Some may say there are few things better than a beachside hammock and the lure of a regular morning surf... Well, how about several beautiful bedrooms, in a fantastic boutique surf camp in front of one of Sri Lanka's best breaks?!
The chance of a lifetime.... TO OWN YOUR OWN SURF CAMP!!
An exclusive beach front surf camp in Ahangama, Sri Lanka is becoming available to purchase from May 2018. The camp is currently a well-established business offering surf and yoga lessons to an international customer base. If you are interested in this opportunity, please get in touch directly with the owners Anji and Lee by email at email@example.com . The owners will retain the brand of their camp but are looking to sell the whole business, including furnishings and surf equipment.
Sri Lanka is one of the most up and coming surf destinations in the world and this camp is smack bang in the middle of the action. The country has surfing all year round with two main surf areas – The East Coast, and the South West coast, the location of this beach front property. The season in the South West runs from October through to the end of April with the peak months running from December through to March.
The beach front property includes 2 villas overlooking the water on 70 perches of land. Here there’s also a restaurant and café which also attracts outside guests due to the surf spot. At full capacity, the camp can accommodate 22 guests. The owners have been in Sri Lanka for over a decade and have created excellent partnerships with the locals, meaning any transition would be much easier than starting from scratch.
Guests of this area are spoilt for choice when it comes to surfing spots. Not many camps are able to lay claim to an almost private intermediate reef break right in front of the property. Due to the lack of hotels on the stretch, it rarely gets as busy as other spots in the area and works in most conditions. Midigama spots such as Lazy Left and Rams are just a stone’s throw away and beginners have the options of the beach breaks Kabalana (5 mins) and Weligama (10 mins).