Ahungalla is the well-Known sandy beach in the down south of Sri Lanka, accompanied by a wide palm belt, considered to be one of the best on the island
Ahungalla located about 15 kilometers south of Bentota, 40 kilometers north of the provincial capital of Galle at Cape Point Ahungalla. The neighboring villages are Kosgoda to the north and Balapitiya in the south. Southeast of the town is the mangrove area of Madu river (Madu Ganga.
The largest and most well-known building in the town is the luxury hotel, Heritance Ahungalla (formerly Hotel Triton), designed by notable Sri Lankan architect, Geoffrey Bawa, and constructed from 1979 to 1981. explore the wonders of Southern Sri Lanka. Nearby attractions include the Port city of Galle, the village of Kosgoda famous for its turtle hatchery and the mangroves of the Madu River.
As everyone knows the entire region of Ahungalla was devastated by the tsunami in 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.