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The Rainforest Ecolodge
Why we like it
- A Rainforest Eco Lodge
- Created from former shipping containers
- Spectacular views over the forest canopy
- Nature interpreters will take you on guided walks to share the forest with you.
The nocturnal walks are an incredible experience where you can listen to the sounds of the night.
The accommodation was first class in all the places we stayed from the Eco Lodges at Vil Uyana and the 98 Acres Resort to the colonial ambience of Kandy House and the Galle Fort Hotel and finally the unique Paradise Road Villa. In all locations the service was superb and the food excellent.
- AM, Hampshire
Rainforest Eco Lodge is made of 16 comfortable chalets, cleverly designed from two and a half recycled shipping containers. The design is simple and effective, with bamboo paneling and large windows looking out onto the forest canopy and tea estate. Dining is a celebration of Sri Lankan cuisine created by a team of expert chefs with merging organically grown fresh local ingredients.
The Sinharaja Forest offers you the perfect place to get back to nature. There are a number of nature trails to enjoy through the Tea Estate and forest discover different species of colourful butterflies and beautiful waterfalls. For the more adventurous take a full day trek can be arranged to experience the tranquil wilderness of this immense rain forest.
Best time to be there
During our winter months, when the humidity is lower and the temperature more comfortable for sightseeing and exploration. However, the monsoon season of May to September should not be discounted for travel as the whole of Sri Lanka is bursting into lush greenery due to the rainfall showing you a side of this island not everyone sees.
Colombo (Sri Lankan Airlines daily)
10 hours non-stop
GMT +6 hours
Required for British Nationals from 1st January 2012.
Yellow fever if arriving from endemic area
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Suggested itineraries in Sri Lanka
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Nights: 2 | from £410pp
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Nights: 13 | from £2,475pp
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Nights: 2 | from £420pp
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Nights: 2 | from £695pp
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