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" I am Dinesh Kumara and am from Kandy - the hill capital of Sri Lanka. I am possessing over 5 years experience in Tourist Trade as a tour operator, tour guide. I have dealt with Tourists of number countries. I invite your attention and my due attention could be shared with clients most honestly, respectfully and obediently to those who seek peace full happiness during stay in Sri Lanka. I am always prepared to share my experience in tourist Trade. Hi….. Come , share the tranquil beauty with hospitable citizens in Sri Lanka."
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Gammanaya Resort is surrounded by number of natural pools, tea estates, and mini jungle settings. In addition there are some waterfalls, tea factories are within few minutes away. Nature trekking and Hiking with Bird watching is the most interesting activities when you are in Gammanaya Resort. The surrounding of the resort also provides these opportunities. The Natural Pool – The surrounded tea estate which is a properly of the resort is having a natural pool where you can enjoy your holiday before going anywhere else. You can enjoy a fish therapy by 2 km drive from Gammanaya Resort.

Other places you can visit during your stay at Gammanaya Resort

Visit Patna Burusgala – 6 km

Located in the Patna Estate of Deniyaya, Burusgala is an amazing place where one can safely slide along the rocky surface of water. This place is a popular day outing locations which is attracted by hundreds of travelers a day. The journey to Burusgala also an interesting nature tour .






See the video


Visit Gatabaruwa Temple

Gatabaru Raja Maha Viharaya (Getabaru Raja Maha Viharaya) is on a mountain top on the Akuressa – Deniyaya Road (A17) between Morawaka and Deniyaya. Until recently this temple has been rather neglected due to the rough terrain of the location. But now a good tar road has been built from the bottom of the mountain to the temple. The climb is strenuous even for a vehicle. From the park you have to do some climbing to reach the cave image house (temple) and devale and more climbing to reach the stupa. on the route to the Cave Temple is a golden casket made to the shape of a stupa displayed in a glass room.


Visit Samangala Temple

Samangala Temple on top of Viharahena rock is nice view point of Deniyaya


Explore Sinharaja rain forest

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a national park and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. It is of international significance and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Sinharaja is the country's last viable area of primary tropical rainforest and it considered as a USESCO world heritage site. More than 60% of the trees are endemic and many of them are considered rare. There is much endemic wildlife, especially birds, but the reserve is also home to over 50% of Sri Lanka's endemic species of mammals and butterflies, as well as many kinds of insects, reptiles and rare amphibians.

There are 2 entrances near Deniyaya – which is Pitadeniya : one hour from Gammanaya Resort and the new entrance Kurulugala is much closer


Visit Hathmale Ella

The source of the fall is the Deniyaya Gongala mountain range and the stream flows on to the Ginganga River at Pallegama. Hathmale Falls (45m high and 10m wide) is the tallest fall in the Ginganga River and is split into seven segments (‘hathmala’). It is popular with both local and foreign visitors though sadly its popularity has had a negative effect on the environment, with plastic and polythene litter being left at the site.

Excursions from Gammanaya Resort
  1. Udawalawa National Park – one and half hours drive

  2. Yala National Park – 3 hours trip

  3. Weligama beach – 2 hours

A video on Deniyaya