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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka

Suggested villas, boutique hotels and safari camps

Yala Safari Camps
Yala is one of the few places in Sri Lanka where it is relatively easy to see leopards.
Dist. from Apt. - 290 km
Rooms - 6

Reef Villa & Spa
Spectacular and luxurious villa located in the small unspoilt seaside hamlet of Wadduwa.
Dist. from Apt. - 70 km
Rooms - 7

Wilpattu Safari Camps
Wilpattu is Sri Lanka's largest National Park, and it has reopened in March 2010.
Dist. from Apt. - 176 km
Rooms - 6

98 Acres Resort & Spa
Eco-friendly resort with a stunning view over the hills
Dist. from Apt. - 220 km
Rooms - 12

Glenfall Reach
A brand new hotel designed with a mix of colonial and modern architecture in the heart of Newara Eliya.
Dist. from Apt. - 160 km
Rooms - 16

Sorowwa Resort & Spa
Small boutique hotel in the heart of the cultural triangle: Dambulla-Polonnaruwa-Anuradhapura.
Dist. from Apt. - 170 km
Rooms - 23

Ellerton Bungalow
Fascinating colonial villa on the hills between Kandy and Newara Eliya
Dist. from Apt. - 110 km
Rooms - 6

Theva Residency
Theva is a modern villa on the hills around Kandy with an amazing view and infinity pool.
Dist. from Apt. - 107 km
Rooms - 10

WB Villa
WB Villa is a secluded and stylish private villa on the sea just minutes from Galle.
Dist. from Apt. - 163 km
Rooms - 2

The weather in Sri Lanka

Sunshine
180 hrs
Temperature
16 °C min
33 °C max
Rainfall
200mm
Humidity
80%

Some interesting locations

Sigiriya Lion's Rock

Sigiriya (Lion's rock) is a large stone and ancient rock fortress and palace ruin in the centre of Sri Lanka's cutural triangle, surrounded by the remains of an extensive network of gardens, reservoirs, and other structures. 

Polonnaruwa
Under King Parakramabu, Polonnaruwa became a magnificent walled city. He built monasteries, temples, palaces, bathing pools and Buddhist statues, all set in a forested park surrounded by moats.
Dambulla

Dambulla was designated a World Heritage site in 1991. The caves has a mixture of religious and secular painting and sculpture. There are several reclining Buddha's, including the 15m long sculpture of the dying Buddha in Cave 1.

Kandy

Kandy, the last royal capital of Sri Lanka is famous for the Temple of the Tooth. Kandy Perahera is a must see show if one is visiting Kandy during July-August: more than 50 elephants parade the city accompanied by the drummers, dancers and chieftains.

Anuradhapura

Anuradhapura has been made royal capital by the king Pandukabhaya in 380 BC. You will see some of the most famous as well as the tallest dagoba of Sri Lanka, remains from palaces, temples, monasteries, ceremonial baths and the temple of the holy Bo-tree.

Newara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya was home away from home for the british colonialist in the 19th century. This city with an elevation of 1900 meters is the highest in Sri Lanka (Ceylon). The Nuwara Eliya golf links, is said to be one of the finest golf courses in the asia pacific region.

Horton Plains

Horton Plains National Park is undoubtedly one of the world's best nature reserves and eco tourism venues. It is characterised by a beautiful landscape of rolling hills, covered in upper montane forest and wet patana grassland. 

Yala National Park

One of the premier eco tourism destinations, Yala plays a very important role of conservation of a large number of flora and fauna in the country. Yala is famed to be one of the parks which has the highest density of leopards in a single geographical area.

Willipattu National Park

Wilpattu National Park is the largest park of the island. Looking at fauna mammalian diversity and ecological densities are highest and also total of 31 species of mammals have been identified. In fact varied wildlife as such elephants, sloth bear, deer, and leopards, could be sighted.

Dutch Fort, Galle

Dutch Fort at Galle has the distinction of being the best-preserved sea fort in South Asia. A living heritage site, this 90 hectare (222 acre) attraction is a superb blend of architecture, with fortifications that resemble those in the coastal areas of Portugal.

Wasgamuwa National Park

Wasgamuwa National Park is nearly totally encompassed by rivers.There are approximately 150 elephants residing in the Park, although are not confined to it’s borders and are often seen wandering across the protected corridor to the nearby Flood Plains National Park. 

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