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Rubber tapping is the process by which the latex is collected from a rubber tree. An incision is made in the tree’s bark, which cuts through the latex vessels, from which the product then flows.

  • 2km Walk
  • Can seen around 6 A.M
  • Get Experienced in Rubber Tapping
  • Collect Rubber Seeds

  • Try to Peel Cinnamon
  • 5Km away


Cinnamon peeling is a specialized task. The process begins with peelers cutting the bulk of tender shoots from the cinnamon plantations. The first step is to remove the outer tissue of the stem to separate it from the inner stem by scraping it with an oval shaped small knife. Next, the peelers are seen rubbing a brass rod on the bark. This activity continues for some time until the bark is loosened from the hard wood.


This Balum Gala was focal point during the Seethawaka Kingdom. This was used as the lookout point in the event when there were threats to the kingdom. Even now the guest to our sanctuary can walk up to the top of Balum Gala and observe the development activities and the high rises within the city of Colombo and its surrounding. Guest can also observe the venerated mountain Adam Peak/Siripada on a clear day

  • 2km Walk
  • See Beautiful Surroundings
  • Listen to Birds
  • 6Km Away
  • Practise some Handicrafts
  • Made your own pot
  • See how they made


Pottery is one of the oldest handicrafts in Sri Lanka. The primarily useful character of Sri Lankan pottery has been continuing to exist since the very beginning of Sinhala civilization. The simplicity of ornamentation and charm of the elegance of pottery have held fast in the Island since pre-history. Pots are made of clay. Pottery is a living craft that relates very much to the life of Sri Lanka.


This is a form of traditional martial art from Sri Lanka that combines combat techniques, self-defense, sport, exercise and meditation. A key component of Angampora is the namesake angam, which incorporates hand-to-hand fighting, and illangam, involving the use of indigenous weapons such as the ethunu kaduwa, staves, knives and swords. It’s believed that this form of martial arts originated from this area and now we observe a revival of same after many many years.

  • 4km Walk
  • See the Oldest Sport in Sri Lanka
  • Practice Sessions
  • Feel the art of Angampora
  • 8Km Travel
  • See oldest caves
  • Natural Caves
  • ‘Kataram’ views
  • Worship oldest Rajamaha Viharaya in Colombo
  • Rock Climbing


Korathota, a little known village in the Kaduwela Divisional Secretariat, can boast of having the two oldest cave inscriptions discovered in the Colombo District. These historic cave inscriptions dating back 2000 years are seen at the Korathota Rajamaha Viharay. The focal points of the Korathota Rajamaha Viharaya are the historic cave inscriptions and the six caves, which show signs of having been the dwelling place of monks in early times. Five naturally formed caves, can be seen high up on the rock that bounds the temple premises. A long flight of steps, recently built, leads up to the caves. All these caves have the ‘kataram’ carving, which is a groove or channel cut along the top of the overhanging rock, to prevent water dripping into the caves.


Nawagamuwa Devale is important as a historic place of worship. Legend has it that the origin of this Pattini devale close to the Kelani river goes back to the early Anuradhapura period.According to a popular legend, when King Gajaba 1 (A.D. 114 – 136) came from India with 12,000 men as prisoners, bringing with him a Pattini anklet, he alighted at the landing place close to the devale. It is said that he built a devale, enshrined the anklet and held poojas here. This temple is a shrine dedicated to Goddess Pattini. Buddhists as well as non-Buddhists offer poojas to the deity with the intention of getting blessings for children and pregnant mothers.

  • 2km Walk
  • Worship Greatest Place
  • Do Poojas
  • Oldest Dewalaya