Located in the hill station known as Ambewela (also fondly called ‘Little New Zealand’) is the famous Ambewela Farm.
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 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.
Flows during the rainy season, the Wewessa Ella fall is 22m in height. The main source of water of this fall is a tributary of the Bathulu Oya.
Dowa Raja Maha Viharaya lies few kilometres away from the Bandarawela town on the Bandarawela – Badulla Road. This temple is thought to be done by King Walagamba in the in first century BC.
Though not the highest mountain of Sri Lanka, the striking pyramid of Adam’s Peak (7,360 ft) is certainly the most remarkable.
Loolkandura Estate in the Kandy district is the very first patch of tea was planted as a test after the failure of coffee plantation in Sri Lanka.
Christ Church Warleigh is an Anglican church in Sri Lanka built during the 18th century by the British. It is administered by the Church of Ceylon.
Diyaluma falls are located in Sri Lanka’s Badulla district on the Colombo-Badulla highway, about 6km east of the regional town of Koslanda, and around 30km south of Ella.
If you are planning to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life then St, Clair Falls is the perfect option for you. Also, known as the Little Niagara of Sri Lanka this is one of the wildest waterfalls here.