Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort is dedicated to eco-tourism and sustainable practices. Our resort has different experiences that include our very own rice paddy field and farm which employs local farmers that cultivate rare local rice varieties and flora. Rainwater harvesting, recycling, reducing and reusing plastic matter is also stringently carried out.
We have partnered with the IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) and the Department of Wildlife to conduct a research project on marine turtles and their conservation. The work has produced a scientific report with steps needed to protect these endangered animals that frequent Sri Lanka’s beaches. Our team also educates the general public and school children about turtle conservation and assisted to build an education centre on Rekawa beach. Click here for more information.
An eco-friendly Peace Haven nature walk.
Explore our rich biodiversity through a complimentary 1.5-hour scheduled walk around our Peace Haven grounds, guided by the Nature Guru. Whether it's the mangroves, coastal ecosystem, endangered turtles or ecological farming and sustainable agriculture, our resort is surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna that we strive hard to protect. Nurturing green spaces, sustaining local communities, and encouraging mental well-being form the key goals of our informative stroll through nature.