Day Trips, Tours and Excursions from The Mud House, Anamaduwa

Located in the intermediate dry zone forests in Anamaduwa and bordering a rural local village, the Mudhouse transports guests to a rustic and charming locale where you can enjoy the serenity of the environment, the wildlife and surrounding natural habitat. The Mudhouse which is a private retreat is perfect for families, groups of friends and even couples who are looking for a good break away from the modern day life style. From local clay pot cooked meals to accommodation huts that are perfectly charming and comfortable, the property boasts of a tranquil setting. The vast expanse of the land enables you to explore the area with ease and savour the rural ambience.


The Mudhouse is located in a forest area on the fringes of a small village in Anamaduwa which is found in the North Western part of Sri Lanka. The property which is a private retreat is located in a remote area of the island making it the perfect destination to explore and enjoy. The distance from Colombo to Anamaduwa is about 110km while you can travel to Puttalam and then head to the retreat or take a turn from Chilaw and drive to your destination. The distance from the Bandaranaike International Airport is approximately 80km. The Mudhouse locale is ideal for travellers who are looking for a vacation filled with nature and wildlife.


A wide variety of activities can be arranged and enjoyed while holidaying at the Mudhouse in Anamaduwa. Kayaking on the lake, bird watching, cycling, nature trails and lake picnics are some of the activities that you can enjoy. Wild life enthusiasts can enjoy a memorable safari to the Wilpattu National Park while you can also explore the Anawilundawa Sanctuary which is a protected wetland with lake, lagoon and seawater combinations. Between November - April, you can enjoy whale and dolphin watching tours off the coast of Kalpitiya. Excursions can also be made to Yapahuwa which was one of Sri Lanka's ancient capitals and now contains stunning ruins and also the mysterious rock carvings of the nearby Tonigala.