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Riverside Camping Udawalawa

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Riverside Camping Udawalawa

3 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 private bath
3 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 private bath

In here you can have a visit to the Udawalawa National Park. You can see lots of animal in there. not too far from here. Only 10km. Also you can go to Elephant orphanage in Udawalawa. In there you can see baby elephants feeding with milk. Our place is located in middle of a village so you can have a walk in here. there are two rivers around our property. You have to across the river by a tree bridge to enter here. All of our tents are located near to the River.

Amenities

Essentials
Laptop friendly workspace
Wifi
Free parking on premises

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed, 1 single bed

House Rules

No pets
Check-in time is 1PM - 6PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

Accessibility

Step-free access to the home’s entrance
Step-free access to the bedroom

Availability

2 Reviews

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Sebastian
March 2018
A good place to stay but the communication before was very slow. Observe that one tent (maximum three people) is 30 dollars each. Very ni…
Tomas & Iris User Profile
Tomas & Iris
February 2018
We had full board and the food was very good. The staff was very friendly, the dining area worked as a living room. It had sofas, fans and p…

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Sri LankaJoined in November 2017
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2 Reviews
Languages: English
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