About Ahas Gawwa
Ahas Gawwa is a unique adventure destination with luxury accommodation and having facilities for camping including extreme camping. The elevation is 366 m from mean sea level which facilitates to get a panoramic view of sea line approximately from Wadduwa to Colombo. It also has a view of the mountains similar to the famous Ella gap. Guests shall experience the adventure activities like Paintball, Hiking, Bird Watching, Trekking, Bush Walking, and Survival and so on.
An Asian breakfast is served daily at the property. There are three types of rooms/tenting available in the property. All units have a sitting area. Towels and bed linen are provided. Guests can enjoy with an authentic Sri Lankan meal and packed lunches available upon request.
Visiting one of the Colonial tea factories, “Seethawaka” wet zone botanical garden, “Kumari Ella” Waterfall, “Kodi Kanda” the highest mountain in the Western Province, Village trip shall be arranged on request as value added facilities for the Guests. Ahas Gawwa is located 11.5 km off Padukka and anyone can reach to Colombo within 2 hours from the property. The nearest airport is Bandaranaike International Airport and it is 72.3 km from Ahas Gawwa.
Play action packed Paintball game at Ahas Gawwa with the leading Paintball facilitator in Sri Lanka; ONE FOUR BASE. They offer wide range of Paintball packages.
Ahas Gawwa is a real paradise for jungle trekkers, offering numerous trekking trips that journey across clear water streams, dense forests, small waterfalls and tea plantations.
Toddy (Raa) is one of the most popular local alcoholic drinks in Sri Lanka, made by fermenting the sap of the Kithul flower. You can taste some local toddy for a different experience.
Bird watching is a peaceful, educational and interesting experience. Ahas Gawwa is an ideal place to catch sight of colorful birds that are endemic to Sri Lanka.
Sitawaka Botanical Garden is located in Avissawella, Sri Lanka which mainly serves as a research area and a conservation area for threatened and vulnerable endemic plant species in the Sinharaja Rain Forest region.
Leisure World Water Park is the first of its kind in Sri Lanka boasts of a rich Bio diversified surrounding in a serene atmosphere giving the visitors a once in a life time experience of novel water and amusement activities.
National Telecommunication Museum displays SLT’s valuable collection of communications items and takes its visitors on a transformative journey of Sri Lanka’s telecommunications industry.
Kumari Ella is located in Puwakpitiya, Avissawella; just 45 minutes drive from Ahas Gawwa. This little cascade has a deep plunge pool at its base that is extremely dangerous to swim. Kumari Ella gains its name from “Kumari”, the daughter of King Rajasinghe 1 of Sitawaka, who died by drowning there.