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Villa Mandalay 
Nature's beauty at its best

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Enjoy the spectacular views from this immaculate, unique villa. Set upon a terraced hill with private manicured gardens. 
If you are looking for a truly relaxing holiday away from the crowds then this is the perfect place for you. 
Our private house staff take care of the daily housekeeping and our exceptional experienced chef will prepare Sri Lankan or Western dishes.(cost of food not included)
Each air conditioned bedroom is en-suite all with a different stunning aspect.

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Our Rooms

19 bathroom
6 bedroom
9 twin room
5 bedroom

Each of the 3 bedrooms are decorated to a high standard with quality linens and have their own bathroom. 

All bedrooms equipped with A/C, and safety deposit boxes. Beds are protected with customised mosquito nets.

Our Services

Ranghi our exceptional chef will prepare traditional Sri Lankan or Western cuisine  tailored to your requirements (food costs not included)  
Wifi and Entertainment
Free Wifi, satellite television and a wide collection of DVD's and books for all the family. 
Binoculars are available so that you can view the varied wildlife.


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Enjoy the spectacular views from this immaculate, unique villa. Set upon a terraced hill with private manicured gardens. 
If you are looking for a truly relaxing holiday away from the crowds then this is the place for you. 
Daily Housekeeping

Our staff  will discretely look after you during your stay. Chataranga our house boy ensures the beds are made and the house is cleaned every day.  

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Sit and relax around our family friendly pool. You can choose from  3 of our  custom built cabanas or admire even more of the views from our tree house.
Mandalay has a fleet of luxury vehicles.
Airport transportation is included in the price of a 7-night stay. Shorter drives (up to 10km) are also included.  
Our driver is available for longer drives.
Our manager will ensure that you experience a unique holiday tailored to your individual needs, from visiting the elephant orphanage to seeing where your tea leaves actually come from.



Things To Do

              Bentota river safari








Discover nature with a riverboat cruise, which takes you on the Bentota River . You are taken through mangroves, which surround you with astounding beauty. Experience nature first hand as your guide helps you identify unique plants and animals. You can see amazing animals like varan, crocodile, chameleon and endless number of birds. 

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         Kande Viharaya Temple

This Buddha statue (largest statue of sitting Buddha in Sri Lanka) is truly breathtaking both from the outside and within.  The magnificent statue, picturesque murals and paintings inside the temple will fascinate and nothing can beat the kind temple elephant Kumari.

            City of Galle
The beautiful city of Galle showing the interaction between European architectural styles and South Asian traditions. Above all else, Galle is a city of trade and, increasingly, art. Today the historic Fort area is crammed full of little boutique shops, cafes and hotels owned by local and foreign artists, writers, photographers, designers and poets. 
It is an experience in itself to watch an international cricket match from the Galle Fortress. 
Udawalawe National Park 
Sri Lanka’s third most visited park is beautifully situated just south of the hill country.

Our manager will arrange the Safari vehicle, driver and guide. 

The principal attractions are, of course, elephants, of which there are usually around six hundred in the park. They are free to migrate along an elephant corridor between here and Lunugamvehera National Park, though most stay here. There are also hundreds of buffaloes, plus macaque and langur monkeys, spotted and sambhur deer and crocodiles. 

Whale watching
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Turtle Hatchery
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Seeing Blue Whale in its natural habitat is a unique experience. If you don’t mind spending a few hours on a boat then this is the opportunity you shouldn't miss. Between the months of November and March you are almost guaranteed to see whales. 
 Be a part in saving endangered turtles. You will be able to see the entire process from egg collection to hatching. When turtles are 2 days old, they are being released to face the oceans.  You will be privileged to handle the baby turtles and wish them luck on their dangerous journey. It’s a wonderful experience not just for children, but for adults as well.
​Adam's Peak 
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Adam’s Peak, also known as Sri Pada (sacred footstep) it is a conical mountain standing at 2,243 metres tall (7,359 feet) in the central highlands of Sri Lanka. Trekking up the mountain is extremely popular with both tourists and locals, who are allured by its mystery as well as the enchanting beauty they are rewarded with at the top.​
Sudu -Manager and Tour Guide.

Longer tours 

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Mandalay Staff
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