Cape Weligama

Sri Lanka: South West Sri Lanka

Cape Weligama captures the quintessential essence of Sri Lankan luxury and is the epitome of exclusivity. Indulge in an unforgettable experience.

"Indian Ocean resort for a sumptuous surfing holiday"

Cape Weligama occupies an impressive 12 acres and sits at the tip of a prominent headland. This waterfront resort, where windy breezes brush over the shimmering blue waters of the Indian Ocean, offers magnificent swells for those in search of a sumptuous surfing holiday.

The resort overlooks a perfect reef break that breaks with the same consistency as the main spots. Due to the unique location and the private land that it is located on, this spot is very hard to access when not staying at the Cape Weligama, meaning it is one of the least crowded spots in the area. You can over look the break from the various restaurants and see how its looking while enjoying their incredible food.

Feel enchanted by the stunning panoramic views that beautifully complement each of the 39 private dwellings Cape Weligama has to offer. Each collection of the Master Rooms and private Residences are designed with the appearance of a traditional Sri Lankan settlement on the exterior. The chic interiors have stylish contemporary designs with lavish living quarters.

"Restaurant with traditional flavours of Sri Lanka"

Unwind by the Moon Pool, an impressive 60-metre crescent-shaped icon that sits on the southern-most aspect of the resort overlooking the Indian Ocean. Order drinks from the Moon Bar and sip on a cocktail as you laze by the pool watching the tropical sunset disappear into the horizon.

Have the freshest catches of the day, hand pick of your choice, cooked to perfection, by ocean facing restaurant, De Mauny. If you fancy the traditional flavours of Sri Lanka, dine at Kumbuk, and eat the traditional way – with your hands!

"UNESCO World Heritage Site of Galle Fort"

At only half an hour’s drive along the jagged coastline lies the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Galle Fort. This stupendous 400-year-old Dutch colonial stronghold represented the region’s significance for the role it played in maritime history. You can also venture further afield, day trips to National Parks of Uda Walawe and Yala can be organised to suit your schedule. Appreciate the wildlife of this beautiful country as you explore the dense jungles. If you’re lucky you may even spot the rare leopard.

3 reasons to choose Cape Weligama:

  1. Spoil yourself and get pampered at this luxury resort.
  2. Surf in privacy – due to its location, Cape Weligama is hard to access for those not staying there making it virtually exclusive.
  3. Sweeping panoramic blue view of 270 degrees from the impressive 60m Moon Pool.