Arugam Bay is a page from a surfer’s dream book where the shore is white and wide, surf is high and the waters clear and un-spoilt beach line stretching for miles. The best, lesser known and hard to get is the Peanut Farm to where the journey takes you through a forest in habited with elephants. Nearly a 20 minutes drive through the forest brings you to the clearest and the most beautiful beach ever to be created.
Arugam Bay is at its best at sunrise when the sky and the beach provide a festival of colours. Fishing boats returning after the night catch, famous jumping fishes heading towards the beach and fisherman waiting with baited lines all join hands to make the perfect picture of a day break.
The beaches are also ideal for sea baths although the waves could be too strong for an amateur.
The surfing season in Arugam Bay starts in April and ends in October. There are four main surf points in Arugam Bay including Arugam Point and Crocodile Rock. Although all of them provide diverse experience of the sea, the sand and surf the ultimate experience is the Peanut Farm or Pottuvil Point.