Nestled in a shoreline of tropical euphoria, Kalutara is a popular tourist attraction in Sri Lanka for its immaculate blue beaches. A visit to Kalutara will not be complete without a picture-perfect moment in Calido Beach which consists of a broad natural walk and fierce tidal waves.
Reaching the Calido Beach
It is super easy and convenient for guests residing at any Kalutara resort such as the Avani Kalutara Resort to get to the beach for some sun and fun. Reaching the beach is pretty simple. Once you reach the Kalutara bridge, a road with a sign that states ‘Calido Beach Road’ will come into view at the end of it. Simply take a turn and drive until you reach the beach.
The coastline of Calido Beach is significantly located. In the estuary of the Kalu Ganga and the Indian Ocean, Calido Beach lies as a split between the two. It is also known for a range of restaurants that serve delectable cuisine and is an ideal location to be engaged in thrilling water sports with family and friends in tropical weather.
For a wholesome experience during your vacation, a stroll along Calido Beach will be an added treat. While walking by the breezy shores, Kalutara city will come into view from one side while the Indian Ocean is on the other side. However, the breathtaking sunsets by Calido Beach beat them all, as you gaze towards the far horizon.
Other Attractions Near the Beach
While paying a visit to Calido Beach, visitors can also ride to sites that are located nearby. Some of these sites are revolved around historical importance and are often considered places of worship. The Kalutara Bodhiya, home to one of the oldest trees in Sri Lanka which dates back to the 2nd century BC, Kalu Ganga, an idyllic location for some snaps, and Fa Hien Caves, home of the prehistoric man.