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Dambulla Rock Cave Temple ( 21 KM / 2.5 to 3 hours )
The Dambulla Cave Temple is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site and is also the largest and best preserved cave temple in the central part of Sri Lanka near Sigiriya in the Matale district. Major attractions spread over 5 caves, which contain statues and paintings related to Lord Buddha and his life. This Rock cave temple dates back to the 1st century B.C. and contains precious paintings and innumerable Buddha sculptures.
Minneriya national Park ( 18 km / 2.5 to 3 hours )
Rated the 6th greatest Animal Spectacle by Lonely Planet, the Minneriya National Park booms with over 300 elephants as they make their way to an annual gathering, every year, late in July. If that weren’t enough, the park is also home to the Purple-faced Leaf Monkey, the Toque Macaque, Sambar Deer and a myriad of bird, butterfly and reptile species.
pidurangala rock ( 15 km / 2 to 3 hours )
Pidurangala Rock it’s almost the same altitude as Sigiriya, Pidurangala’s summit couldn’t be further away in feeling. An expansive, flat field of rock, completely bare of anything save a small patch of cacti and trees in the center. No ruins, and no people. We had an amazing view of nearby Sigiriya, which looked even more impressive from this height.
Ritigala mountain Sri Lanka ( 18 KM / 2.5 to 3 hours )
Ritigala can be reached from the turn-off from Habarana- Anuradhapura Road at a distance of 12km from Habarana. Another 5 km along a graveled yet motorable road leads to the foot of the mountain.Ritigala Mountain at a height of 766 m above the sea-level is the highest mountain in the north-central dry plains of Sri Lanka.
SIGIRIYA ROCK FORTRESS ( 19 KM / 2.5 to 3 hours )
Sigiriya is a world heritage site and should be in the list of must-see places in Sri Lanka. It is a rock fortress that was the royal palace of King Kasyapa who ruled in 477 CE. Kasyapa built his royal home on the top of the rock where he installed bathing pools, ponds and royal quarters. The rock is over 600 feet high and the only way to reach to the top is by climbing narrow stone steps, about 700 of them.
Kawdulla National Park ( 40 km / 2.5 to 3 hours )
The park Kawudulla National Park is centered on the ancient Kaudulla tank/reservoir and is homed to approximately 250 elephants including herds of juvenile males, leopards, fishing cat, sloth bear , Sambar deer and the endangered Rusty spotted cats.
Hurulu Eco Park ( 9 km / 2.5 to 3 hours )
Between the months of January and April, this Eco Park consists of four main waterways that connect to the Hurulu Weva - the main source of water, sustaining the park’s wildlife. A mere 5km away from the resort, the Hurulu Eco Park is ideal for those who want a low-key safari experience.