Knuckles Range

Knuckles Range is one of the best place for outdoor camping which is located in the Matale District - Central Province, Sri Lanka.  The Knuckles range is one of the loveliest nature attractions of Sri Lanka & also its UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Distance from Airport : 158km

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The glorious grasslands, tough mountain peaks placed with flows and showering waterfalls make Knuckles mountain range that covers an area of 18512 hectares the nomad treasure. At the Knuckles Range you will get amazing whether changes from hot to cold and wet to dry just by walking few hundreds of meters. The travelers’ favorite approach to Knuckles ranges begins on A26 main motor way running east of Kandy to Hunnsgiriya. At Hunnasiriya, B grade road leads to the Corbett’s Gap which opens up glorious views of Knuckles range. From Corbett’s Gap the road that leads to the village of Meemure too can be traveled by a vehicle.
Time of the year for Camping: 
October & January: Rainy - February & June: Good - July & September: Good but has a strong dry winds.
Camping Areas at Knuckles:
Dothalugala Camp Site - Telgamu Oya Camp Site - Ilukkumbura Camp Site

Facilities
You an easily access to Knuckles Range by any vehicle. Around there you can get Affordable packages for accommodation & food & beverages. experience BBQ dinners, nature walks, cycling, outdoor tented camps, Rural life & biodiversity studies, Photographs, paintings etc.

Surrounding
Meemure, Kayikawela, Kumbukgolla and Kobinilla Rural Villages, Adisham Bungalow, Horton plains, World End's, Mini World Ends are the interesting & nearest location to visit around Knuckles Range

Hotels Nearest
Knuckles Holiday Bungalow, Venture Camps - Beddegama, The Tea Estate- Watapana, The Kandy Samadhicentre - Digana, Madulkelle Tea and Eco Lodge, Udispaththuwa Bunglow - Knuckles. Hathale Bunglow- Knuckles, Knuckles Villa, Hunas Falls by Amaya, Mahoora Tented Safari Camp - Knuckles, Clingendael Hotel- Kudadeniya, Udispaththuwa Bungalow - Knuckls

Category
Camping Site, Nature, Mountain, Sri Lanka, Biodiversity, Rural Areas