Jungle Beach has thoughtfully incorporated the existing trees and plant life into the hotel design. Accommodations are available facing either the beach, lagoon, or jungle. The cuisine features traditional Sri Lankan recipes immersed in local ingredients, fresh seafood – among some of the best in the Trincomalee area.
Located close to Trincomalee, this beach resort offers a unique blend of luxury and exciting adventure activities and sightseeing that provide a glimpse into the area’s unique cultural landscape. For exploring other noteworthy attractions, Jungle Beach is a perfect base on the East Coast.
Each Lagoon Cabin features views of the lagoon, a private terrace or balcony, and a large bathroom with rain shower.
650 sq ft
Jungle Cabins offer spacious interiors featuring polished cement floors, beautiful Sri Lankan artifacts, a private terrace, a large indoor bathroom with rain shower, and a private outdoor shower. Immaculately designed, these cabins offer a tasteful mix of luxury and traditional decor tucked against a backdrop of thick foliage.
650 sq ft
Beach Cabins offer exquisitely adorned living spaces with vaulted ceiling, roofs thatched with Iluk leaves, private outdoor terraces, a large indoor bathroom with rain shower, and private outdoor shower. Each cabin has their own private walkway to the beach.
650 sq ft
A cluster of 3 Jungle Cabins surrounding a large private pool is perfect for families or groups traveling together. These spacious cabins are beautifully appointed with Sri Lankan artifacts.
Each cabin is 650 sq ft
The elegantly designed main restaurant overlooks the lush green vegetation and pool. Savor the exotic tastes of authentic Sri Lankan cuisine – spicy rice and curry – or more western cuisine, this restaurant is ready with an array of mouth-watering dishes. All prepared with a strong commitment to fresh, organic products that are locally sourced, to entice your taste buds.
The Beach Bar is located on the beach so guests can enjoy refreshing beverages and light fare from the comfort of their beach chair.
Imagine tasting exotic cuisine amidst a lush green jungle backdrop bringing you closer to nature or having a romantic picnic on the beach, lulled by the gentle sound of waves as you sit under a canopy of stars. From exquisitely prepared five course meals to delectable local seafood dishes, private dining at Jungle Beach lets guests savor the unique flavors of authentic Sri Lankan cuisine in truly enchanting settings. We also offer private BBQ on the beach with personal waiter and chef.
Set amidst a secluded jungle sanctuary, Jungle Beach offers the perfect escape to enjoy some personal pampering.
Enjoy jet skiing directly from Jungle Beach for those seeking ocean adventures.
Discover the beauty of this protected tropical underwater world with over 100 species of colorful corals teeming with 300 types of reef fish, as well as Black Tip reef sharks and a variety of rays and sea turtles. Guests can opt to either snorkel or dive here.
Blue Whales – the largest mammals – and Sperm Whales – the largest predators on our planet and also the deepest diving whales – travel in pods following the matriarchal system similar to elephants.
From May to October off this part of the Sri Lankan coast guests can encounter “super pods” containing 40 or more Blue Whales and Sperm Whales along with large numbers of Spinner dolphins.
Gain a glimpse of rural life in the Eastern Province on a gentle cycle ride to Maduwakulam Tank via the saltpan. Marvel at the variety of Sri Lanka’s abundant wildlife including water and migrant birds (depending on the season) in addition to wild peacocks, parakeets, and hornbills, as well as the possible sighting of elephants and crocodiles that inhabit Maduwakulam tank.
Experience the thrill of fishing with knowledgeable local fishermen.
The best way to understand the people and culture of a country is through its food. Join one of Sri Lanka’s top chefs to learn how to prepare some of this island nation’s signature dishes characterized by a wide variety of aromatic spices and fiery heat along with the distinctive infusion of coconut.
Sri Lanka is a bird watchers paradise. Situated on the Kokkilai Lagoon, this sanctuary is home to the rare and endangered Black-necked Stork as well as large numbers of pelicans and hundreds of migratory birds.
Trincomalee famed as the ‘Rome of the Pagans of the Orient’ in the sixteenth century has been coveted for its beauty along with its strategic importance as one of the world’s deepest natural harbors. Characterized by the distinctive Swarmi Rock, the city offers a rare glimpse into a past world shrouded in legends and myths, ancient temples, romantic colonial forts, tales of unrequited love, underwater discoveries as well as the tragedy of Sri Lanka’s own Pearl Harbor.