Eagles’ Golf Link, China Bay

This is one of the most scenic and challenging golf courses in the eastern course of Sri Lanka. The golf course is near the world famous Trincomalee natural harbor and overlooking the Clappenber Bay and the Malay Cove.

The 18-hole 6,802 yard par 72 golf course is in a stunning environment. Views of sparkling waters, bays, coves and the site of ships gives refreshing start to the game. Surrounded by trees and sometimes greeted by passing monkeys and deer is pleasing site for an unforgettable round of golf.

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The Victoria Golf & Country Resort offers you the idyllic getaway that you’ve been searching for all along. Apart from golf, the property lets you indulge in luxurious comforts while enjoying a slew of exciting experiences and things to do around Kandy. This includes an expansive pool where you can plunge in for a refreshing dip and swim with a carefree mind. With blue skies and magnificent mountains in the backdrop, splash around with your loved ones or practice a new stroke while the warm tropical sun caresses your bare skin with its rich, golden touch. The pool also features a Jacuzzi which you can settle in and revitalize your body and mind. The pool is attended between 07:00 am and 06:00 pm daily.

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Why not perfect your backhand even while on holiday with us here at Victoria Golf & Country Resort. Our flood-lit grass court offers the best conditions to enjoy the outdoor sport while also maintaining your fitness plan. When you learn and play on an immaculate space, success is just a swing away. Come play a competitive game of tennis as it is among the more enjoyable things to do near Kandy while the cool hill country breeze cools you down. Our guests have complimentary use of sporting equipment which can be collected at the front desk.

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Looking for a way to keep up with your fitness routine at our golf hotel in Sri Lanka while staying indoors? Then Table Tennis is your best bet. The tennis table is located right next to the swimming pool and you can partake in an exhilarating game with your friends and family.You can collect the rackets and ping pong balls from the front desk. So, go ahead, enjoy the game, and add more colour to your vacation.

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In search of an activity which can be enjoyed by the whole family? Then perhaps a riding lesson for beginners or a long trek for seasoned riders aback our gentle and well-bred horses will prove to be an ideal activity!

Our stables are made up of the finest selection of thoroughbred horses ideal for both apprehensive beginners and experienced riders, thus promising to make horse riding in Sri Lanka a truly unforgettable and enjoyable experience.

The Saddle Club offers both lessons to children and adults along with one -hour long treks which will enable you to take in a good look at the beauty of our sprawling resort while enjoying some fresh mountain air in style.

croquet VGCR

At Victoria Golf & Country Resort guests could also indulge in a sensational game of Croquet at our well-maintained lawns. The game area is located amidst captivating views of our magnificent Digana golf course and exquisite surroundings. Equipment for the game is free all year long and can be obtained by reaching out to the front desk.

Come try your hand at an enjoyable leisurely activity which requires tactics, techniques and possibly some luck. Round off a game with a refreshing drink or a relaxing dip in our pool.

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Bring in a sense of adventure to your vacation by paddling your way through pristine and lush environs. Breathe in the freshest air and feel the soothing sensation of the cool breeze caressing your face. Travel along the glorious terrains taking in the exuberant views and let nature subtly pull your heartstrings.

The experience of cycling in Kandy wouldn’t be complete without a cycling tour at Victoria Golf & Country Resort and it will certainly be a memory that you will cherish for a lifetime. It is also one of the perfect ways to fully explore the scenic exquisiteness of our paradise retreat. Early morning and evening hours before sundown are considered as the golden hours for Mountain biking. Also, take advantage of the cycling guide map offered by the resort to better understand the terrain and to know scenic routes.

fishing VGCR

Nestled in the heart of a scenic peninsula,our property is surrounded by surreal waters of the great Victoria Reservoir which teems with groups of large freshwater fish.The abundant supply of fish makes the region an ideal destination for fishing.Even if you are not a fishing enthusiast, the experience is certainly worth adding to your bucket list activities in Kandy.

We provide our guests with all the necessary fishing gear. So, go ahead and treat yourself to this fabulous leisure activity!

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Keep your fitness routine in check by taking part in an exhilarating game of Badminton at our resort. Being one of the most sought-after activities in Kandy, Sri Lanka, the game is a great way to revitalize your mind and body and an ideal sport to enjoy with both friends and family.

Our badminton court is located amidst a quiet and quaint surrounding and it ensures that you have zero distractions during your game. Grab your rackets and other gear by reaching out to our front desk and enjoy a fun-filled vacation experience.

yoga VGCR

Revive your mind and body with a therapeutic session of yoga in Digana. Embrace an ancient wellness practice that soothes your soul and allows you to discover inner peace. Take part in the special yoga sessions conducted at our property premises and complete your vacation with this truly remarkable wellness experience.

01 - 352 Yards | Par 4​

The player tees off from an elevated tee in front of the Clubhouse, and drives on to a broad open fairway. A mid-iron will take him to the elevated green. A group of trees on the left has to be avoided. The green is guarded on the right by two bunkers.

02 - 437 Yards | Par 4

This is an outstanding golf hole which many will say is the Signature Hole-but as the golfer will see, there are other contenders for this title. The drive from an elevated tee calls for both accuracy and strategy. The more daring player can opt for placing his tee shot well to the right skirting Snug Cove. From there a mid-iron played over the water will set up par. For the more circumspect, the safer route takes in the left side of the fairway, but this route must avoid a stately Kumbuk tree, and getting on the green in regulation may not be possible.

03 - 170 Yards | Par 3

This hole skirts Bambara House, and the view from the tee is magnificent. The green is located lower down and demands a well-struck iron to achieve par.

04 - 356 Yards | Par 4

The hole is a dogleg left and the tee shot must hug the right side of the tree-lined fairway to allow a clear approach to the green. The approach on the left is guarded by two large Palu and Tamarind trees. The green is undulating and slopes strongly towards the bay.

05 - 348 Yards | Par 4

The fairway slopes downhill and to the right from the tee. Take too much club and you may be hacking your ball out of the rough on the left. Two trees have to be negotiated with the second shot and this may call for some innovative shot production.

06 - 356 Yards | Par 4

The first part of the fairway climbs up slope and to the left. If the drive is too short, the player will not have a sight of the green for his second shot which is played to a green situated down slope. Accurate judgement of distance will be rewarded. Trouble lurks behind and on either side of the green making a dropped stroke a virtual certainty for an inaccurate approach shot.

07 - 354 Yards | Par 4

The drive from this elevated tee is probably the most exhilarating on the course. The fairway is lined by trees on both sides, calling for accuracy. The long green nestles under a magnificent forest giant, but the green falls away sharply on the right. Although not overly difficult, this must rank as one of the prettiest holes on the course.

08 - 598 Yards | Par 5

A great Par 5 played from an elevated tee to an undulating fairway. The fairway drifts away to the left and rises slightly towards the green. The green will only be reached in regulation with three long and accurate strokes. The fairway and green are lined by magnificent trees.

09 - 124 Yards | Par 3

This hole will provide some relief from the exertions on the 8th, but care is necessary as the green slopes down to a deep drain which will punish an overly conservative club selection. Over-clubbing will result in a rather testing down hill approach.

10 - 406 Yards | Par 4

Another testing Par 4 which doglegs to the right. The best line to the green is from the left side of the fairway, but the trees and shrubs to the left must be avoided. The area beyond the back of the green is Out of Bounds. The hole demands a strong drive and an accurate mid-to-long iron to make par.

11 - 642 Yards | Par 5

This par 5 is the longest hole on any course in the island, and its length, and the fact that the fairway rises from the tee to the green make this a very demanding hole indeed, which is justifiably rated as Stroke Index 1 on the course. The fairway takes a slight double bend. The tee shot must be placed to avoid the tree on the right of the fairway. Most players will need three well-struck woods to reach the large elevated green.

12 - 383 Yards | Par 4

A fairly straightforward Par 4 which runs downhill from an elevated tee position. A large forest tree has been retained on the left side of the green approach, so the sensible route is on the right side of the fairway. A drive and a short iron should set up par on this hole.

13 - 453 Yards | Par 4

The tee shot needs to be long and accurate as the fairway is tree-lined and will punish any errant drives. The water hazard crossing the fairway on the approach to the green must be avoided if a stroke is not to be dropped on this strong Par 4 hole.

14 - 355 Yards | Par 4

A fairly straightforward drive and pitch will set up par. The trees on the fairway must be avoided, and the approach to this elevated green calls for good judgement of distance. To fall short of the green will almost certainly mean a dropped stroke.

15 - 424 Yards | Par 4

The climb up to the tee position is rewarded by a beautiful view across the bay. This is a very strong Par 4, rated index 3 on the course. The tee shot must be accurately placed between the Cinema Hall on the left and the buildings on the right which are Out of Bounds. A long uphill second shot is necessary to set up par on this testing Par 4.

16 - 388 Yards | Par 4

The tee shot may be placed to the right or left of the stately Ficus tree dominating the fairway. Both approaches offer opportunities for a mid-iron to the green. Relief can be obtained from the road which borders the right side of the fairway. The ground falls away sharply to the right beyond the road.

17 - 478 Yards | Par 5

The elevated tee position offers exceptional views towards the harbour. The tee shot is downhill and over-clubbing must be avoided. The hole takes a sharp dogleg right, and offers a good birdie opportunity to a long hitter who can cut the corner with his second. The more conservative approach would be to set up the approach shot to the green with a well-placed iron.

18 - 169 Yards | Par 3

The final hole offers more stunning views from an elevated tee position. The Eagle-shaped green calls for precise positioning of the tee shot avoiding the many bunkers which surround the green.