Crocodile Rock is situated in Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka. This is also a great surfing place and you might understand what the name stands for. You will also be able to observe crocodiles from this rock.
About the destination
Crocodile Rock is not as crowded as the other spots in Arugam Bay but it is a tourist location that shouldn’t be missed. It has amazing waves that range to a height of 400 meters which is ideal for surfing. This is also a great place for all surfers with varying skills it doesn’t matter even if you are new at it, just get a surfing board train a bit and hit the waters.
Crocodile Rock is best visited from April to September. But you may have to keep an eye on the fluctuating weather because if the waves are too low it wouldn’t be fun also if they are too high it could be dangerous. Make sure to keep an eye on the crocodiles because you will notice that there’s plenty of crocodiles in the area.
Reaching the destination
Go on McCallum Road and turn right onto Kynsey Road. Turn right onto Athurugiriya Road. Turn right onto Southern Expressway and take the exit from the Beliatta interchange. Turn right onto Wellawaya By-Pass and turn right onto Panama-Kumbukkana Road. Then turn left to reach your destination.
From Arugam Bay
Turn left onto Manal Road and turn right onto Panama Road. Then turn left to reach your destination.