Nuwara Eliya, known as “Little England" in south-central Sri Lanka, sits at 1,889 meters above sea level, boasting a SubTropical Highland climate with temps ranging from 11-20°C. Discovered by Dr. John Davy in 1821, this former British hill station is known for temperate vegetation, tea cultivation, and its landmark, Mount Pidurutalagala (2,524 meters).
Nuwara Eliya offers an unforgettable journey through Sri Lanka’s enchanting hill country. This immersive guide offers insight into the cold mist, tea estates, vistas, and more. Enjoy scenic train rides and immerse the atmosphere of this idyllic destination.
Must do Experiences in Nuwara Eliya
Discover Nuwara Eliya's allure through tea plantations, waterfalls, Horton Plains National Park, colonial architecture, and the serenity of Gregory Lake.
St. Clair's, the wildest waterfall tumbles through vibrant green landscapes, showcasing nature's splendor in the heart of the island's central highlands.
Nuwara Eliya's Victoria Park is a tranquil haven, featuring vibrant flower beds and peaceful walkways, offering nature enthusiasts a lush, serene escape.
Moon Plains, 9.3 km from Nuwara Eliya, offers stunning vistas at 6,200 ft elevation. Mini World’s End, wildlife, and panoramic views make it a must-visit spot. Ideal for jeep safaris and cycling.
Ambewela Farm near Horton Plains, 17 km from Nuwara Eliya, known as Little New Zealand, offers dairy products, scenic beauty, and tranquility. Established with New Zealand's aid, it's a must-visit.
Within a 30-minute drive from Nuwara Eliya town, strawberry farming occurs in open fields and poly tunnels. The large enterprise near Horton Plains offers tractor tours of strawberry fields, along with vegetables and strawberry products for sale.
Ramboda Waterfall, nestled amidst lush landscape in Sri Lanka, cascades dramatically, enchanting with its powerful beauty, a mesmerizing and captivating natural spectacle of unparalleled splendor.
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