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I love this place. it's not very crowded when we visited there and lonely beauty. you can go near it by a Tuk or a vehicle, about 5KM from the main road. and few 250m walking (most steps) it have historical value as well. what...More
Key points in the memory are the following
1. Scenic ride from Ginigathena for about 5km,with the clear views of western edge of mountain ranges [early morning is the ideal time ]
2. an enchanting walk[ 30 minutes] in the rubber plantation and the smiling...More
This is one of the most historical place in Sri Lanka. The per-historical man lived in those cave centuries ago. this is a good place to visit surrounded by lush nature several caves. Good place for bird lovers.
As far as landmarks go, the Belilena Caves, roughly about 8km from Kitulgala and about 3Km - maybe a but more - from Palestine Retreat, where we were stay, at first glance, doesn’t seem anything special. Hardly worth the trick up a steep set of...More
Easy to approach cave with a 30 minute trek through clear foot path up hill.Much to learn about ancient civilization and their life style.Amazing water fall to chill off at the top of cave.A mini village shop is available at the bottom before trekking uphill.Advised...More
bit of a hike from palmstone retreat. better ask the hotel to arrange transportation. once you finally get there its a nice place to visit once. (the view is definitely worth it) avoid bathing in the waterfall on top as could be dangerous.
A rich assemblage of cultural, faunas and human remains were excavated. These included geometric microlithic stone tools which, at 30,000 years old, are among the earliest in the world; and bone tools and evidence of the use of fire from 30,000 years ago onwards.