An exquisite ecofriendly hide-out set in a mountain top tea state. Colonial themed bungalow has been build as a British architecture with panoramic views of mountain ranges. Bungalow has been recently-refurbished to welcome nature lovers. Bungalow is situated on its own working tea plantation, surrounded by a well-kept garden, with a variety of flowers, birds and butterflies.
What You Can Do
Mountain Bike Riding
Riding mountain bikes over the hilly roads through tea plantations in the cool and pure environment gives you the maximum satisfaction.
Overlooking the mountains range, location of the swimming pool at Illukthanna brings you closer to nature feel.
Tea Plucking Experience
Guests may take a leisurely walk to the tea states in the property anytime and experience the tea harvesting. Even if you wish to pluck few you are welcome to do so.
Kahanawita Ella Falls
Although we have a swimming pool if you love to be on a natural pool this is the place for you. Government maintained this pool is a must visit place around dehiowitta.
Kitulgala is one of the wettest places in Sri Lanka. The Academy Award-winning The Bridge on the River Kwai was filmed on the Kelani River near Kitulgala, although nothing remains now except the concrete foundations for the bridge (and, supposedly, the submerged train cars that plunged into the river in the climactic scene). Kitulgala is also a base for white-water rafting, which starts a few kilometres upstream and also popular as a location for adventure based training programs.
It is said this town has the highest rainfall in Sri Lanka. Surrounded with eye pleasing environment town is popular among the Adam’s peak hikers.
This 100 meter high Eli Hatha waterfall is in fact collection of 7 waterfalls on the Naya River on the Sri Pada Nature Reservation. Each fall is identified by a number starting at the bottom. Even though not very popular among the average traveler, this is popular location for ardent hikers.
Nakkavita Suspension Bridge
This is one of the few of suspension bridges remaining in Sri Lanka. The length is about 100m and hung across Sithawaka Ganga.