On the eastern edge of our teardrop-shaped island, an uncharted coastline separates our verdant lands from the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean. This harmonious relationship with nature is a story of complementary coexistence, effortlessly brought to life at our cabana resort in Pottuvil Point, a serene hideaway near the celebrated beaches of Arugam Bay.
Discreetly situated on the outskirts beyond most hotels in Arugam Bay, Jetwing Surf enjoys an exclusive stretch of untouched beach amidst a congregation of towering coconut trees. Harmoniously coexisting with the environment we call home, Jetwing Surf pays tribute to its name with the waves of Pottuvil Point located two minutes away, while the world-famous surfing destinations of Arugam Bay are found just next-door.
An iconic symbol of luxurious eco-tourism on our eastern coastline, the 20 cabanas at Jetwing Surf are sustainable beachfront spaces that welcome you to indulge in coastal comforts. Rustic on the outside yet contemporary on the inside, each bedroom is an evolving testament to Jetwings architectural signature of tropical modernism found across Sri Lanka.
At our eastern home of Sri Lankan hospitality, we have designed a number of creature comforts around you. For instance, you and your cabana will be looked after with our warmth and care, with 24-hour room service, daily housekeeping and even dedicated laundry and dry cleaning facilities on the premises. Should you wish to leave it for an adventure into our surrounding coastal neighbourhoods, our left luggage facility is available to look after your belongings, and we will be happy to arrange a taxi to get you on your way.
For starters, a number of religious excursions to historical sights that have left behind fascinating legacies are available for you to discover. The ancient monastery of Kudumbigala for example, features Sri Lankas only cylindrical dagoba overlooking the provincial greenery of the east, while the Muhudu and Magul Maha Viharayas have shared stories of royalty who paid homage at these temples. In addition, the Sastrawela Maninaga Pabbatha Viharaya features ruins of a temple with cave inscriptions at a historic location associated with scholars from ancient kingdoms.