A short distance away from the Bandaranaike International Airport (12km), Amaluna is not just an ideal final destination in Sri Lanka – it’s also a convenient place to revitalise your senses after air travel, before moving on to explore the rest of the island.
Once a loving home to children orphaned after the devastating 2004 tsunami, the property has now evolved into a new kind of haven. Today, Amaluna is a lush lagoon resort complete with its own organic farm and reverse osmosis water filtration system. Sustainability principles have been woven into the fabric of Amaluna. Working towards being a zero-plastic resort, the resort harvests solar power, has its own organic vegetable and herb garden, and has been proudly built using repurposed & recycled materials and furniture.
A serene getaway with a big heart, guests can commune with nature amongst the resort-grown coconut and pineapple trees, as well as the elegant date palms. This tranquil resort has been built with love, hard work and consideration for your comfort.
With 39 well-appointed, private chalets, Amaluna Resort accommodates up to 80 guests, and offers many activities for families.Booking Now
Guests will love the 150-foot length swimming pool! It is divided into four parts: