Thissa & kataragama


The safari


Chic, modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, safes, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. All have rainfall showers, and balconies with lake views. Room service is available

Kalu’s hideway


Nestled along a 5 acres of beautifully manicured garden surrounded by shrubs and forest, neighboring the breath taking Udawalawa Reservoir Kalu’s Hideaway Hotel offers much-needed accommodation for visitors to Uda Walawa National Park

grand udawalawe safari resort


It is very conveniently located with easy access to places such as the Mahinda Rajapaksa Cricket Stadium, the Ruhunu Magampura Mahinda Rajapaksa Port and the Mattala Mahinda Rajapaksa International Airport.
One of the most significant feature of the Grand Udawalawe Safari Resort is its’ picturesque swimming pool.

Cadjan wild


Experience the island’s most spectacular wilderness. The Yala National Park’s 1000 km2 transports you to a world of elephants, bears, leopards, lizards and monkeys. Our property occupies 3 acres on the very border of the park

Priyankara


Surrounded by vast paddy fields and a plethora of natural beauty, the Kithala Resort is a true piece of haven as one explores the magnificence of Southern Sri Lanka.

Master campers


Set in a sugar cane field at the age of the lake, Master Campers is in Udawalawe, a short distance from Udawalawe National Park. Free private parking is available on site.

Hibiscus garden


Directly in the middle of beautiful tropical surroundings, far away from the tourist masses, the Hibiscus Garden Hotel offers a perfect starting point for exciting excursions in the nearby nature reserves, for safaris in the Yala National Park and the tropical rain forests, bird watching in the protected bird lands, or perhaps a chance to relax on the hotel´s own beach for regenerating the body and soul.

Leopard trails


During the grand era of the British dominion, Ceylon was one of the world’s most sought after locations for truly exotic expeditions. The 1800’s witnessed the arrival of British adventurers such as Samuel L. Baker, and with them, hunting and exploration safaris replete with a small army of butlers, cooks, and trackers.