Surfcamp Madiha, Sri Lanka
The drivethru surf camp Madiha is located on the south coast of Sri Lanka on a quiet property in the jungle. The Indian Ocean and various local shops and restaurants are easy to reach on foot or by tuk tuk.
The Madiha Camp consists of several accommodation units spread over the 8,000 m² area. There is ...
Surf safaris on the islands of Sri Lanka and Bali are a get-together of like-minded people with one and the same passion – surfing as a lifestyle. The waves we’ll get you to from our Weligama surf camp are good quality and consistent.
We’ve found and developed an outstanding, historically beautiful and fun place for you to join us ...
A relatively small, tropical island with an opposite east-west monsoon season, Sri Lanka has two distinct seasons on either side of the island.
November to April brings morning offshore winds to the western side, centred around Hikkadua, where beach and reefs dominate. May to October brings the same conditions to the east centred around Arugam Bay. Here the occasional reef and a profusion of long, sand points offer relatively unchallenging but consistent waves. The waves here are from the same swells which regularly sweep up the Indian Ocean from the Roaing 40s. First surfed by Rusty Miller in 1965, this area is a popular leg of many travellers journeys and as such the surf can be crowded at the most popular spots. A long-running and recently escalated civil war has in the main had little impact upon the visiting surfer, but corruption is rife in a country still not fully recovered from the 2001 Tsunami. Sea temperatures remain steady at about 27ÂºC or 81ÂºF year-round.