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NidiKumba Forest Retreat

May to October Backpackers Season.

Sri Lanka. Empty beaches and crowded cities. Terraced tea plantations and wild jungles. If you are a backpacker we are your stop over at NidiKumba Forests. Wild jungles, elephants, buffalo, leopards, peacocks and monkeys, friendly people and incredible food.

Its Dudeism Season at NidiKumba
What Would the Dude Do?

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The Sri Lanka Hash House Harriers are welcome, men, women & children. We welcome backpackers to NidiKumba Tanamalwila, this beautiful area. Sri Lanka is possibly the most underrated country in the world. For such a tiny island, it packs sites in the entire region. NidiKumba is a delightfully hidden hotspot and affordable/budget for the traveller backpacker.

NidiKumba Budget Accommodation: (€10-€15/night. SL rupee 2000.)

Nidikumba, Hotel accommodation, Welcome Yala Forest, National ParkThere are some impressive/superb rooms at NidiKumba for a backpacker's budget. We are your cheap hostel and guesthouse and every much a eco friendly forests retreat.

Eating: (€3/meal. SL rupee 450.)
The local food in Sri Lanka is delicious. Keep in mind that you'll have to order your meal hours in advance. Si Lanka food is said to be a bit more spicy than the cuisine in other asian countries, but it's every bit as delicious.

Nidikumba, Hotels, Welcome Yala Forest, National Park Stop over is free. You are welcome to stop over take a walk around NidiKumba Forests and enjoy a River Splash at the magnificent Kirundi Oya river.

Alcohol: We don't sale alcohol at NidiKumba but you may buy beers/alcohol at the Tanamailwa town Wine Store (1.2 km from NidiKumba) and consume it at NidiKumba premissers. The local beer, Lion, is an interesting mix of heavy hops and barley costing you around €2 SL rupee 200.

Lot of places that tempt the adventurous backpacker. There are amazing temples, ruins and old towns, beaches, waterfalls and a long interesting history. We have listed some must see places in and around NidiKumba

Things To Do.

A definite highlight is Ella:
Ella is a beautiful mountain town where you can spend your mornings sipping coffee from the patio of one of the hilltop guesthouses overlooking the hills. Your days can be spent hiking to learn waterfalls and through the many stunning, green tea plantations. Not too many tourists come out this way so you'll usually have the trails to yourself.

Rent A Motorbike:
tuk-tuks to Nidikumba Thanamalwila.jpg By far the best way to get around in Sri Lanka is on a motorbike or moped. They can be rented just about everywhere for as little as €8/day and they will give you a lot of freedom that buses and trains lack.

Many people rent motorbikes in Colombo and tour them around the entire country. For this we'd recommend a real bike and not a moped because the hills in central Sri Lanka are very hard to climb, even for tuk-tuks!

Visit The Ruins and Temples:
There are loads of ruins and temples in just about every town in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka boasts more Unesco World Heritage Sites per kilometre than anywhere on Earth! Some are free to enter, but most will be expensive due to "tourist pricing". We can take you to little hidden gems that will be free and authentic and to the more favorite site to.

Friendly people and high levels of hospitality:
Mingling with the local people and making friends is easy. The laid back local communities are always willing to let you into their circles and are delightfully curious about foreign visitors. If you know anything about cricket, then you'll have plenty to talk about with the local men.

Ignored by travellers during two decades of civil conflict, backpacker tourism is only now starting to reappear in Sri Lanka.

Tip -
All nationalities (visitors/tourist) need a valid visa to enter Sri Lanka prior to the trip (though you can collect a visa on arrival and can be more of a hassle). You can apply for the ETA to Sri Lanka online.


Backpackers Season. Backpackers don't typically need to make a reservation but it sure help if we know when you are arriving...

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Tanamalwila,
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