Hikka Tranz By Cinnamon
Hikka Tranz by Cinnamon
Sitting in the heart of Sri Lanka’s beach party central is the bohemian chic inspired Hikka Tranz by Cinnamon – tap into the Hikka groove!
150 Rooms | 3 Restaurants & 3 Bars | Spa & Wellness Centre | PADI Certified Dive Centre | Swimming Pool | Free Wi-Fi | Free Parking | Beach Access
The south-west coastal town of Hikkaduwa is located about 143 km (approx. 2hrs 30 mins drive) from the Bandaranaike International Airport and 117 km (approx. 2 hrs drive) from the capital city Colombo. Hikkaduwa, or Hikka to locals and frequenters, has been a staple tourist destination since the 1970’s and its legacy lives on in its vibrant beach parties, funky hangouts and alternative lifestyles. The weather is slightly unpredictable, as expected from a coastal town, although temperatures average between 28° and 30°C with mostly sunny skies and the occasional shower. Monsoons hit twice a year from May – July and October – January. The best times for surfing and diving are from January to March.
Unwind in mod boho vibes, sink into endless ocean views from your private balcony or step outside and head for the beach.
Air Conditioning | Television | Terrace / Patio | Private Bathroom | Complimentary Toiletries & Amenities | Coffee / Tea Facilities | Free Wi-Fi
Things To Do In Hikkaduwa
Hikkaduwa Beach | This stretch of coastline is lined with hotels, shops and hangout spots – it’s also great for snorkelling and beginner surfers.
Turtle Farms & Research Centre | Set up as an effort to conserve Hikkaduwa’s endangered turtles, the farm is a great place to interact with and learn about the turtles and their shrinking habitat.
Seenigama Vihara | Situated in the north of town on its own island, this temple is a curious site where local legends say victims of theft can pray for retribution.
Marine Life | Hikkaduwa’s marine life is as vibrant as its nightlife and plenty of tours and dive trips can be arranged. Be sure to choose responsible operators.
Tsunami Museum & Memorial | Dedicated to the victims of the devastating 2004 tsunami, this museum also serves to educate visitors through science and tragedy.