Pelwehera Village Resort

Address: Bulagala Junction, Dambulla, 50000, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bulagala Junction, Dambulla.
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    Travel Blogs from Dambulla

    On the way to Kandy

    A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Apr 05, 2015

    42 photos

    ... under the mountain, modern temple built by Japan with a huge Buddha statue. Then we climbed many stairs to reach the cave entrance. Unluckily it was a bit dark inside, but still we could see (and take photos) dozens of Buddha statues inside the caves.

    After Dambulla, our guide took us to a very old temple by a lake, small temple, ...

    From One Tea- and Curry-Soaked Nation to Another

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Feb 26, 2015

    3 photos

    ... br> We were up before 6am this morning (did I mention the fan broke in the night? And that it's about 90F here???), and bailed as quickly as possible. We caught a local bus heading 5 hours north to Dambulla, near Sri Lanka's Cultural Triangle, a cluster of ancient ruins. Now, I know what you're thinking; 5 hours on a local bus n South Asia sounds like torture. Well, you're not wrong, but it wasn't that bad. For one, half the ride was ...

    The cultural triangle

    A travel blog entry by caraemma on Nov 19, 2014

    15 photos

    ... after the destruction of its first capital in 993. We had been told that the best way to explore this ancient kingdom was by hiring bicycles, and although it was pouring it down with rain, we decided to go for it! So with our rain macs on and our hoods pulled tightly over our heads, we set off in the rain to explore. The city reminded us of something out of a Tomb raider film set, with the undergrowth slowly engulfing the ruins. And despite getting soaked, we had a fantastic ...

    Life in the jungle - day one.

    A travel blog entry by neeto on Nov 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... it was all systems go for the team, they introduced themselves to me and showed me to my room as a few of them rushed off to complete some work.
    ravi, who is the founder and president of the organisation stayed at the field house with me getting himself organised to join them so once he was ready he said i was welcomed to go with him and explained that day was a little unusual in that they had a lady who was originally from Sri Lanka but was now ...

    Jungle storms, cave temples, and a bloody big rock

    A travel blog entry by laurastoker on Oct 14, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... and there was no light pollution affecting our view, but the flashes of lightening seemed so bright that they turned the sea of jungle into a dramatic silhouette, and the frequent cracks of thunder and hammering heavy raindrops seemed almost deafening.

    All the power had cut out due to the storm, so one of the guys who works for Lalith (yes, I think he's minted) appeared as an unknown figure at the window, holding a lantern and umbrellas for us - ...