BOULDER GARDEN is set against the lofty mountain in the tranquil, healthier jungle demarcating the Tea and Paddy terraces at Kalawana in Sri Lanka’s South West region. It is an all suite boutique hotel, which allows you to indulge in nature mingling with the luxuries. Nature related activities such as Trekking, Bird watching, Cave tours, Kayaking Trips, Sinharaja Rain Forest visit, Abseiling and Mountain Biking could be done at your discretion in and around the place experiencing the ….
”TRUE FEELING OF NATURE”.
Yet Boulder Garden is no monastic experience. Immaculately comfortable rooms, a spectacular menu presented each day in the open-air restaurant tucked beneath a huge, lowering boulder, the delightfully titled Cave bar and spring-water swimming pool nestled beneath the trees, are some of the quaint features of this wondrously charming hotel located in quiet and luxurious surroundings.
10 suites arranged in 4 rising tiers, linked by winding stone steps and deep corridors give a medieval ambience of rock walls, grilled windows massive timber beams and mirror-polished cement floors.
The 10 suites, consisting 2 natural caves and a 1 split level Family room and other 7 suites with twin bedded and double bedded suites have private Balconies and terraces from which the magnificent evergreen patch can be viewed. Guests to Boulder Garden can indulge in a range of food and beverage services with their open-air restaurant and natural caved bar offering international and typical Sri Lankan cuisine. Boulder Garden Also features facilities for conventions and meeting.
Bird Watching. Mountain Biking, Cave Tours, Sinharaja Forest Excursions, Kavaking Trips, Abseiling.
“Boulder Garden, Kalawana” is located in idyllic and unspoiled surrounding on South Western lowland of Sri Lanka. 160 Km from Colombo International Air Port and only 2 Km from Kalawana, 15 Km from Boulder Garden to Sinharaja. The Virgin rain forest. Sinharaja is known for its last viable area of “Primary Tropical Rainforest” of the Country. 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 50% of the endemic species of mammals and butterflies, as well as many kinds of insects, reptiles and rare amphibians.