Mutugalwela lies inside the Maduru Oya National Park on the boarders of the Maha Oya – Padiyathalawa – Mahiyangana Road. This rural village is populated by the Dambana aborigines but lies deep inside the jungles of Maduru Oya about 15 km away from Dambana.
According to aborigines, there has been two springs in the area of Mutugalwela which had been a guaranteed water supply to this rural village. One spring called kurutiyavinna has been gone under the waters of Kirawanagalkanda reservoir when it was built. The second spring has has been inside the Maduru Oya National Park which is now not accessible to the villagers.
Other than this, no other information is available on the this Hot Spring.
The map below shows the approximated area of the spring in Mutugalwela
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Map of Mutugalwela / Gurukumbura Hot Spring
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Route to Mutugalwela / Gurukumbura Hot Spring
Route from Mahiyanganaya to Mutugalwela / Gurukumbura Hot Spring ( Upto Mutugalwela )
|Though : Dambana Road ( It is not known if it is possible enter Maduru Oya National Park from this village)|
distance :32 km
Travel time : 45 mins
Driving directions : see on google map