Flameback Eco Lodge is nestled within the Weerawila Bird sanctuary located in southern Sri Lanka, southwest of the Yala National Park. At an altitude of 20 meters above sea level and consisting of wetlands and reservoirs, Weerawila attracts a diverse range of bird species each year to roost and nest. Being aptly located alongside the Weerawila (tank) reservoir within the sanctuary, Flameback Eco Lodge wondrously attracts thousands of local and migratory birds who roam across the sanctuary, which is home to both aquatic bird species and jungle dwelling birds.
An authentic experience awaits you in Weerawila, unbridled with the charm of an idyllic fishing village, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Quiet and tranquil, this small town is conveniently located and is central to some of the most renowned wild life parks anc cultural heritage site of Sri Lanka.
Situated on the banks of the evergreen Weerawila lake, the eco kissed charming lodges draw their inspiration from the intimate mosaic of the picturesque mother nature, where the luscious forests meet the flowing lakes offering adventure, culture, variety and stunning scenery at every turn.
As part of our constant focus to embrace nature and community with our business practices, Flameback Eco Lodge is committed in its continuous contribution made to the environment and the community it is integrated in. As such, we are humbled to contribute $ 1.00 from every rooming night to the hotel’s Eco & Social development fund which is in turn donated to the preservation and well-being of the Environment, Community of Weerwila and the hotel employees.
Check more about Flameback Eco-lodges’s sustainability engagement here