Stroll from Amangalla’s 200-year-old gardens through vibrant Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a cosmopolitan history. A short drive along Sri Lanka’s south coast, relax amid coconut palms at Amanwella, set on an iconic crescent-shaped golden beach.

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Experiences & Adventures 

Heritage buildings, cosmopolitan districts, untamed wilderness and beachside idylls

  • Amangalla | Amanwella

    Fort & Beach Journey

    Travel between Aman’s Sri Lankan resorts and discover some of the country’s greatest treasures, from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Galle Fort at Amangalla to the seclusion of the palm-fringed coast at Amanwella.

  • Amanwella | Tangalle

    Beach Experience

    Guests staying four nights or more can enjoy exclusive privileges at Amanwella, a resort overlooking a spectacular crescent of coconut-fringed, golden sand by the Indian Ocean.

  • Amangalla | Galle Fort

    Discover Galle

    An integral part of Sri Lanka’s colonial history, Galle is a delight to explore: stroll past centuries-old churches and spice warehouses, visit bustling markets, or bike through paddy fields and local villages.


Arriving at Mulkirigala rock temple,

you hear the wind, the humming of the birds and monkeys swaying from tree to tree before you see the rock rising almost vertically out of the surrounding forest. The stepped path leading up to this spiritually important site is separated by platforms where cave temples can be explored'

Filipe de Lencastre, General Manager, Amanwella

An Insider's View

of Aman in Sri Lanka
 
  • Amanwella at sunset photographed by aishaswanderland on instagram
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  • Amanwella entrance and arriving tuk-tuk, photographed by @katerinakatopis on instagram
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  • Amangalla's Swimming Pool, photographed by @Sophie_Burton_ on  Instagram
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2From the historic ramparts of Galle Fort to a tropical beach retreat

From historic Galle to temples, tea plantations and a coastline roamed by blue whales, Sri Lanka’s south reveals new discoveries at every turn