KK Beach offers the best of two different worlds. Galle’s markets and its enchanting fort are only a few kilometres away. Stunning Habaraduwa Beach is only a few steps.

Sri Lanka is many holidays combined into one unforgettable island. The Cultural Triangle has temples and monuments galore. The national parks have wild elephants, monkeys and crocodiles. But the south has Habaraduwa Beach and the unmissable town of Galle. Stay at KK Beach on your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Sri Lanka, and you’ll have both at your fingertips.

You can stroll out of your stylish contemporary suite and feel fine coral sand and the warm waters of the Indian Ocean beneath your toes. Venturing a little further afield – a tuk tuk is an exhilarating way to travel – will bring you to Galle, and a coral and stone fort so large it encompasses an entire village packed with tiny shops, cobbled streets, lace sellers, snake charmers, monkeys, banyan trees…

KK Beach, at a glance

  • Newly created, exclusive beach hotel on the west side of prized Habaraduwa
  • Just 12 km from the ancient city of Galle
  • Choice of six suites, including penthouses, luxury suites and standard rooms
  • All with the latest designer en suite bathrooms, air conditioning and spacious outdoor terraces
  • Contemporary interior design enhanced by artwork from local artists
  • The two penthouses have sitting areas and private sunbathing terraces
  • Beautiful Sri Lankan specialities served in an elegant, airy restaurant and complemented by classic and Thai dishes, seafood barbecues and splendid buffets

For leisure and pleasure

  • Superb swimming pool and sun deck
  • Minutes from one of Sri Lanka’s best beaches with a range of water sports like body surfing
  • Scuba diving and snorkelling over coral reefs
  • Whale watching and deep sea fishing
  • Canoeing and boat trips across beautiful Kogalla Lake with its living mangrove islands
  • Cultural tours to local communities 
  • Excursions to the magnificent World Heritage listed fort at Galle, built from rock and coral
  • Lace sellers, snake charmers, tuk tuk rides to Galles’s chaotic spice and produce markets
  • Cycling through nearby rice fields and countryside
  • Cookery classes and yoga sessions
  • We honestly believe that there is no better company for organising trips worldwide.

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    Ian, South America, 2013