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Kalundewa Retreat - Introduction
The Kalundewa Retreat, built on a 90 acre plot of land brings together a collection of ecologies which will thrill the discerning eco tourist or nature lover. Expansive emerald paddy fields and still tranquil lakes provide sanctuary to a myriad of local fauna and flora. Wake up every morning to a sweet chorus of birdsong and gaze at the distant setting sun as it paints the sky with a pallet of bright hues.
The retreat grows its own produce and guests are welcome to visit the fields and even aid in the harvesting of seasonal produce and sample them for breakfast lunch or dinner. The retreat focuses on local traditional cuisine; with the availability of western cuisine the retreat employs a local expert for the preparation of Sri Lanka’s sumptuous delicacies which can be sampled anywhere on the grounds, at the restaurant or at the chalet.
The retreat offers guests a single two storied chalet furnished with the finest of modern amenities; this fine accommodation provides guests with marvelous natural vistas of the lake and surrounding grounds.
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Situated in the Matale District which is in the Central Province of Sri Lanka, the region of Kandy is 72 Km South of Dambulla, the region is currently a vital exchange point for the islands produce. Major attractions of both historic and cultural significance include the best preserved cave temple complex of Sri Lanka. The region is also famous for being home to the largest vein of rose quartz in South Asia and the famed Iron Wood forests, also known as the Na Uyana Aranaya.
Dambulla is located 153 Km from the City of Colombo and 129 Km from the Katunayake International Airport.