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  • Tangalle & Hambantota

    Nestled in the midst of misty hills, valleys and meadows, Nuwara Eliya is situated 6200 feet above sea level, making it a popular vacation spot for those looking to get away from the hot and humid tropical weather to something milder and colder. For this very reason, Nuwara Eliya was developed by British planters in the late 1800s who made it their vacation home and called it "little England". The Racecourse, the Hill Club and Nuwara Eliya Golf Club built by the British have preserved its Colonial architecture to this day.

    The season in Nuwara Eliya is April, however, that is a month to be avoided as that is when Sri Lankans come here to escape the heat and take part in various celebrations. Any other time of year is best for you to enjoy what this town has to offer.



Choose to experience Nuwara Eliya

  • A Round of Golf in Nuwara Eliya Golf Club

    • The 18 hole Nuwara Eliya golf course is over 100 years old and is one of the most scenic golf courses in the country. With uphill and downhill treks and as many as 6 water holes, this is a challenging course for pros and beginners alike. Visitors have access to the course for a nominal fee and are welcome at the bar and the lounge during operating hours.
  • Walk through lush green tea plantations, mountainous landscapes, and rural villages.

    • Nuwara Eliya is a great destination for hiking for the experiential traveller. Whether it'd be in the mountains or the flat land; tea estates or the botanical gardens, the climatic conditions are ideal for one to explore the natural beauty while burning off calories. You would stop to wonder if you are in a tropical island. The mountainous landscapes with the mist filled valleys will make you feel like you are in the Alps! The walks through the serene villages with their welcoming smile will be the reminder that you are in Sri Lanka – the hospitality capital in the world.
  • Stay in a Tea Plantation bungalow

    • Nuwara Eliya and the vicinity offer many opportunities for visitors to experience the real life in a tea plantation. Most bungalows that remind you of English Cottages provide right royal service from serving you your bedtime tea to 3 or 4 course meals for dinner. While staying at one of these bungalows, you can watch and learn the intricacies of picking tea leaves that define the ultimate quality of the cup of Ceylon tea you taste. You can also tour a tea factory to learn how tea is made from the initial stage of plucked tea leaves to the final outcome that is dried and packaged ready to be brewed.
    • Description: City in the hill country of Central Province
    • Area: 13 sq km
    • Population: 27'500
    • Time zone: GMT + 5.30
    • Currency: Rupees (LKR)
    • Demography:Multi ethnic- Multi-cultural
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  • Tangalle & Hambantota
  • Choose to Stay at

  • 4 - 5 Star

    • Heritance Tea Factory
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    • Langdale by Amaya
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    • Warwick by Jetwing
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    • Unique Cottages
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    • Grand Hotel
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    • St. Andrews
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  • 3 Star / Economy

    • Ramboda Falls Hotel
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