Sri Lanka is one of the choicest places on planet earth to do bird watching. With over 400 species recorded, 33 are endemic, found nowhere else on earth! You can see many varieties of birds in the hotel premises and surroundings
NIGHT VILLAGE TOUR
See the traditional life of Sri Lankan people. Walk or travel around the city
NATURAL RIVER BATH
Having a river bath is an interesting event in a journey. You can have it beside the hotel premises.
UDAWALAWA NATIONAL PARK
Udawalawe is an important habitat for Sri Lankan elephants, which are relatively hard to see in its open habitats. Also many birds, reptiles, Leopard, crocodiles and deer
Sankapala Raja Maha Viharaya stands majestically on a rocky mountain as ample evidence to prove that this temple has been blessed by the saintly monks who spent their time in peaceful meditation. It is full with many historical facts and rock caves.
Often referred to as the Dark Prince of Ceylon, the Maduwanwela Disawe’s ancestral home, the Maduwanwela Walawwa, is a reflection of the Disawe’s personality and an architectural icon of a bygone era
Ussangoda differ from other destinations of Sri Lanka because of the exclusive soil structure and flora. There are several beliefs regarding the unique reddish color of the soil.
SINHARAJA RAIN FOREST
The Sinharaja Forest Reserve, the best-known rainforest in Sri Lanka, is well worth a visit from anyone who is interested in the natural resources of this country. It has been declared a World Heritage Site, because of its unique and high biodiversity.
SITULPAWWA ROCK TEMPLE
Sithulpawwa rock temple has a spectacular setting. There are two temples perched high atop hard volcanic rock outcrops. Maha Sithulpauwa rock is 400 feet in height. The stupa is believed to have been built by king Kawantissa.
HOT WATER SPRINT MADUNAGALA
People believe that this water has an unbelievable power to cure skin diseases as well as eye diseases. Simultaneously the monks resided at nearby hermitages and cave temples are attempted to have baths here instead of healing skin eczemas and rhematic injuries. Even today devotees believe that baths energize them.
WAWULPANE LIMESTONE CAVE
Waulpane Lime stone cave is located in the Bulutota Rakwana range, Wawulpane, meaning “cave of bats” in Sinhalese, is said to be home to an approximate 250,000 bats and the cave itself is dated to be over 500 million years old.
UDAWALAWA ELEPHANT ORPHANAGE
Orphaned elephants are kept only until they are big enough to be rehabilitated and sent back into the wild. Currently, there are 44 orphaned elephants. Can see the feeding of baby elephants.
Legend says that the sword that prince Siddhattha cut his hair off at the time of his renunciation is deposited in this stupa. The stupa was renovated in 1912 and sits on a platform 130 feet square and 10 feet high. Stupa is 95 ft. in height with a circumference of 280 ft. This structure probably dates back to the 3rd century BC.
According to ancient chronicles this stupa has been built by King Kavantissa who ruled Ruhuna in the 1st century BC. But there is also a belief that this stupa was initially built by regional King Mahanaga in the 3rd century BC and King Kavantissa probably enlarged the shrine.
Hill-country village and the place to ease off the travel accelerator with a few leisurely days resting. The views through Ella Gap are stunning, and on a clear night you can even spy the subtle glow of the Great Basses lighthouse on Sri Lanka’s south coast.