Sri Lanka Wilderness Discoveries

Your Perfect Hideaway in the wilderness is located in the middle of a nature reserve closer to the

Samanalawawe reservoir in Belihuloya.

Ahaspokuna warmly welcomes Sri Lankans and resident visa holders.

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Wellness in the wilderness

Offer includes

  • All meals from lunch to breakfast
  • Dine-in with a perfectly lit ambiance around the campfire.
  • A luxury tented suite.
  • A mystical Star Bed and a magical Bush Bath for every suite.
  • 2 guided Bush Walks per night stay simply choose a perfect location to begin your meditation/yoga observances.
  • A guided night walk after dinner.


Rs. 20,000/- per person per night reduced to

  • Long Weekends Rs.14,750/- (and April 2022 long weekend from 9th - 17th)
  • Weekends Rs. 14,000/-
  • Weekdays Rs. 12,500/-


* Valid till 30.04.2022
* 40% off 3rd adult in a triple tent/s
* Bring your own bottle and the corkage is free
* Valid for Sri Lankan citizens and permanent resident visa holders only.


Call us on : 070 222 8 222 

WhatsApp icon +94 710 662 202



Terms and Conditions 

Cancellation Charges

  • For bookings made prior to 72 hours from the arrival - No cancellation up to 72 hours.
  • 100% cancellation will apply if the booking is canceled within 72 hours from arrival.
  • For bookings made within 72 hours of the arrival - 100% cancellation will come into effect soon after the booking is made
  • In the event, there is a lock-down and the client needs to cancel, let us know immediately in order to check and revert on the possible refund.


Child Policy of Eco Team own and operated properties

  • Children up to 5.99 years - free of charge basis
  • Children from 6 to below 12 years - 50% off from the adult rate.


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A H A S - P O K U N A

In the Sinhalese language (spoken in Sri Lanka), “Ahas” means “Sky” and “Pokuna” means “Pond” or “Pool”. Ahaspokuna is so named in reference to the lake here, high up in the hills, that is only fed by rainwater. A former settlement that sprung up on its shores was subsequently also named “Ahaspokuna”. Today, the jungle tide has washed over where people once lived and the camp provides a wilderness retreat for those in search of something different.
Ahaspokuna by Eco Team