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Mountain Camping

Pitamaruwa Mini Worlds End

Pitamaruwa Mini Worlds End - Madulsima

Ella rock sri lanka is more popular among foreigners than natives. Ella Rock is located about 8 km from the center of the Ella town, above the village of Ella. Ella Rock is very popular among the climbers and it is a mountain slope located at an altitude of 1,041 meters Read More

Narangala Mountain
Narangala Mountain - Badulla

Narangala mountain is another popular mountain among climbers.It is situated 19.7 km away from the Badulla district in the Uva Province. Narangala Mountain is very popular among the climbers and it rises to over 1500 m. Read More


Horton Plains National Park

Horton Plains National Park - Ohiya

Horton Plains National Park is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, covered by montane grasslands and cloud forests, located at an altitude of 2,100 m above sea level, covering an area of 3,169 hectares, giving it an astonishing elevation between the second and third highest mountain ranges in the mountains Read More

Saptha Kanya
Saptha Kanya (Seven Virgins Mountain) - Maskeliya

If you love mountaineering, this is another place to go. The Saptha Kanya (Seven Virgins Mountain) in the village of Maskeliya in Sri Lanka is a very beautiful place.There is another story to be told about the Saptha Kanya (Seven Virgins Mountain). The biggest plane crash in Sri Lanka took place at this place Read More


Govinda Hela (westminster abbey)

Govinda Hela (westminster abbey) - Monaragala

Located in Siyambalanduwa, on the border of the Ampara District in the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka, at approximately 500 m above sea level, the "Westminster Abbey" or Govinda Hela (westminster abbey) has long been known as a natural sanctuary for protection from enemies from ancient times. Read More

Yahangala
Yahangala - Baddamulla

Yahangala is located in the Udailuka Grama Sevaka Division of a beautiful village called Kalugala. As part of the Knuckles Reserve, the original owner of this yahangala is the Forest Department. A wonderful place full of beauty that belongs to the Knuckles Mountains. This is called Yahangala as it is situated like a bed. Yahangala is located southeast of Knuckles. Read More



Manigala

Manigala - Knuckles Mountain Range

Manigala is a popular hill station located in the Knuckles Range. The Manigala Climb Road runs from the Knuckles Conservation Center to Illukkumbura through mountains, plains and parks. The Managala Range in the Dumbara or Knuckles Range in the Kandy and Matale Districts is an ecosystem with high biodiversity. The Dumbara Range in Manigala is called 'Batadadukanda' due to the fact that its western slope is heavily covered with reeds. Read More

Yahangala
Idalgashinna - Badulla

Idalgashinna mountain Range is located in the Namunukula mountain Range, in Haputale at an elevation of 1615 m above sea level. This mountain range is located in the Badulla District of the Uva Province. Mountaineering, camping, sunrise and sunset are some of the most sought after mountaineers. Idalgashinna Railway Station is another popular tourist attraction located here. Read More


Pitawala Pathana

Pitawala Pathana - Matale

In the past, the Westerners who ruled Ceylon called this area "re western" due to the fact that it had a climate similar to that of their countries, but today it is known as Riverstone and is a popular tourist destination. This area belongs to the Knuckles Reserve and is located at an altitude of 1265m above sea level. Read More

Kallebokka 360 viewpoint
Kallebokka 360 viewpoint - Matale

Kallebokka 360 Upper Division View Point is the view point of the largest tea estate in Sri Lanka. Located on the border of Matale and Kandy districts. This mountain top is a very cool beautiful place. Arriving at the top of the hill on a clear day, you can clearly see the Central Highlands, Kandy City, Sembuwatte Lake and Knuckles Mountains. Read More


Hawagala

Hawagala - Belihuloya

Hawagala is located at an elevation of 1330 m above sea level in the Sabaragamuwa Province. The nearest town is Belihuloya. It is about 4.2 km from Belihuloya town. It is a bit difficult to climb the famous Hawagala mountain for camping. Read More

Haritha Kanda
Haritha Kanda - Bogawantalawa

Haritha Kanda is located between the Agarapathana and Bopaththalawa plains in the central hills. It is about 1800 m high and is also known as Green Mountain or Little New Zealand. Very popular among mountaineers and camping Read More


Selagama Mini World's End (Hulangala)

Selagama Mini World's End (Hulangala)

Hulangala is located in the southern part of the Knuckles Range in the Salagama Estate in the Kurunegala District. Although the top of the Hulangala hill is located on the border of the Kurunegala district, the lower part of the slope belongs to the Matale district. Therefore, it is possible to reach this beautiful place from Kurunegala or Matale. Read More

Kabaragala Rock - Dolosbage mountain range
Kabaragala Rock - Dolosbage mountain range

Mount Kabaragala is located at an elevation of 1506 m above sea level and is the highest mountain in the Dolosbage mountain range. Among the other mountains, with the location, many people climb this mountain looking to camp. At the bottom of the hill are a lonely pine forest and a tea plantation. Read More



Wewathenna

Wewathenna

Wewathenna is a beautiful camping site located in the Kandy District of the Central Province. Travel is a bit difficult. On the way from Kandy to Wewathenna you will find another amazing and world-famous Victoria Dum. Ask the villagers to know the exact route. They will tell you the correct route. Read More

Great Western Mountain
Great Western Mountain - Nuwara Eliya

The Great Western Mountain Hike is the seventh highest mountaineering event in Sri Lanka. The Great Western Mountain climb is a bit of a difficult climb but can be approached even by an amateur. Great Western Mountain range with the most attractive surroundings of beautiful Nuwara Eliya is a great experience for a nature traveler. Read More


Gongala

Gongala

Gongala mountain is the highest mountain in the Sabaragamuwa Province. Gongala Kanda in the Ratnapura District is 1357 meters high and is the 15th highest mountain in Sri Lanka. The name Gongala is derived from the fact that Mount Gongala takes the shape of a deer. The summit of Gongala mountain is not the Gongala view point and you can see the highest point of the Gongala mountain range just beyond it. Read More

Dolukanda
Dolukanda - Kurunegala

Dolukanda is an important milestone in the history of Sri Lanka. Dolukanda is located in the Kurunegala District of the North Western Province. About 15 km on the Ganewatta road from Kurunegala you can see Dolukanda in the far right. Dolukanda has many events during the reign of Rama Ravana as well as the reign of King Walagamba. Read More


Nuwaragala

Nuwaragala

Nuwaragala Kanda belongs to the Maha Oya Divisional Secretariat in the Ampara District of the Eastern Province. Nuwaragala is geographically important as a remnant mountain (more than 300 meters high after erosion) belonging to the Gal Oya mountain range, which is located in half the plains of Sri Lanka (region between 30-300 m above sea level). The height is 658 meters. Read More

Bible Rock (Bathalegala)
Bible Rock (Bathalegala) - Kegalle

Looking away from Kadugannawa on the Colombo-Kandy road you can see a rock shaped like Sigiriya. That is this Bible Rock (Bathalegala). Bathalegala is known as the "Bible Rock" because it looks like a bible in the distance. Bathalegala is also known as "Little Sigiriya" as it has a similar shape to the Sigiriya rock. Batalegala is located in the Hathgampola Grama Niladhari Division of the Aranayake Divisional Secretariat in the Kegalle District. Read More


Wangedigala Mountain

Wangedigala Mountain - Kalupahana

Wangedigala Mountain is located in the Kalupahana area of the Badulla District in the Uva Province and is a very famous mountain range. It is a very famous mountain range for camping. The views of Bambarakanda Falls add to the beauty of the place. Read More

Kondagala
Kondagala - Rikillagaskada

Lulkadura Tea Estate is known as the first tea estate in Sri Lanka and is a unique tourist destination located in the town of Rikillagaskada in the Central Province. Read More


Alagalla Mountain Range

Alagalla Mountain Range - Kandy

Located on the border of Central and Sabaragamuwa Provinces of Sri Lanka. Surrounded by Batalegala (Bible Rock), Utuwankanda, Devanagala, Ambuluwawa, Knuckles Range and Hanthana Mountains. Alagalla Kanda served as a natural defense for nearly five centuries (1505-1948) against the Portuguese, Dutch and English invasions targeting the Kingdom of Kandy. Read More

Hanthana Mountain
Hanthana Mountain - Kandy

The Hanthana Mountain Range stretches from Kandy to Galaha in the Kandy District and is located southwest of Kandy. This mountain range consisting of 7 mountain ranges is very popular among tourists from home and abroad. As such, many poems and songs have been written about this mountain range. There are several ways to reach the top of the Read More


Riverston

Riverston - Matale

Riverston is a windbreak. It's a bit windy to climb this mountain. The climate here is similar to that of the Horton Plains. Here we have several places to visit. You can also see two beautiful waterfalls like Riverstone, Pitawala Pathana, Sera Falls and Bambarakiri Falls. Cold weather can reduce fatigue somewhat. Read More

Kurullangala
Kurullangala - Ella

Kurullangala is a rock with ancient paintings located in the Uva Province. Uva Province is an area where a mystery of the Sri Lankan dynasty is hidden. Such paintings are still not found anywhere in Sri Lanka. These include peacock paintings, bird feathers, handwriting, striped patterns, and indistinguishable faded paintings. Read More


Chariot Path

Chariot Path - Nuwara Eliya

This mountain range is located in the Nuwara Eliya District, more than 2100 meters above sea level. It is also known as the 'Chariot Path' meaning the road on which Ravana's chariot traveled and the villagers call it 'Pittani'. The quest for this beautiful land begins at the Florotoft Estate in Pussellawa. This is a private estate. Read More

Bambaragala Pathana
Bambaragala Pathana - Badulla

Bambaragala Pathana is located in the Badulla District of the Uva Province in Sri lanka. Is about 967 meters high. The Bambaragala Pathana is located at a distance of about 19 km from Ella town. Bambaragala Pathana is a great place for mountaineers and camping. Read More


Namunukula

Namunukula - Badulla

Namunukula is located at a distance of about 16.6 km from the town of Badulla in the Badulla District of the Uva Province. Very popular among Mountaineers and Campers. The height is about 2035 meters. The Namunukula Range is the highest mountain range in the Uva Province This mountain range represents nine peaks. During the rainy season, leeches are abundant. Use tactics to protect yourself from leeches Read More

Arangala Mountain
Arangala Mountain - Matale

The Matale District is a land of many golden sources of Sri Lankan history, hidden in centuries of heritage. Surrounded by majestic mountain ranges that kiss the sky and nourish the country all year round, this beautiful area reveals to the world the many glories of the past that are still hidden today. Arangala mountain in the Naula Divisional Secretariat Division is another mountain range with Read More


Maragala Kanda

Maragala Kanda - Monaragala

Maragala Kanda is a very hot city. Maragala Kanda, which is dragged behind the orphanage by the mist, is a place that challenges that dryness. Maragala Kanda can be identified as the highest mountain in the Monaragala District. Maragala Kanda is about 2500 feet high and has a cold climate. Due to this a plantation Read More

Gawarawila Plains
Gawarawila Plains - Maskeliya

Gawarawila Plains is a large mountain range. It borders the Central Province. It is an event that connects two provinces. The height of the Gawarawila main mountain is about 1980 meters and in addition there are two remaining mountains which are more than 1900 meters high. Read More




Beach Camping

Baththalangunduwa

Baththalangunduwa - Kalpitiya

Baththalangunduwa is a beautiful island covering an area of 150 hectares. From the Kalpitiya jetty you have to travel about 28 nautical miles to reach Baththalangunduwa Island. Innocent islanders, who make a living from fishing, live a different kind of life on this island. Read More

Ussangoda Beach
Ussangoda Beach - Ambalantota

Ussangoda Beach is located at a distance of about 4 km from the Ambalantota - Nonagama junction in the Hambantota district in the southern province. This is a nature reserve and is located in the turtle breeding zones of the southern part of the country and is a bit above sea level. Read More


Blue Beach Island and Underwater Museum

Blue Beach Island and Underwater Museum - Nilwella

Blue Beach Island is a small island in the Nilwella area between Dickwella and Tangalle in the Matara District of the Southern Province. This is private land. It is a beautiful island surrounded by the Blue Sea. A small layer of sand connecting the island and the land. You can travel to the island through this. At certain times of the year, this layer of sand is covered by sea waves. Read More

Negombo Beach Park
Negombo Beach Park - Negombo

Negombo beach is another beautiful beach in the Western Province. It is a very small coastal town located very close to the Bandaranaike International Airport. Therefore, Negombo Beach is the number one tourist destination in Sri Lanka. Read More


Arugam Bay Surf Beach

Arugam Bay Surf Beach - Arugam Bay

Arugam Bay Surf Beach is located about 2 km south of Pottuvil, a small town in the Ampara District in the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka. Arugam Bay is one of the best beaches in Sri Lanka and one of the world's most famous surfers' paradise . The sunrise is a most spectacular sight. There is a large bay called Elephant Point in Arugam area which is great to see the whole area once you reach the top of the rock. Read More

Jungle Beach
Jungle Beach - Unawatuna

Jungle Beach is a very famous and beautiful beach located in Rumassala, Galle. This is a hidden beach in the past. At that time it was known as the "White Dam". The corals act as a natural breakwater so the waves do not get rough here. Also special is the variety of fish species found in the coral reefs. Read More


Delft Island

Delft Island - Jaffna

Delft Island is the only island in Sri Lanka where wild horses can be seen. The reason for this is that it was an island where horses were brought to the country by the colonial people for various purposes and later allowed to go wild. That is, not taking proper care of it. Later, the animals became extinct and became dwarfed due to lack of proper nutrition. (Some say horses are also part of a mixed animal). Delft Island is located in the Palk Strait of the Indian Ocean. Read More

Mirissa Beach
Mirissa Beach - Mirissa

Mirissa can be described as an amazing sandy beach that makes the dreams of tourists and the glory of paradise come true. Mirissa is one of the most beautiful and attractive beaches in Sri Lanka. Mirissa is located close to the southern tip of Sri Lanka. In the past, Mirissa was famous for its fishing industry. In addition, there was a handicraft and weaving industry as well as limestone production. In the past, a port was also built with a small number of boats. Read More


Yala beach

Yala beach - Hambantota

Yala National Park is located in the southeastern part of Sri Lanka and is also known as Ruhuna National Park. It covers more than two provinces namely the Hambantota District of the Southern Province and the Moneragala District of the Uva province Read More

Panama Beach
Panama Beach - Pottuvil

As the Panama Tank (Crocodile Point) moves about 12 kilometers south of Arugam Bay, you will come across a coastal village called Panama. This is also known as Crocodile Point. It is located at a distance of 4 km from Pottuvil town. The journey from Arugam Bay to Panama Tank (Crocodile Point) is very easy. It takes about 20 minutes. Read More


Kalpitiya Beach
Kalpitiya Beach - Kalpitiya

Visitors to Kalpitiya beach have to travel about 35km from Puttalam. It is about a 3 hour drive from Katunayake Airport. According to the Mahavamsa, the Kalpitiya beach is located Read More




Wildlife Camping

Yala National Park

Yala National Park - Hambantota

Yala National Park is located in the southeastern part of Sri Lanka and is also known as Ruhuna National Park. It covers more than two provinces namely the Hambantota District of the Southern Province and the Moneragala District of the Uva province. Among the areas where the arid zone landscape of Sri Lanka can be enjoyed, dry thorns, cactus and plants are prominent among them. Read More

Wilpattu National Park
Wilpattu National Park - Anuradhapura

Wilpattu National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Sri Lanka, covers an area of 131,500 hectares. Wilpattu National Park stretches from the northwest coast towards the ancient capital of Anuradhapura. Spread across the border between the North-Western and North Central Provinces, Wilpattu is one of the oldest and most important protected areas in the country. Read More


Udawalawe National Park

Udawalawe National Park - Udawalawe

Udawalawe National Park is located on the border of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces. Udawalawe National Park is the sixth largest animal sanctuary in Sri Lanka. Udawalawe National Park is the best place to see wild and Asian elephants in Sri Lanka. Udawalawe National Park is the main water source in the Udawalawe Reservoir. Read More

Galaoya National Park
Galaoya National Park Nilgala (Makara Pivisuma ) - Ampara

The Nilgala Makara Pivisuma, which belongs to both the Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Department of Forest Conservation, is located on the border of the Galaoya National Park near the town of Uva and Ampara in the Eastern Province. The total land area is about 26,000 hectares. Read More


Minneriya National Park

Minneriya National Park - Habarana

The Minneriya National Park is located 15.8 km from the village of Minneriya, a small village 6 km east of the village of Habarana in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Polonnaruwa District. It is famous for its elephant corridor connecting Minneriya National Park, Kaudulla National Park, and Wasgamuwa National Park. Read More

Kaudulla National Park
Kaudulla National Park - Habarana

Kaudulla National Park is located in a land area of 6900 hectares in the Polonnaruwa District of the North Central Province. It is located 22 km north of the nearest city, Habarana. The elephant population in this reserve is over 200. Elephants can be seen in one of these parks at any time of the year. Read More




Waterfalls Camping

Maskeliya

Maskeliya

Maskeliya is a city in the Central Province, made up of three estates. It is a beautiful city with a very temperate climate rich in water, mountains, and waterfalls.This place is also known as the crash site of the Martinair Flight 138, the worst air disaster in Sri Lanka in 1974. This place is located on the way to visit Sri Padasthanaya (Adam's Peak ). Due to this, it has become a tourist attraction. Read More

Mandaramnuwara
Mandaramnuwara

Many people think of Mandaramnuwara as a city. But this village, which is 54 km away from Walapane road and 13 km away from Padiyapelella, is still unnoticed by many. Literally a day, the village is shrouded in darkness, and there are 14 beautiful waterfalls in the area. You can visit 6 main waterfalls in two days. Among them Kolapathana Falls and Kabaragala Falls have a special place. Read More


Aberdeen Falls

Aberdeen Falls

Aberdeen Falls is a 98 meter (322 ft) high waterfall in Kehelgamu Oya in Nuwara Eliya District. Kehelgamu Oya is a major tributary of the Kelani River. To reach the Aberdeen Falls from Ginigathhena, take the Ambatale Road to the end of the road to the Buddha Statue. This beautiful waterfall is located after a 1.2 km walk along the road. Read More

Pareiyan Ella Falls
Pareiyan Ella Falls

Pareiyan Ella Falls is created by the Manik River.It is located in the small village of "Atala" in the Badal Kubura area in the Monaragala District. About five 5Km from Badalkubura town on Buttala road, Come to Old Gamsaba Road. on the right side of the road, the sign leading to Pareiyan Ella Falls is waiting for you. The area may have been called Punsisigama. Read More


Upper Diyaluma

Upper Diyaluma

Diyaluma Falls, the second tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka, is about 220m high. And the tallest waterfall in the world is 361. This belongs to the Uva Province. The uppermost part of the waterfall, the highest waterfall, is about 30m high. Many say that the "Dhiya Haluma" later became the melting pot. It also involves the tragedy of a young king and a woman of a lower caste. Read More

Duwili Ella Waterfall
Duwili Ella Waterfall

Duwili Ella Waterfall or Walawe Ganga East Falls is a waterfall located in the village of Thanjatenna, about 4 km from Balangoda in the Ratnapura District of Sri Lanka. The height of the waterfall is about 40 meters. Duwili Ella Waterfall is located in the Rajawaka Reserve which covers an area of 5536.69 hectares at the border of Uva Province and Sabaragamuwa Province. Read More




Luxury Camping (Glamping)

Yala National Park

Yala National Park - Hambantota

Yala National Park is located in the southeastern part of Sri Lanka and is also known as Ruhuna National Park. It covers more than two provinces namely the Hambantota District of the Southern Province and the Moneragala District of the Uva province. Among the areas where the arid zone landscape of Sri Lanka can be enjoyed, dry thorns, cactus and plants are prominent among them. Read More

Wilpattu National Park
Wilpattu National Park - Anuradhapura

Wilpattu National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Sri Lanka, covers an area of 131,500 hectares. Wilpattu National Park stretches from the northwest coast towards the ancient capital of Anuradhapura. Spread across the border between the North-Western and North Central Provinces, Wilpattu is one of the oldest and most important protected areas in the country. Read More


Knuckles National Park (Knuckles Mountain Range)

Knuckles National Park (Knuckles Mountain Range)

Knuckles Forest Reserve is a natural forest reserve covering Kandy and Matale districts. Ecosystem free from human habitation is also the birthplace of many of Sri Lanka's major water sources. Many endemic plant and animal species are found here. Read More

Sinharaja Forest Reserve
Sinharaja Forest Reserve

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a national park covering an area of 11,250 hectares in the range of 300-1170 m high in the Rakwana Range in the southwestern part of the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka. It borders the Galle District. Read More


Lunugamvehera National Park

Lunugamvehera National Park

Lunugamvehera National Park is spread over an area of 24,000 hectares in the Lunugamvehera area in the Southern Province. Lunugamvera National Park has been established for the protection of elephants migrating from Yala to Udawalawe National Park. The climate of Lunugamvera National Park is rich in dry mixed forest biodiversity. It is home to wild elephants, buffaloes, spotted deer, mammals, reptiles and birds. Read More

Baththalangunduwa
Baththalangunduwa

Baththalangunduwa is a beautiful island covering an area of 150 hectares. From the Kalpitiya jetty you have to travel about 28 nautical miles to reach Baththalangunduwa Island. Innocent islanders, who make a living from fishing, live a different kind of life on this island. Baththalangunduwa Island is undoubtedly a perfect place to enjoy a cool evening breeze, a spectacular view of the setting sun, or a night of tents and the sweet sound of the waves crashing against the shore. Read More




Scenic Camping

Horton Plains National Park

Horton Plains National Park - Ohiya

Horton Plains National Park is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, covered by montane grasslands and cloud forests, located at an altitude of 2,100 m above sea level, covering an area of 3,169 hectares, giving it an astonishing elevation between the second and third highest mountain ranges in the mountains Read More

Knuckles National Park (Knuckles Mountain Range)

Knuckles National Park (Knuckles Mountain Range)

Knuckles Forest Reserve is a natural forest reserve covering Kandy and Matale districts. Ecosystem free from human habitation is also the birthplace of many of Sri Lanka's major water sources. Many endemic plant and animal species are found here. Read More





River Camping

Mahiyanganaya Sorabora Lake

Mahiyanganaya Sorabora Lake - Mahiyanganaya

Sorabora Wewa is a beautiful backdrop that can amaze nature lovers. This is another large reservoir located in the Mahiyanganaya District of Uva Province. Located about half an hour away from Mahiyanganaya town. This is also known as "Sea of Bintenna" , "Sorabora Wewa". It was built by a giant named "Bulatha". You will be amazed to see the endless 1,440 acres of water beneath the beautiful blue sky. Read More

Udawalawe National Park

Udawalawe National Park - Udawalawe

Udawalawe National Park is located on the border of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces. Udawalawe National Park is the sixth largest animal sanctuary in Sri Lanka. Udawalawe National Park is the best place to see wild and Asian elephants in Sri Lanka. Udawalawe National Park is the main water source in the Udawalawe Reservoir. Read More


Galaoya National Park
Galaoya National Park Nilgala (Makara Pivisuma ) - Ampara

The Nilgala Makara Pivisuma, which belongs to both the Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Department of Forest Conservation, is located on the border of the Galaoya National Park near the town of Uva and Ampara in the Eastern Province. The total land area is about 26,000 hectares. Read More

Kitulgala
Kitulgala

Kitulgala is a popular tourist paradise not only in Sri Lanka but also among foreigners. Kitulgala is located in Yatiyantota in the Sabaragamuwa District. The main reason why Kitulgala is so famous is that Kitulgala Belilena was inhabited by ancient human beings who have archaeological value. Read More


Belihuloya
Belihuloya

Belihuloya is a beautiful village located in the Ratnapura District of the Sabaragamuwa Province. It is located 150 km east of Colombo and 616M above sea level. It consists of dry and wet zones as well as mountainous and lowland areas at an altitude of less than 1500 m. Read More




Honeymoon Camping

Yala National Park

Yala National Park - Hambantota

Yala National Park is located in the southeastern part of Sri Lanka and is also known as Ruhuna National Park. It covers more than two provinces namely the Hambantota District of the Southern Province and the Moneragala District of the Uva province. Among the areas where the arid zone landscape of Sri Lanka can be enjoyed, dry thorns, cactus and plants are prominent among them. Read More




Forest Camping

Sinharaja Forest Reserve
Sinharaja Forest Reserve

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a national park covering an area of 11,250 hectares in the range of 300-1170 m high in the Rakwana Range in the southwestern part of the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka. It borders the Galle District. Read More




Birdwatching Camping

Kumana National Park
Kumana National Park - Panama

Kumana National Park is one of the most scenic national parks in Sri Lanka. It is also popular as a bird sanctuary and as being home to some of the largest mammals found in the bordering, Yala National Park - Sri Lanka. Which national forest is known as the Paradise of Birds. More than 430 endemic, resident and migratory birds can be seen in Sri Lanka, of which about 200 can be found in Kumana National Park. Read More




Village Camping

Suriyakanda
Suriyakanda - Ratnapura

There are plenty of beautiful secluded trails on this small island that attract the attention of tourists. This 16 km road from Rakwana to Suriyakanda is located on the eastern border of Sinharaja. It can be identified as an area with a very mild climate as well as a foggy environment surrounded by beautiful mountains. Read More

Meemure
Meemure - Kandy

Meemure is one of the most difficult and beautiful villages in Sri Lanka, located in the Dumbara Valley in the Kandy District. Hirigal Bark, Gombapathiya, Knuckles, Kobonilla Gala, Dotalu Gala, Kalu Pahana, Lake Gala, etc. are some of the mountains that provide protection to this Meemure. Despite being a difficult village, it is now very popular among tourists. Meemure Gammedda can be seen as a cozy place to spend your vacation away from the city life. Read More