Banyan Lodge is the heart and soul of Banyan Camp. It sleeps up to six people in two rooms and is a great space for friends.
Champagne Lodge and Wine Lodge both sleeps up to four on two floors. With ensuite bathrooms they are ideal for couples and families. As the names imply, liberal use of champagne and wine bottles are a feature in each lodge.
Mercedes Lodge is your dream on wheels. An old truck converted into a bedroom, this is as unique as a hotel room gets. It sleeps two and has an ensuite bathroom.
Wildlife watching is the obvious choice. Temples and historical sites also dot the vicinity while mountains, rivers, waterfalls, fields and plains come together to create a natural backdrop that is unspoiled and fascinating. Visitors can choose from a host of popular tourist activities or travel off the beaten path.
Elephant safari to neighbouring Udawalawe National Park, teeming with elephants and riots of mammals and birdlife, is always a winner.
A bit further out are Yala National Park or Lunugamvehera National Park, both with a high density of leopard among other abundant wildlife.
Canoeing in the Hambegamuwa Lake is highly recommended and comes with the promise of spectacular sunsets, elephant sightings, abundant birdlife and fishing.
Day trips with lunch and refreshments can be organised to secluded waterfalls and rivers.
Or you may choose to wake up late, eat when you like, read a book under a banyan tree and sleep more. Banyan Camp is that kind of place.