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Full-Day Tour to Sigiriya and Dambulla from Colombo
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Sigiriya Full-Day Tour from Colombo with Pick Up

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phoenixoncemore wrote a review Aug. 2020
63 contributions53 helpful votes
I really enjoyed seeing the Dambulla Cave temple while touring Sri Lanka. It is a very hot and steep walk up in the sun, make sure to take water and some socks as once you reach the top you will have to remove your shoes before you enter the temple and the stone gets very hot in the sun. The views and the breeze add to the atmosphere. This place gets busy and the caves themselves don't have much room so plan to go early or late to avoid the crowds. The paintings and statues are so impressive, this was one of my favourite places we saw in Sri Lanka.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Pavel from 2HungryWanderers.com wrote a review Aug. 2020
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia73 contributions8 helpful votes
From the car park, there is a 10-minute walk upstairs, it is steep but mostly in the shade. The caves are next to each other and the total time you need for this place is about 1 hour. The cave temples are well preserved and very richly decorated -statues, wall and ceiling paintings with vivid colours and nice details. Absolutely worth visiting. After looking at other drip-ledge caves this brings the whole idea to a new level. Some caves are lit up by nice yellow lights, which are properly positioned and I assume to give some resemblance to the candles once used in those temples. Others, unfortunately, are blasted in all directions by bright white hospital-like lights. On our way out we decided to revisit some caves, but the power was down, so if you are unlucky to visit during a power outage you won't be able to fully enjoy this site. Entrance fee: 1500 LKR Guide: sign says 750, the one who tried to trick us into guiding us offered his services at 500 before us declining his offers, unfortunately, I couldn't understand him well. Some unpleasant things: - We encountered a very rude staff member at the entrance. - Scaffolding has been left inside some of the caves, despite no signs of any work going on. Ruins the atmosphere and some photos. - No information at the site at all, hire a guide or read online.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Niranjan P wrote a review Jul. 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates31 contributions5 helpful votes
Most Peace full Visit to the temple , My visit to the temple after more than 20 years and this time with wife and 2 kids.This was the first time to clime the steps all along.. we were accompanied by the monkeys and the Guide explain all the 4 caves for 750 Rs in English. What an amazing experience!!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sajani A wrote a review Jul. 2020
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A must visit great heritage site. A temple complex carved under a cave with murals on the roof of the cave and ancient Buddha statues
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Date of experience: July 2020
Vicstix wrote a review Apr. 2020
Newcastle, Australia110 contributions18 helpful votes
Dambulla Cave Temple is made up of 5 smaller caves with different statues in each of them. The ticket office is no longer at the Golden Buddha but at the beginning of the steps around the back. You are best to get your ticket then walk up the back steps, then when you are finished walk down to the Golden Buddha. You must have your shoulders and knees covered and take your shoes off. They have shoe minding for a fee.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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