Ploughing the Paddy Fields
Peacock in the garden
The 10th century Buduruwagala complex consists of seven statues and belongs to the Mahayana school of thought.
Diyaluma Falls is 220m high and is the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka.
A hare in the garden
A typical walk in the jungle takes you through streams and rivers.
An ancient toilet in Galabedda.
The “Magul Poruwa” of King Kavantissa and Queen Vihara Maha Devi in Magul Maha Vihare.
View of Don Diogu Villa driveway and the surrounding parkland and paddy fields from Millennium Point.
The unique moonstone found in Magul Maha Vihare.
Relaxing and comfortable.
Rock Squirrel eating Papaya in the garden of Don Diogu Villa.
Star Tortoise found in the garden.
An elephant by the fence of the Uda Walawe National Park.
Yudaganawa Tank is one of many in the land of a thousand lakes.
Ella Wala Waterfall
Deer in Bundala Sanctuary
Wild Elephants in the garden
Sunset at Chandrika Wewa in Uda Walawe
Wading in the Kirindi Oya
Paintings inside the Yudaganawa Chaitya
The gathering point for a chit-chat.
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Thank you for your quick smiles, warm words and loving hospitality! We have felt like honoured guests since we arrived. God Bless You.
- Richard and Elaine Matchett
We have had a truly memorable holiday. Above all, we enjoyed the manner in which we were made to feel completely “at home.” The great meals, interesting conversation and the awesome “family” feeling added up to create an absolutely perfect, relaxing holiday. We will definitely come back – Thank you so much.
- Shahani, Sanjiva, Rukmal, Sashi and Rukshi Weerawarana