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Reimagined by Nature

Cycle Scenic Trail

The Tamarind Tree Garden Resort now offers guests the chance to explore their beautiful gardens on their very own bicycle track, which is available for a fee. The track spans approximately 2 kilometers and winds its way through the lush gardens of the property, providing a unique and enjoyable way to experience the natural beauty of the resort.

Guests can take advantage of the bicycles provided by the resort and cycle at their own pace, stopping along the way to appreciate the stunning flora and fauna that surrounds them. Whether you are an experienced cyclist or simply seeking a relaxing ride, the bicycle track at Tamarind Tree Garden Resort is a great way to explore the property and enjoy the scenery.

Tamarind Tree Garden Resort offers an exceptional bird watching experience for nature enthusiasts. Our expansive 12-acre garden resort provides a natural habitat for a diverse range of bird species throughout the year. 

Nature Trail Walks

Our nature walks offer an immersive and educational experience, perfect for nature enthusiasts and families alike. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just looking for a leisurely stroll, our nature trail walks provide an opportunity to connect with nature and rejuvenate your senses.


Foodie Experiences

Sri Lanka is famous for its aromatic rice, curries and sambols, influenced by centuries of settlers and traders. Discover how to cook them in mud hut kitchens to family homes.

Coconut Trails Experience

Indulge in our “Coconut Trails” Experience, where we showcase the myriad of uses that Coconuts have in Sri Lanka utilizing our lush 12 acre garden filled with high rise coconut trees.

– Witness the plethora of authentic Sri Lankan Foods that are made with Coconuts
– Participate in the cooking with our local grandmas
– Experience how coconuts are obtained by climbing the Trees
– Enjoy an authentic Lankan Feast


Flora and Fauna

The virgin forests of Sri Lanka are rich in their variety and profusion of flora and fauna. Wildlife, including elephants, leopards, bears, buffalo, and peafowl, and tree species such as ebony, mahogany, satinwood, and teak are being rapidly depleted by indiscriminate exploitation.

Muthurajawela Wetland Boat Tour

The Tamarind Tree Garden Resort is situated near the Muthurajawela Wetlands in southern Sri Lanka of the Negombo Lagoon, which is a popular tourist attraction. Covering 3,068 hectares, the wetlands are home to over 100 species of animals, and visitors can explore the wetlands on a boat tour offered by the resort with prior reservation. The wetlands were declared a nature reserve in 1996 and have a rich history with ancient treasures.

The paddy fields are a unique feature of the Muthurajawela Wetlands and have a long history in Sri Lanka, dating back over 2,500 years. They are irrigated farmlands used for cultivating rice, which is a staple food in Sri Lanka and other parts of Asia. Paddy cultivation was initially carried out by indigenous communities but later became a major source of income for colonial powers after the arrival of Europeans in the 16th century.