Hotel: Jetwing Vil Uyana
  • Jetwing Vil Uyana
  • Jetwing Vil Uyana
  • Jetwing Vil Uyana
  • Jetwing Vil Uyana
  • Jetwing Vil Uyana

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In a groundbreaking project Jetwing Hotels created a private nature reserve consisting of a wetland system with lakes and reed beds. Jetwing Vil Uyana was built within these environs with rooms which have been placed within the paddy fields itself. This exciting lifestyle hotel thereby created a unique approach to eco-living. Relax in an atmosphere of rural simplicity combined with the lavish comforts of the present day to experience a stay hard to forget.

  • Teak floors
  • Air-conditioned dwellings
  • Telephone and IDD facility
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Mini bar in rooms
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Large scenic private balcony or terrace
  • Safety locker
  • Cable TV with BOSE entertainment system
  • In –room dining
  • Hot/cold shower and bath
  • Private pool / plunge pool in some dwellings
  • Slippers and sarongs
  • Wine Cellar
  • Souvenir shop
  • Selection of DVDs on request
  • Bicycles
  • Signature dining options
  • Spa & Ayurveda Treatments
  • Gymnasium
  • Library with selection books


The Loris, with its large bulging eyes and tiny limbs, is a nocturnal primate found in India, Sri Lanka and South East Asia. Hidden in the scrub forests, this mystical creature moves slowly through the trees after dusk to feed on insects and berries. At Jetwing Vil Uyana the conservation of the resident Loris has been given much prominence and the Loris Information Centre which is near the Loris Conservation site provides information on these strange and fascinating creatures.


Jetwing Vil Uyana sits on its own man made eco-reserve which boasts a wetland, secondary monsoon forests and paddy lands. What was formerly a barren patch of land has now emerged into a nature lover's paradise with more than a hundred varieties of wildlife inhabiting the area. Amongst the most eco friendly hotels in Sigiriya, Sri Lanka the property is surrounded by nature on all sides and a stroll through the premises will bring you into close contact with the environment and the animals and birds that live there. The enhanced biodiversity of the environs enables the hotel to conduct wildlife watching tours on the premises itself, which means you only have to step out of your room to experience the local wildlife.


The World Heritage Site of Sigiriya or "Lion Mountain" as it is also known holds the ruins of a rock fortress and palace. Constructed by King Kasyapa at the end of the 5th Century, it was built on the lines of an impenetrable fortress, ringed by a moat and ramparts and surrounded by dense forests. The rock which has a unique shape that is easily recognizable for miles around, rises to a height of 200 m and extends over an area of 1.6 ha at its summit.


Listed sixth in the Lonely Planet's Guide to the Natural Wildlife Spectacles of the world, the 'Gathering' is the largest assembling of Asian Elephants at any given time. Jetwing Vil Uyana offers guests the opportunity of witnessing this unique phenomenon by conducting elephant watching safaris into the Minneriya National Park. Situated in the Dry Zone of Sri Lanka, the centre piece of the park is the Minneriya Tank which is surrounded by varied habitats of wetlands, grasslands and scrub jungle.


The Wilpattu National Park situated along the North Western coastal lowland of Sri Lanka is both the oldest and largest national park in the island. The many 'villus' or small lakes that dot the landscape of the park are responsible for its name ‘villu-pattu’ which means "Land of Lakes". These depressions which fill up with rainwater attract a wide range of water birds and wildlife. The park is also accorded a prominent place in the island's history as, according to the records of the Mahavamsa, Prince Vijjaya from India landed at Kudiremalai Point in Wilpattu, married Kuveni a local princess and founded the Sinhala race.


The town of Dambulla which is located north of Kandy is considered to be the central point of Sri Lanka. Built around a vast isolated rock mass, the name Dambulla was derived from the words ‘Damba’ which means rock and ‘ulla’ meaning fountain. Comprising five caves which have been converted into shrine rooms, it is considered the best preserved and largest temple complex in Sri Lanka. Among the many improvements made to the complex over the centuries, one of the most spectacular is the gilding of the inside of the temple by King Nissankamalla, thereby earning it the name “Ran Giri” which means Golden Rock.

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