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Visitors step on to its wide veranda, gaze across the distant hills and fall into the warm embrace of relaxed but effervescent hosts Farzana and Neil Dobbs.Others either start or end their holiday at Palagama Beach, a resort on the Kalpitiya peninsula created around the converted holiday home of British architect Cecil Balmond.In its luxury thatched villas and cabanas, beneath the palm fronds or beside the beachside infinity pool, guests plan their next dolphin-watching expedition or holistic massage.Navy officials say the animals were likely swept out while crossing shallow lagoons in the region.They are not the only wildlife to encounter trouble in the biodiverse island.

Tom, Kumar and their mates mucked in to clear the bush and to shape trunks and beams, using coconut-fibre rope to raise the thatched palm roof above a smooth mud floor.

Their first guests were friends, drawn to Anamaduwa, in Sri Lanka’s north-western jungle, by invitation.'Nothing has changed since those early days,' says Kumar, explaining how guests are both drawn into the community and left alone to relax beneath the palms. We have never been driven by profit.'None of their now five mudhouses – a three-hour drive north from the international airport at Colombo – has mains electricity or wi-fi; only a few are wired to solar batteries.

In May, the navy and local residents saved a pod of 20 pilot whales that became stranded in Trincomalee, a natural harbour that is popular for whale watching.