Mango Forest Agro Tourism

Sri Lanka has been known by different names in the past; it was once called the Pearl of the Indian Ocean and then Serendip followed by Taprobana. Today the country is a top tourist attraction in the world. Our main target is to improve upon foreign tourist development and arranging excursion for both local and foreign tourists.

Mango Forest Agro Tourism

Mango Forest Agro Tourism

Mahavali is new renewed as a forthcoming agro tourism place near Polonnaruwa, Mahavali place JCT & other mango Branded category is a wide range of forests and natural biodiversity, an elegant combination of the different environments of polonnaruwa has made this place a prime   location of choice to visit by the tourists,

Unfortunately, there are no promising facilities to cater to the needs of the visitors with a aim to make their tours a comfortable one, mango forest agro tourism along up a resort is now set up to cater to the needs of the masses,

Fruit Farms –

The main objective of the JCT & other Mango Brand is to inculcate the tourist a full brief information of the farms and its allied activities for the same reason, nearly about ……… fruits trees are to be planted with drip irrigation facility,

Traditional and culture –

Seeming the old traditional of Sri Lankan house and the lifestyle here makes us feel as of we wandering in the traditional old day,


Sri  Lanka, is known to be the Island of Paradise, it was that the garden of Eden in the bible was located on this teardrop island of the coast of India, in the country’s booming tourism industry, Sri Lanka tourism welcomed the arrival of tourist in every years, Our main target is a Foreign Tourism development, and Domestic tourist segment making excursions in Sri Lanka,

Tourist attractions are classifiable as natural or anthropogenic, natural attraction include nature spots, flora and fauna, and places with pleasant climate, Geo tourism sites may also be included in this category, anthropogenic attraction include archaeological and cultural attractions, historical and religion sites, performing and folklore, handicrafts and artifacts,

Our mango forest Agro tourism project main target is a gives Foreign Tourism & Domestic Tourist opportunity of enjoy Mango Foods, culturing Housing, climates, the world’s greatest religions (Buddhism) magnificent gravitation, glorious traditions, artistic monuments, beauty and culture all combined with one of the best treasures of the world a warm, friendly and smiling people,

We want introduces mango forest 1st time in Sri Lanka, Mango is a food king & mango cultivation in Asia, Mango Has a Valuable Market in world,

Historical Background

Kandy is a Sri Lankan heart, home of the Temple of the Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa) one of the most sacred places of worship in the Buddhist world,

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens –

The origins of the botanic gardens date as far back as 1371 when king wickramabahu III ascended the throne and kept count at Peradeniya near the mahavali river, it is renowned for its collection of orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees  the garden incudes more than 4000 species of plants,

The Aluvihare Temple on the north side of the town, is the historical location the pali canon was first written down completely in the text on ola (plam) leaves in 29 BCE,

Naula is a small town in Sri Lanka, it is located within matale district, tourist attractions in the area include Bowathenna Dam, tank & power satation, Nalanda Gedige, Nalanda tank and the nitre caves. 

Riverston is one of the most beautiful hill tops of the knucles mountain range, it is located nearly 30km from matale town, at riverston you can experience a heaven like feeling when the clouds cover up the area, the climate of riverston is cold and breezy, and sometimes it is so misty, riverston is very rich in bio diversity, you can find fauna and flora which are endemic to riverston,

You can have a trekking trip to the riverston peak across pitawalapathana and also you can visit the mini worlds end which is 750m away from riverston, there is an myth about pitawalapathana that rama and rawana had a cermical war in pitawala pathana duwili Ella is located 28km away from riverston which is truly an amazing creation of nature, you can take a 2 days trekking trip to the waterfall from riverstonand,

This temple complex back to the first century BCE, it has five caves under a vast overhanging rock, his temple complex dates back to the first century BCE.It has five caves under a vast overhanging rock, carved with a drip line to keep the interiors dry. In 1938 the architecture was embellished with arched colonnades and gabled entrances. Inside the caves, the ceilings are painted with intricate patterns of religious images following the contours of the rock. There are images of the Lord Buddha and bodhisattvas, as well as various gods and goddesses.

The Dambulla cave monastery is still functional and remains the best-preserved ancient edifice in Sri Lanka. This complex dates from the third and second centuries BC, when it was already established as one of the largest and most important monasteries. Valagamba of Anuradhapura is traditionally thought to have converted the caves into a temple in the first century BC. Exiled from Anuradhapura, he sought refuge here from South Indian usurpers for 15 years. After reclaiming his capital, the King built a temple in thankful worship. Many other kings added to it later and by the 11th century, the caves had become a major religious centre and still are. Nissanka Malla of Polonnaruwa gilded the caves and added about 70 Buddha statues in 1190. During the 18th century, the caves were restored and painted by the Kingdom of Kandy.

Sigiriya or Sinhagiri (Lion Rock ) is an ancient rock fortress located in the northern Matale District near the town of Dambulla in the Central Province, Sri Lanka. The name refers to a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 metres (660 ft) high. According to the ancient Sri Lankan chronicle the Culavamsa, this site was selected by King Kasyapa (477 – 495 CE) for his new capital. He built his palace on the top of this rock and decorated its sides with colourful frescoes. On a small plateau about halfway up the side of this rock he built a gateway in the form of an enormous lion. The name of this place is derived from this structure —Sigiriya,the Lion Rock. The capital and the royal palace was abandoned after the king’s death. It was used as a Buddhist monastery until the 14th century,

The second most ancient of Sri Lanka’s kingdoms, Polonnaruwa was first declared the capital city by King Vijayabahu I, who defeated Chola invaders in 1070 to reunite the country once more under a local leader.

While Vijayabahu’s victory and shifting of kingdoms to the more strategic Polonnaruwa is considered significant, the real “Hero of Polonnaruwa” of the history books is actually Parakramabahu I. It was his reign that is considered the Golden Age of Polonnaruwa. Trade and agriculture flourished under the patronage of the king, who was so adamant that no drop of water falling from the heavens was to be wasted and each was to be used toward the development of the land. Hence, irrigation systems that are far superior to those of the Anuradhapura Age were constructed during Parakramabahu’s reign – systems which to this day supply the water necessary for paddy cultivation during the scorching dry season in the east of the country. The greatest of these systems is the Parakrama Samudra or the Sea of Parakrama. The Kingdom of Polonnaruwa was completely self-sufficient during King Parakramabahu’s reign.

With the exception of his immediate successor, Nissankamalla I, all other monarchs of Polonnaruwa were slightly weak-willed and rather prone to picking fights within their own court. They also went on to form more intimate matrimonial alliances with stronger South Indian kingdoms until these matrimonial links superseded the local royal lineage. This prompted an invasion by the Aryacakravarti dynasty King Kalinga Magha in 1214, who founded the Jaffna kingdom (1215-1624 CE). Local power passed into the hands of a Pandyan dynasty king following the Jaffna kingdom invasion of Lanka in 1284, who moved their capital to Dambadeniya. Polonnaruwa was also called Jananathamangalam during this brief period under the Pandya.

Dimbulagala also known as Gunners Rock during the British colonial period, is a rock formation in the Polonnaruwa District of Sri Lanka. By the time anthropologist Charles Gabriel Seligmanvisited the location in 1911, a cave within the rock had become a refuge of the indigenous Vedda people. During the 12th century AD, The Sinhalese people had constructed a Buddhist monastery within the rock formation. The Dimbulagala Raja Maha Vihara monastery was restored in the 1950s. The villagers around the rock are of mixed Vedda and Sinhalese ancestry.

Pasikudah or Pasikuda  (Pronounced Paasikkudah – historic Tamil translation “Green-Algae-Bay”) is a coastal resort town located 35 kilometers northwest of Batticaloa, Batticaloa District, Sri Lanka. Historically a small Tamil hamlet alongside nearby Kalkudah, it used to be a popular tourist destination, however suffered huge devastation following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and the Sri Lankan Civil War.

Foreign travel to Pasikudah has recently increased due to growth in investment and development. It is home to the Pasikudah Mariamman temple. Pasikudah is easily accessible from the cities of Trincomalee and Batticaloa.

Arugam Bay known locally as “Arugam Kudah”, is a bay situated on the Indian Ocean in the dry zone of Sri Lanka’s southeast coast, and a historic settlement of the ancient Batticaloa Territory (Mattakallappu Desam). The main settlement in the area, known locally as Ullae, While traditionally fishing has dominated the local economy, tourism has grown rapidly in the area in recent years. Arugam Kudah’s literal Tamil translation is “Bay of Cynodon dactylon”. Tourism in Arugam Bay is dominated by surf tourism, thanks to several quality breaks in the area, however tourists are also attracted by the local beaches, lagoons, historic temples and the nearby Kumana National Park.

Mahiyanganaya is a town situated close to the Mahaweli River in Badulla District, Uva Province of Sri Lanka. It is said that Gautama Buddhavisited Mahiyanganaya on the full moon Poya day of January in order to settle a dispute arose between Yakkas and Nagas (two tribes then inhabited this area) and this was his first ever visit to Sri Lanka. Then the Buddha preached Dhamma to Sumana Saman, a leader in this area, to whom the Buddha gave a handful of his hair relic so that people could worship. After that Sumana Saman (now the god Sumana Saman) built a golden chethiya in which the sacred hair relic was deposited. Later on about seven chethiyas were built over the original golden chethiya from time to time, the last one being built by the King Dutugemunu. As such, this historic town is a very sacred place for Buddhists.

The Vedda are a minority indigenous group of people in Sri Lanka who, among other self-identified native communities such as Coast Veddas, The original language of the Veddas is the Vedda language, which today is used primarily by the interior Veddas of Dambana.

Minneriya National Park is a national park in polonnaruwa . The area was designated as a national park on 12 August 1997, having been originally declared as a wildlife sanctuary, The reason for declaring the area as protected is to protect the catchment of Minneriya tank and the wildlife of the surrounding area. The tank is of historical importance, having been built by King Mahasen in third century. The park is a dry season feeding ground for the elephant population dwelling in forests of  Matale, Polonnaruwa, and Trincomalee districts.

Wasgamuwa National Park is a natural park in Sri Lanka situated in the Matale and Polonnaruwa Districts. It was declared to protect and to make a refuge for the displaced wild animals during the Mahaweli Development Project in 1984 and is one of the four National Parks designated under the Project. Originally it was designated as a nature reserve in 1938, and then in the early 1970s the area was regarded as a strict nature reserve. Wasgamuwa is one of protected areas where Sri Lankan Elephants can be seen in large herds. It is also one of the Important Bird Areas in Sri Lanka. The name of the Wasgamuwa has derived through the words “Walas Gamuwa”.”Walasa” is Sinhalafor sloth bear and “Gamuwa” means a wood,

The Moragahakanda is a large gravity dam, and the main component of the larger and more complex Moragahakanda — Kalu Ganga Project, currently under construction across the Amban River at Elahera, in the Matale District of Sri Lanka. Construction began on 25 January 2007. The maiden waters of the dam was released in January 2017. Morgahakanda/Kaluganga project is the last of the Great Mahaveli project

The larger combined project involves the construction of the Moragahakanda Dam and Reservoir, along with the separate Kalu Ganga Dam and Reservoir, for irrigation and power generation purposes. Both these sites would be located approximately 10 km (6.2 mi) apart.

Mango Forest Agro Tourism a Resort forthcoming near Polonnaruwa for the adventure enthusiasts who are always thrilled for spending their weekend or tour in the lapse of nature at the Mahavali located at the forthcoming tourist place in polonnaruwa, Mango Forest Agro Tourism is on of the convenient resort to make up with all hurdles in the day of the tourists, you can visit this place, Matale, Riverston, Dambulla, Sigiriya, Minneriya, Wasagamuwa, Dimbulagala, Polonnaruwa, Dimbulagala & Moragahakanda dam of nearby our mango forest Agro tourism. Kandy, Peradineya , pasikuda , arugam bya little bit par our place, ( May be 3 hours)

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