Our beachfront villa is surrounded by graceful coconut trees and direct access to a beach and waves, for you to enjoy and chill while staying with us, but also strategically located for you to immerse into the colorful and vibrant local life atmosphere.
It´s the perfect place for surf lovers, to connect with your inner self or enjoy the culture, nature, and gastronomy that this amazing country has ready for you. Either if you travel solo, with friends or family.
Our chefs are always creating and improving tailor-made menus, fusing local dishes with an international and innovative twist. Always with vegan and vegetarian options available.
Delight your senses every day at the table with the ocean as background.
Charming at any time of the day and more attractive as the sunsets, our outdoor Tiki bar offers a relaxing ambience and a range of smoothies, international wine and author cocktails. The ideal spot to relax and meet more wandering souls after a day of surfing and adventures.
The yoga classes at Dreamsea Surf Camp in Sri Lanka are designed to be a sanctuary for the body, heart and mind. Your breathing will be filled with a mixture of fresh sea breeze and savage local flora. Join every morning to energize your vibe and at the end of the day to stretch and find serenity. Whatever you choose, it is a perfect time to feel younger and in touch with yourself.
We have meticulously chosen the styles practiced at our surf camp:
VINYASA YOGA: it is a style characterized for being more dynamic and invigorating. It is based on sequences of postures, which specifically attend to anatomical, physiological and mental benefits. With multiple adaptations according to the starting point of each person. The variable nature of Vinyasa Yoga helps to develop a more balanced body as well as prevent repetitive motion injuries.
HATHA YOGA: the word “Hatha” means “force”, alluding to a physical techniques system. This practice is characterized by its asanas (postures) and pranayamas (breathing exercises) on a softer and pleasant way, to end up the day. The perfect complement for surf.
YIN YOGA: also known as restorative yoga, is a nice way to relax and get a profound rest. Yin yoga is a style of yoga with slower rhythm and asanas (postures) that are held longer (from around 1 to 5 minutes, depending on the level). Yin yoga aims to increase circulation in joints and improve flexibility. It is also a more meditative approach to yoga.
The nearest airport is Bandaranaike International Airport (Colombo – CMB), also known as Katunayake airport and around 2 hours drive from our surf camp. From there you have the following options:
TAXI / TRANSFER: The easiest and fastest way is by taxi. You can take one at the airport, or we could also arrange one for you for 110€ per way for up to 4 people. Our address is 92 Galle Road, Ahangama, in front of the police station.
TRAIN: if you are an adventurer one, you can try the train from Colombo Fort, probably the cheapest way to arrive in Dreamsea. It cost around 2€ and takes 3 hours. To get from CMB airport to Colombo fort you can go by bus for 1€ (it takes 45 minutes and departs every 30 minutes) or taxi for ~10€.
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Sri Lanka is a diamond in the rough: tropical weather, spectacular, for all budgets and still not crowded often.
Travel in time from a 2000 years old culture to nowadays, visiting from ancient mystic temples to colonial fortresses; immerse in the rainforest and tea fields through a charming train ride; be thunderstruck by watching large groups of elephants. A whole spectacular world to be discovered, and all seasoned with a colorful and blend of exotic flavors, alluring cuisine!
If you haven’t been there, now is the time!
Be delighted by its beautiful beaches, which thanks to the tropical climate, you can enjoy any time of the year. Clear water, calid temperature, decorated with graceful and delicate coconut trees; the ideal setting for perfect holidays and amazing colourful sunsets.
Come and discover the untrodden and sandy jewels that surround the island of Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka has eight Unesco World Heritage Sites, a huge number for a country of this size. You can discover at ancient locations its millenary culture, where magical temples show wonderful details, laid in caves or on mountain peaks.
One of the most significant examples is Anuradhapura, one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka. Its ruins consist of dagobas (masonry structures with bell shape), monastic buildings, and pokunas (ancient pools). Nowadays, still a considered a sacred place and the temples are in use.
This magnificent country has one of the highest rates of biological endemism in the world. In places like Uda Walawe National Park, you can watch elephants, sambar deer, wild buffalos, giant squirrels, mongooses, jackals, sloth bears or even leopards, besides a reach birdlife.
But you don’t need to go far away to enjoy it, at Dreamsea Sri Lanka you will be able to share the backyard and coexist with funny travel mates as monkeys, lizards and many species of birds.