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Arrival in Unawatuna

Day 1

Arrival in Unawatuna

As soon as you arrive at Unawatuna, you’ll know that you’ve discovered somewhere special. The accommodation consists of several cabanas, dotted around an exotic garden. This is an ideal place to wind down after an active trip, so relax with a good book, grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or head to the pool for a refreshing dip. You could even join a nearby yoga and meditation class or treat yourself to a soothing Ayurvedic massage. In the evening you can wander across to the cosy bay or enjoy a home cooked curry in the garden. Bliss.

Yoga Session & Free Time

Day 2

Yoga Session & Free Time

This morning, the biggest decision you’ll have to make is where you’d like to eat breakfast; on the veranda or in the garden! You’ll then have to take a tuk tuk to a nearby resort where we’ve arranged a 1 hour yoga session for you in a peaceful yoga hut surrounded by tropical gardens. The rest of the day is free for you to spend as you please. The bay is pretty, we recommend a barefoot stroll along the beach.


Day 3

Departure from Unawatuna

It’s the last day of your stay at Unawatuna and, if you want to do a little more exploring, why not try some of the beautiful walks in the surrounding area. Trek up the mountain behind the guesthouses in Yaddehimulla Road and take in the beautiful view over the other side of the cliff, or head to the west end of the beach for a short hike through the rocks to Jungle Beach before journeying onward.

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