A UNESCO world heritage-site, and home to the famous rock temple which provided shelter to King Walagamba during his exile of 14 years, Dambulla Sri Lanka lies at one of the strategic points in the cultural triangle. The cave boasts a wide range of frescoes which yet retain colour and vitality as a testament to the quality of the works of art belonging to a period of many centuries ago. The larger cave containing many statues, demonstrate the influences of Mahayana on Buddhism at such time in Dambulla Sri Lanka.
Dambulla is also home to the less known Iron Wood Forest and the Rose Quartz Mountain Range, giving you an experience of the blessed endowment of mother-nature upon this historic city of Sri Lanka.
Dambulla weather remains dry for most of the year and January to May have a nice average temperature.
The people in this village are extremely friendly and hospitable. They are sure to welcome you in true Sri Lankan style.Submit Inquiry