Dutch Bay Resorts

Dutch Bay Resorts

Nestled in the breathtakingly beautiful island of Sri Lanka is Dutch Bay Resorts. Set within an oasis of mangrove forests, and water reservoirs, you will find Dutch Bay Resorts. A tranquil sanctuary, Dutch Bay Resorts consists of 3 phases. Phase 1 is fully operational and consists of 16 Signature Hideaway Mangrove Chalets of 5 star boutique standards.Recommended on Trip AdvisorThe Chalets, reflect the region’s colonized heritage in every elegant arch, white-bricked edifice, golden-sanded pathways and reflective lagoon and Indian Ocean lifestyle, depicting the homage of Kalpitya’s adventurous tail. Phase 2 will consist of exquisite 80-100 Signature Villas, a magnificent Town Center, a glorious Dutch Fort, and remarkable Golf Course along with a Golf Club. Phase 3 will have a marvelous Marina and Yacht Club.Kalpitiya was once known as Kalpenty, which was the name given by the early Dutch colonists. Kalpitiya is located in Sri Lanka’s North Western Province of the Puttalam District, on the peninsula that separates the Puttalam lagoon from the Indian Ocean. The total area of the Kalpitiya Peninsula is around 92.26 km². The population density is on average 704 individuals per km² with a total estimated population of 64,912. The inhabitant breakdown consists of 54% Sinhalese, 40% Muslim and 6% Tamil. In addition to Dutch Bay Island, there are 14 islands off the Kalpitiya Peninsula, 6 of which will be part-leased to the private sector for the purposes of becoming tourism developments for the Phase 1 of The Kalpitiya Integrated Tourism Resort Development Project (KITRDP). Kalpitiya is one of the most picturesque, virgin coastal areas of Sri Lanka. The Department of Wildlife Conservation, and Ministry of Environment, has declared the Kalpitiya peninsula area a marine sanctuary. This is largely due to the presence of 40km² of live coral, within a 307 km² aquatic haven. Kalpitiya has a wide variety of diverse habitats, including bar reefs, flat coastal plains, saltpans, mangrove swamps, salt marshes and vast sand dune beaches. The eastern part of the Kalpitiya Peninsula includes The Wilpattu National Forest. The climate is generally tropical with an annual average rainfall of about 1,400mm (800mm to 1,900 mm). Kalpitiya maintains very high temperatures all year round (28°C to 36°C), perfect for travel during any season. www.dutchbayresorts.com Beach Resort, Hideaway Retreat. The best kept secret for Affluent travelers and Honeymooners. One of the richest bio diversities of Ceylon

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