Hill Country

Bomburuella Waterfall

Bomburu Ella falls, also referred to as Perawella Falls, is considered to be the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka; which streams collected water of about 10 small waterfalls from the height of 2000 meters above the sea level.

Kolapathana Falls

Kolapathana Ella Waterfall is situated in a small ancient village named Mandaram Nuwara in Nuwara Eliya. Its exact height is unknown but is believed to be not less than 50 meters.

Nanu Oya Falls

Amongst the misty peaks of the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka, lies the quaint little village of Nanuoya. It is based around a 27km long stream of the same name; originating from Pidurutalagala mountain and falling into Kotmale Oya, a tributary of the great Mahaweli.

Laxapana Falls

Situated in the town of Hatton in Nuwara Eliya district, Laxapana Falls is the eighth highest waterfall in Sri Lanka.

Moon plains

Located just off the Nuwara Eliya city, Moon plains, also known as Sandatenna, most famous for the Mini World’s End viewpoint which offers surprisingly spectacular 360’view of the surrounding towering mountain range.

Blue Field Tea Gardens

The history of blue field goes way back in 1921. Founded in 1921, the Bluefield Tea Gardens (Pvt) Ltd has established a strong reputation for producing top quality Ceylon Tea.

Galway’s Land National Park

Galway’s Land National Park is situated in hill country Nuwara Eliya within the city limits and this is one of the smallest National Parks in Sri Lanka with an extent of 29 Ha.

Ambewela Farm

Located in the hill station known as Ambewela (also fondly called ‘Little New Zealand’) is the famous Ambewela Farm.

Baker’s falls

Located in the Nuwara Eliya district and 3 kilometres away from the main entrance of Horton Plains national park, Baker’s falls sits majestic and stunning.

Dunhinda Falls

Dunhinda Falls is situated about 5 km away from Badulla town. It is 63 meters high and is considered to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sri Lanka.

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