Big Game Camps and Lodges

Big Game Safaris are in creating unique wild experiences for each of its guests in Sri Lanka. Creating awareness of the need to preserve the island’s spectacular wildlife is of vital importance, to ensure that future generations will be able to witness Sri Lanka’s treasures.

Grand Udawalawe

Udawalawe in southeast of Sri Lanka borders the wet and dry zones, providing diversity of flora and fauna and plenty of wildlife attractions in the form of Udawalawe National Park. The area also has a fascinating history and culture for the discerning traveler.

Gal Oya Lodge

Gal Oya Lodge is set in 20 acres of a private forest, against the backdrop of low lying mountains, in the vicinity of the forgotten Gal Oya National Park. It also borders the country’s largest lake, opportunity of seeing wildlife from boat safaris.

Colombo Courtyard

Colombo Courtyard is an artistically designed urban hideaway in Colombo City. This eco-friendly hotel is certified as a ‘Carbon Neutral Hotel’ and was voted the ‘Luxury Green Hotel – Indian Ocean 2014.’ It is a great stopping point on your way to the south.

Boulder Gardens

Boulder Gardens is situated close to the Sinharaja Rain Forest and is set against a lofty mountain in an unspoilt surrounding. This all suite boutique hotel is cosily nestled amongst exotic tropical surroundings and tea estates in the south-western lowland of the country.

Bar Reef

In the north-western Sri Lanka is the beautiful peninsula of Kalpitiya, where dolphins and whales roam in its waters and a stunning reef provides the best snorkeling experience. The eco-friendly Bar Reef sits on one of the most scenic locations in Kalpitiya.

Cinnamon Wild

Sitting on the border of the Yala National Park, Cinnamon Wild gives you the experience of life in wilderness. You can wake up to the sounds of the jungle animals and always be on the lookout for cheeky lemurs and elusive leopards.

Cinnamon Lodge

Cinnamon Lodge in Habarana in the north central of Sri Lanka is located at the heart of the Cultural Triangle in Sri Lanka. It is nestled in a land of wilderness defined by 200 trees, 138 species of exotic birds and 2 primates.

Aliya Resort and Spa

Against the backdrop of the Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Aliya Resort is nestled among the lush greenery of rolling fields of the dry zone of the Central Province. This beautiful resort has a distinct feel of living in a quintessential Sri Lankan village.

Amaya Lake

Amaya Lake is set on the tranquil banks of the magnificent Kandalama Lake in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka., close to the ancient heritage cities. it is designed as an eco-friendly hotel, surrounded by lush tropical gardens against a dramatic backdrop.