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Surf and Yoga Camp


Surf & Yoga camp in South Sri Lanka

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Surf and Yoga Camp


Surf & Yoga camp in South Sri Lanka

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About Us


About Us


 

About Sion

Hi! Thanks for dropping by!

Classic love story!: Anji and I came to Sri Lanka for a holiday in 2004 and we ended up investing in a property together with a group of friends. We loved it some much that eventually we decided to move here permanently, turn the place into our family business and have our first child!

Today Sion Surf Camp is a cozy holiday home for solo travellers, families or groups of friends that want to experience Sri Lanka in a healthy and sustainable manner. With surfing and yoga as the main activities, you will also be able to get a taste of the local culture and food as most of our staff and friends are born and bread in the area. 

We offer a set of different packages in 2 different locations - both a couple of minutes walking from each other. The vibrant beach-front stay OR the quiet and relaxing lagoon stay. --> Check both of them here.

 

 

 
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Meet us


Meet us


Meet Us

 

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Hello! I'm Anji

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Hey! I'm Lee

 

 

If you have any question for us, feel free to drop us a note at sionsurflanka@gmail.com. We'll get back to you as soon as possible!

If you get impatient, don't hesitate in calling at us +94 (0) 775024602 or making your booking directly.

 

 

 


 

Interesting fact about Sri Lanka

Tea is Sri Lanka’s largest export, accounting for 12% of its export by product (2014). It’s the fourth largest exporter of tea in the world, and in February 2017, marked its 150th anniversary of tea exportation. Ceylon Tea, being that Sri Lanka is most known for, is considered by the cleanest tea in the world by the ISO (with the least pesticide residue quantities).

One book by a local author, "The Suicide Club"  (huge gambling in Matara), Herman Gunaratne,  owner of an Ahangama tea plantation with great tours very close by, takes readers on a journey through the British plantation Raj during its heyday and what has become of it all in these post-colonial times...interesting read...!