Unforgetable memories in Our Cultural Triangle

Located in the heart of our island’s famed cultural triangle, Agbo Hotel serves as the ideal base for a Sri Lankan experience of history and nature.

Surrounded by most of Sri Lanka’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, also is a short distance away from the legendary Sigiriya Rock Fortress. We can also accompany you to the regional Kaudulla and Minneriya National Parks, where over hundreds of elephants will congregate in an experience known as The Gathering – a spectacular wildlife phenomen


Anurdhapura is the most ancient city in Srilanka. If you visit to sacred city of Anuradhapura, enlighten your stay with attractions to reflect the country’s proud cultural and religious heritage that ranges from the sacred reservoirs, temples, Carvings, dagabs, Tanks, Wildlife and much more. Among the many attraction in the city are Srimahabodiya, ruwanweliseya, lowapahapya , wilpaththu national park, kuttam pokuna ,thuparamaya etc. The city attract many local & foreign visitors who love to explore ancient history of Sri Lanka.Anuradhapura is a place that would create a deep appreciation of an ancient way of life which entwined the religion art and architecture.etting,

Bird Watching

Sri Lanka is one of the best places in the world to watch birds and is truly a paradise for all Bird Watching enthusiasts. The activity becomes more common especially around the bird sanctuaries and wetland reserves in the south east part of the island while the temperate climate is ideal for migrating birds. Bird Watching in Sri Lanka. The tropical climate & exotic landscape of the paradise isle of Sr iLanka makes it a true haven for bird lovers who arrive from all over the world. Sri Lanka is home to more than 400 bird species with around 23 endemics and 200 migratory birds arriving from India, Siberia and Western Europe. There are many bird sanctuaries spread throughout the island.


Most commonly referred to as Sri Lanka’s second ancient capital, the city of Polonnaruwa is nevertheless a magnificently preserved city with rich archaeological monuments and natural beauty. Located in Sri Lanka’s North Central Province, Polonnaruwa has both its ancient city, an adjoining “old town” as well as a “new town” located about 6km away. The archaeological sites are in a compact layout, within easy distance of each other, and tours are easily arranged either on foot or more popularly explored on bicycle. You’ll find the archaeological park a delight to explore, with hundreds of ancient structures – tombs and temples, statues and stupas – in a compact core.

Minneriya National Parks

Expansive quantities of Sri Lankan elephants are pulled into grass fields on the edges of the repository amid the dry season. The Minneriya tank adds to manage an extensive group. Elephants assembled here are numbers around 150-200. Besides Elephants, Minneriya is especially known for its wildlife. The recreation center and the national park is critical natural surroundings for the two endemic monkeys of Sri Lanka: purple-confronted langur and toque macaque. Large herbivorous well evolved creatures, for example, Sri Lankan sambar deer and Sri Lankan pivot deer visit the recreation center. Minneriya park is highly rich in bio diversity & natural scenic beauty..

Village Tours

Take a real village walk through the rustic rural community of polonnaruwa. Spend time with the villagers and engage in many village activities that form everyday life; such as an oxen cart ride, a catamaran ride, and a walk through the fields. Learn to cook traditional Sri Lankan food. You will finish off with an exceptionally delicious buffet lunch, served in classic Sri Lankan style. This is your truly Sri Lankan holiday experience. At the end of the tour you would have experienced true Sri Lankan hospitality immersed with warmth and genuine smiles. You will have a quick walk around the village while your guide tells you more about village life. Famous transport mode is oxen cart.