Kurunegala, Sri Lanka

Travel Blogs from Kurunegala

Kurunegala Travel Blogs (10)
In search of elephants, Uda Walawe, Sri Lanka travel blog

In search of elephants

A travel blog entry by timreis


... and quality.  But it wasn't all bad because 50 dollars really isn't that much, and it was a nice hotel, although, like everywhere in Sri Lanka, very quiet, and it was right on the edge of a lovely lake, and had a pool.  And in the evening we had ...

Rambukkana, Rambukkana, Sri Lanka travel blog


A travel blog entry by mies



Night-time pilgrimage, Adam

Night-time pilgrimage

A travel blog entry by timreis


... Peak, or Sri Pada, as it is known in Sinhalese, is a highish mountain (over 2,000 m) around the middle of Sri LankaSri Pada apparently means Buddha's footprint, and the mountain has this name because there is allegedly a depression at the ...

A lot of elephant, Kurunegala, Sri Lanka travel blog

A lot of elephant

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


... Here, they are only making tea on a small scale, using very old machinery - with most of it coming from England in the 1940s. Sri Lanka is the largest tea exporter. The lady showed us the three types they grow here - green tea, white tea and golden tea. ...

Attractions in Kurunegala

Kurunegala Attractions (1)
The Millennium Elephant Foundation

The Millennium Elephant Foundation


Randeniya, Hiriwadunna, Kegalle Kurunegala, Sri Lanka