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Gal Oya National Park
Remote, untouched wilderness with some fantastic scenery to explore. Here you can expect to see few other tourists as you go boating on the lake, walk through remote villages, and try to spot Elephants swimming between the islands. There's one place to stay here, Gal Oya Lodge, best included between the hills and South coast.
A Unesco World Heritage Site, this beautiful colonial town is a lovely stop for anyone visiting Sri Lanka's South Coast. Walk the ramparts at sunset, shop in one of the many boutiques, and enjoy a cocktail in one of the stylish bars and restaurants. There are some lovely boutique hotels to enjoy and plenty of activities to keep you busy for a few nights.
Although there are some good beaches and great hotels in the area, Negombo is often used as an entry or exit point due to its proximity to the airport. It's also a good option if you prefer to have a more leisurely start or end to your itinerary.
North West Sri Lanka
A remote area of jungle, wildlife, and unique properties - North West Sri Lanka is perfect for getting off the beaten track. Our favorite hotel here is the eco property The Mud House, a brilliant place to escape everyday life and get off the grid. We recommend two or three nights to really settle into the area.
Wilpattu National Park
This wild, sprawling national park on the West Coast is the perfect place to escape the crowds and have Sri Lanka's wildlife all to yourself. With less promise of spotting the elusive leopard, it's a great option for wildlife lovers who enjoy the overall wildlife experience. There are several camps to choose from and two nights is usually perfect.