  Kalpitiya

Khomba House was much bigger and grander than we’d imagined it to be and this was a wonderful surprise. Packed with places to relax, all in lovely bright tropical colours, the impetus here really is on keeping your body horizontal for as much time as possible. Daybeds double up as extra beds and this is certainly a great house for getting a gang together and enjoying some quality down time. It also makes a fab getaway for a family as the kids will love the adventure of the huge sandy garden and the beach beyond, not to mention the water sports available at the neighbouring resort. Aside from loving the amazing space that the house offered, we also were very taken by the genuine warmth of housekeepers Sisira and his wife Indrani. Sisira always had a smile on his face and was happy to assist with any request whilst Indrani was a whizz in the kitchen and her Sri Lankan food was delicious. There aren’t actually any menus in the villa, but Indrani is open to guests’ suggestions. Meals are charged at US$5 per person plus groceries at cost price plus 10% to cover fuel and basics.
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