Serene Pavilions

Beneath swaying palms by the Indian Ocean, Serene Pavilions in Wadduwa invites relaxation in a setting inspired by the tropical island of Bali.

Set beneath swaying palms at the edge of the Indian Ocean, Serene Pavilions invites rest and relaxation in a setting inspired by the tropical island of Bali. Each of the 12 luxury villas are an exclusive sanctuary, with private plunge pools and courtyards filled with calming greenery. They also contain personal living areas and dining rooms, where your chef and butler will serve your meals.

If you can be tempted to leave your villa, the beach is steps from your door. Serene Pavilions also has a peaceful spa, offering Swedish, Thai and Balinese therapies. There is also a central restaurant where stunning sea views accompany every dish, as well as a lovely bar, where sunsets and cocktails can be enjoyed.

Things to do at Serene Pavilions include of course, exploring the golden sands of Wadduwa Beach which offers sheltered waters ideal for swimming. This part of Sri Lanka’s southern coast retains its rural charm, with fishermen displaying their catch every day at the local market, which you can walk to from the resort. You can also visit the historic Galle Fort to the south, go on a relaxing boat cruise on nearby Bolgoda Lake or trek in the Sinharaja Rainforest.


How to get to Serene Pavilions, Wadduwa

Serene Pavilions is located in Wadduwa, around 1 hour and 45 minutes (approximately 85km) south of Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport.

Serene Pavilions, Wadduwa Activities

  • Swimming and watersports
  • Local fish market visit
  • Galle Fort excursion
  • Boat cruises on Bolgoda Lake
  • Trekking in the Sinharaja Rainforest

*Some activities are at extra cost

Serene Pavilions, Wadduwa Highlights

  • A haven of tranquillity at the edge of Wadduwa Beach
  • Steps from golden sands lapped by the azure Indian Ocean
  • Accommodation inspired by luxury villas in tropical Bali
  • A dedicated chef and butler throughout your stay
  • Convenient location for explorations of Sri Lanka’s charming southwestern coast

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The following tours are private, independent and can be easily customised to suit your personal travelling requirements. Please contact us to begin designing your personalised Sri Lanka experience.

Sri Lanka Overview

Why Sri Lanka: This remarkable island off the south eastern coast of India might be small but it is jam packed with spectacular landscapes, a rich cultural heritage and ancient historical sites including 7 World Heritage Sites! Sri Lanka is also still relatively unspoilt by tourism, although there are many unique and wonderful hotels throughout the country.

When to Go: Dec – Mar is considered the best time to visit, being the driest season on the west and south coasts, in the ‘Cultural Triangle’ and up in hill country. The east coast is best from May – Sep when many of the beaches along the west and south coasts are experiencing the monsoon. During the monsoon, it is possible to travel as the rain is not constant – you’ll also enjoy lower prices and less crowds. The temperatures are high throughout the year, averaging around 27°C.

Combine With: Neighbouring India, Bhutan or Nepal.

Getting There: Fly into the international airport north of Colombo, the capital.

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