Want to experience the cool waters without leaving the hotel? Right beside Moksha runs the rivulet Liyan Oya, with natural pools at every corner. Immerse yourself in the water while listening to the relaxing songs of the birds.
Kitulgala is home to the second largest rainforest in Sri Lanka. Follow a quiet trail through lush rainforest teeming with wildlife. You will start your trek crossing the river by boat before reaching the forest.
Savour the majestic falls and otherworldly atmosphere in peace. Immerse in natural therapy - practice breathing to connect with the negative ions produced by the thundering cascades and surrounding subtropical forest.
Belilena is a cave, located 8.8 km (5.5 mi) from Moksha. It occupies a very special place in the cultural heritage of Sri Lanka. Evidence of prehistoric human presence as early as 32,000 years ago was recorded at the site. The 16,000-year-old skeletal remains of the Homo Sapiens Balangodensis or the Balangoda Man had been found here.
Sri Lanka, or Ceylon, as it was known when it was a British colony, is one of the largest tea producers in the world. You’ll find rolling hills clad with row upon row of luscious, green tea plants. It’s often shrouded in a fine mist, and is the perfect escape from the heat of Sri Lanka’s wonderful beaches.
Sri Lankans are known for their hospitality. Experience the livelihoods of the villagers.
Enjoy a day of learning about the lifestyles of Sri Lanka's rural families.