Hotels in Dambulla
Dambulla is a UNESCO World Heritage Site constructed around a huge solitary granite mass. Dambulla is formed from the terms Damba, which means rock, and Ulla, which means fountain. Dambulla temple complex consists of five caverns that have been turned into shrine chambers, Buddha statues, and over 1,500 ceiling paintings. The caverns are located at the base of a 150-meter-high rock that King Valagambahu erected after fleeing Anuradhapura in the first century BC..
Things to do in Dambulla
1. Golden Temple of Dambulla 2. Dambulla Royal Cave Temple 3. Jathika Namal Uyana 4. Ibbankathuwa Megalithic Tombs 5. Pidurangala Royal Cave Temple 6. Rangiri Dambulla Maha Viharaya
Best time to Visit Dambulla
Dambulla is primarily defined by two seasons: summer and monsoons. In Dambulla, tourism is at its highest in July, August, and January, with March being the least frequented month. Dambulla is best visited between May and October, when the weather is pleasant.
Weather of Dambulla
Dambulla has a tropical climate with substantial rains from April to January, and the temperature is more or less stable throughout the year, ranging from 30°C-34°C at the highest and 15°C-17°C at the lowest.