St.Clair's Waterfall
St.Clair's Waterfall - Talawakele

St. Clair's Thawalanden Falls is a great place to beautify Nuwara Eliya. Located in Talawakele, Nuwara Eliya, it is a well-known tourist destination in Sri Lanka that attracts a large number of tourists every year. This waterfall is one of the six waterfalls affected by the Upper Kotmale Hydro Power Project. The Great Waterfall has two "Great Falls" (260 feet) high and two "Small Falls" (160 feet). Sri Little Niagara Falls is one of the deadliest waterfalls here. Located in: Close to the main road from Avissawella to Nuwara Eliya, St.Clair's Falls can be seen on the main road from the railway line to Talawakel. Best time to visit: February to April Read More

Horton Plains National Park
Horton Plains National Park - Ohiya

Horton Plains National Park is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, covered by montane grasslands and cloud forests, located at an altitude of 2,100 m above sea level, covering an area of 3,169 hectares, giving it an astonishing elevation between the second and third highest mountain ranges in the mountains. The Horton Plains are home to a large number of endemic flora and fauna and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site . The Horton Plains are one of the most important watersheds of all the major rivers in Sri Lanka. Read More

Kirigalpotha Mountain
Kirigalpotha Mountain - Ohiya

Maha Eliya Plain or Horton Plains is one of the fascinadoras destinations in the map of the tourist of the world. But the 'Kirigalpottha' peak, second only to Pidurutalagala, which can be reached on foot through a footpath in the middle of the green forest, is a beautiful destination that tourists avoid on their way to the Horton Plains. Read More

Totapolakanda
Totapolakanda - Nuwara Eliya

Thotupola Kanda, the third highest mountain in the country, is located within the boundaries of the Horton Plains National Park, close to the village of Pattipola in the Nuwara Eliya District. Situated at an altitude of 2357 m, this mountain is also important as an ecosystem that provides habitat for many endemic flora and fauna. Read More

Bomburuella Waterfall - Uva Paranagama
Bomburuella Waterfall - Uva Paranagama

Bomburuella Waterfall is the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka. This is also known as "Perawalla Falls". Bomburuella Waterfall is 50 meters high. It is made up of a collection of 10 small waterfalls. The origin of the waterfall is a lake in the central highlands of Sri Lanka. Bomburuella Waterfall is an amazing waterfall located in Perawella which is considered as the border of Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts. Read More

Devon Falls
Devon Falls - Talawakale

It is located 6 km from Talawakale. The waterfall was named after Devon, a pioneer English coffee planter. This Devon Falls, also known as the "Veil of the Valley". Devon Falls is 97 meters (318 feet) high and is the 19th highest point in Sri Lanka. It has an altitude of 1,140 meters (3,740 feet) above sea level. This falls is created by a tributary of the Kotmale Oya, a tributary of the Mahaweli River. Read More

Pudalu Oya Ella
Pudalu Oya Ella (Dunsinane Falls) - Kotmale

Pudaluoya Falls (Dunsinan Falls) is a waterfall located in the Kotmale Divisional Secretariat Division in the Nuwara Eliya District of the Central Province of Sri Lanka. It flows in two parts and has a total elevation of 328 feet (100 m). Pulu Oya Falls is located in the Kotmale Divisional Secretariat in the Nuwara Eliya District. The highest of the three floors of the falls, the Pudaluoya - Nuwara Eliya road, is the shortest but most beautiful section. Read More

Lover's Leap Waterfall
Lover's Leap Waterfall - Nuwara Eliya

Another beautiful waterfall in the Nuwara Eliya District. It is located at a distance of about 5km from Nuwara Eliya on the side called Hawa Eliya. It is 30 meters high. Exactly at the Pidurutalagala reserve boundary. You can reach the bottom of the waterfall and the top of the waterfall. The road to the top is difficult. Slippery. We have to jump over the fence on the way. Nuwara Eliya town can be seen from the top of the waterfall. It looks good on a foggy day. Read More



Kadiyanlena Falls
Kadiyanlena Falls - Nawalapitiya

The name 'Kadiyanlena Ella' came to this waterfall with the legend of the past called 'Broken Falls'. In fact, the name is apt for this waterfall. That is to say, this waterfall falls into three parts. Two sections of it break up at the top of the main road and the other at the bottom. If you want to go to this waterfall, you have to come to Nawalapitiya town and go about 7km on Talawakele road. It is easy if you go in your private vehicle. Read More

Single tree hill temple
Single tree hill temple - Swarnagiri Maha Viharaya

Single tree hill temple (Swarnagiri Maha Viharaya) is a Buddhist temple located on a newly built single tree hill in the Nuwara Eliya District. It is also known as the 'Single Tree Mountain Temple' as it is located close to the Single Tree Mountain. It is a popular Buddhist temple located in Nuwara Eliya. The temple attracts a large number of ordinary devotees who Read More


Moon Plains
Moon Plains - Nuwara Eliya

The main attraction here is the 360-degree view of the surrounding mountains and cities, as well as the small end of the world. It is a vast open area where cattle, buffaloes and deer can be seen, of which more than 100 species have been recorded, 16 of which are endemic to Sri Lanka. Nine mountains of Sri Lanka can be clearly seen from the top of the Moon Plains. Read More

Ambewela Farm
Ambewela Farm - Ambewela

The Ambewela farm is located about 17 km southeast of Nuwara Eliya. Ambewela is located on the road to Horton Plains National Park. As you walk along this road you will see many breathtaking views. It is like a green sea with beautiful grass growing in one place. Ambewela is located at an altitude of 6,064 feet. In winter you can see snow and ice. Read More

Pattipola Railway Station
Pattipola Railway Station - Pattipola

Situated at an elevation of 6225 ft above sea level, Pattipola is the tallest railway station in Sri Lanka. Pattipola is a popular railway station for both local and foreign tourists. From Colombo you can reach Pattipola directly. It was on the Colombo-Badulla train. Pattipola Railway Station is one of the most unique railway stations on the Kandyan Railway. This tunnel is the third longest tunnel (321.95 m) in Sri Lanka and the tallest tunnel in the country. Read More

Pidurutalagala
Pidurutalagala - Nuwara Eliya

Mount Pidurutalagala, the highest mountain in Sri Lanka, is located at an altitude of 2524 m above sea level and is 12.3 km from the Nuwara Eliya District. Most of the day is covered in fog. Pidurutalagala hill is a horizontal rocky plain. What is special about this place is that it has a radar system of the security forces controlled by the Sri Lanka Air Force. In addition, the towers of the Rupavahini Corporation and the radio transmission towers have been constructed at this place. Read More

Aberdeen Falls
Aberdeen Falls - Ginigathhena

Aberdeen Falls is a 98 meter (322 ft) high waterfall in Kehelgamu Oya in Nuwara Eliya District. Kehelgamu Oya is a major tributary of the Kelani River. To reach the Aberdeen Falls from Ginigathhena, take the Ambatale Road to the end of the road to the Buddha Statue. This beautiful waterfall is located after a 1.2 km walk along the road. Killing is reported by bathing and swimming in the middle of the pool. Read More

Hakgala Botanical Gardens
Hakgala Botanical Gardens

Hakgala Botanical Gardens can be reached by traveling about 15.5 km on the Peradeniya-Badulla road from Nuwara Eliya town. It is a very popular place among small children. The best time to visit this place is from mid-March to the end of May. This is the time of flowering. You have to pay to enter the Hakgala Botanic Gardens. It varies according to age, local and foreign nationality. Read More

Kabaragala Rock - Dolosbage mountain range
Kabaragala Rock - Dolosbage mountain range

Mount Kabaragala is located at an elevation of 1506 m above sea level and is the highest mountain in the Dolosbage mountain range. Among the other mountains, with the location, many people climb this mountain looking to camp. At the bottom of the hill are a lonely pine forest and a tea plantation. If coming from Bulathkohupitiya side you can reach Derugala, Dolambage via Pelampitiya and reach Meriwila Junction. Read More



Haritha Kanda
Haritha Kanda - Bogawantalawa

Bogawantalawa is a scenic spot located between the butterfly sanctuary in the heart of Sri Lanka and the eastern part of the Mahaeliya plain. Based on such an ecosystem, Little New Zealand or "Green Mountain" can be described as a tourist destination that has recently attracted the attention of mountaineers and overnight campers. To reach Haritha Kanda, one has to travel from Colombo to Hatton via Avissawella on Read More

Hope Natural Pool
Hope Natural Pool - Nuwara Eliya

The Hope Natural Pool is located in the Hope Estate adjacent to the Pidurutalagala Reserve. This has been constructed by crossing the Pattaramale canal which starts from the Pidurutalagala reserve. The access road to the jungle along the canal road also adds a strange beauty. At the same time, the wooden bridge across the canal is a wonderful creation. The summer cabin built near the swimming pool adds to the beauty of the pool. Read More

Nanuoya Waterfall
Nanuoya Waterfall - Nanu Oya

From Nuwara Eliya you can cross the Nanu Oya and turn right at Radella Shortcut Road to reach this small but beautiful waterfall located in the Glassaugh Estate. If the water level in Nanu Oya is low during the rainy season, this waterfall is only a small stream. A place where you can have fun without harm, the water of this beautiful waterfall is not suitable for face-to-face drinking. However, this is a place not to be missed. Read More

Gallway's Land National Park
Gallway's Land National Park

Galway's Land National Park is a small jungle close to town, you can see the birds if you go in the morning, especially the dark blue Masimara. 2.3 km around. See the wonder of the jungle. This is an old jungle that was not even cut down in the time of the whites. But on sunny days in Nuwara Eliya, it is very dark in the jungle during the rainy season so don't take it with you on those days as it is very dark, this is a safe place so don't be afraid, you can go by any vehicle. Read More

Gregory Park
Gregory Park

Anyone entering the city of Nuwara Eliya will no doubt miss Gregory Lake in Nuwara Eliya. Lake Gregory is popular not only in the spring of April but also in other seasons. It does not apply day and night. So much so that it is a beautiful environmental memory. Lake Gregory was created during the British colonial period. Read More

Victoria Park
Victoria Park

Victoria Park is a public park in Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka. It is said that a German princess who visited Nuwara Eliya in the past had planted an oak tree in this land at the beginning. Great place for some sniper teams to camp. There are also great places to take photos. Read More

Great Western Mountain
Great Western Mountain

The Great Western Mountain Hike is the seventh highest mountaineering event in Sri Lanka. The Great Western Mountain climb is a bit of a difficult climb but can be approached even by an amateur. Great Western Mountain range with the most attractive surroundings of beautiful Nuwara Eliya is a great experience for a nature traveler. Read More



Damro Labookellie Tea Lounge
Damro Labookellie Tea Lounge

Traveling 16 km from Nuwara Eliya on the Kandy Road, you will find the Damro Labookellie Tea Lounge. It is one of the oldest tea estates in Lanka and is about 150 years old. Visiting the Damro Labookellie Tea Lounge gives you the opportunity to visit the tea factory and taste the tea for free. Also, it is the perfect place for any tired traveler to relax and get some fresh air, this is definitely a must visit place when you come to Nuwara Eliya. Read More

Moon Plains Agro Park
Moon Plains Agro Park

Moon Plans or Moon Plain Agro park is one of the must visit places for those who are visiting Nuwara Eliya as well as those who are interested in home gardening. Sita Eliya Agro technology park is a garden designed according to the Edible Landscaping Concept where you can get the practical knowledge required for home gardening. In addition to all the vegetables that can be grown in Nuwara Eliya Read More

Aadishakti Seeta Amman Temple
Aadishakti Seeta Amman Temple

Nuwara Eliya is about 8 km from Badulla road and it is right next to the road. Everyone knows the story of Rama Ravana Sita. As a place of worship for Hindus, it is often inhabited by Indians. There is a good toilet system. Read More

Shanthipura
Shanthipura

Shanthipura village is located at a distance of about 7 km on an invisible hilltop in the town of Nuwara Eliya in the Nuwara Eliya District. Situated at an altitude of about 7339 feet above sea level, it is a beautiful village Read More


Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church This is the oldest church built in 1852. It has a very old piano, there is a cemetery from the time of the whites. Nuwara Eliya old railway station. Now this is the bus depot. The old buildings are still there. Even the old stage is still there. Read More

Postal Holiday Home
Postal Holiday Home

Nuwara Eliya Post Office, one of the oldest post offices in Sri Lanka, was built in 1894 by the British. It is located in the heart of Nuwara Eliya. The Tudor style two storey red brick building is another attraction that attracts visitors to Nuwara Eliya. Read More


Kurundu Oya Ella Falls
Kurundu Oya Ella Falls - Walapane

Kurundu Oya Ella Falls is located close to Walapane town. It is a mistake for many people to name the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka as Kurundu Oya Ella Falls. This is the third highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The second highest waterfall is Kalugala Garadi Falls. The height is 240 meters. Kurundu Oya Ella Falls is 207 meters high. The waterfall formed by Kurundu Oya joins the Mahaweli River. Read More

Galpotta or Sudugala Falls
Galpoththa or Sudugala Falls - Nawalapitiya

Sudugala Falls or Sudugala Falls is a beautiful place to visit in Nawalapitiya. From Nawalapitiya town take the Wewegama bus and get off at the Bakery Junction and take the road to the left of the Y Junction. Or get on the Mapakanda bus and get off at the Auckwin Hotel in Hein. A three-wheeler from Nawalapitiya costs around Rs. 250-300. Take a bath in a safe place as there are deep holes. Read More


Maskeliya - Nuwara Eliya
Maskeliya - Nuwara Eliya

Maskeliya is a city in the Central Province, made up of three estates. It is a beautiful city with a very temperate climate rich in water, mountains, and waterfalls.This place is also known as the crash site of the Martinair Flight 138, the worst air disaster in Sri Lanka in 1974. This place is located on the way to visit Sri Padasthanaya (Adam's Peak ). Due to this, it has become a tourist attraction. Read More

Mandaramnuwara
Mandaramnuwara - Padiyapelella

Many people think of Mandaramnuwara as a city. But this village, which is 54 km away from Walapane road and 13 km away from Padiyapelella, is still unnoticed by many. Literally a day, the village is shrouded in darkness, and there are 14 beautiful waterfalls in the area. You can visit 6 main waterfalls in two days. Among them Kolapathana Falls and Kabaragala Falls have a special place. Read More


Laxapana Falls
Laxapana Falls - Maskeliya

Laxapana Falls is the 8th tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka and is ranked 625th in the world. It is located in the Kehelgamu Oya in the Maskeliya area in the Nuwara Eliya District. The waterfall has the names of Dual Hydro Power Plant, Old Laxapana Power Plant which generates 50 MW and New Laxpana Power Plant which produces 100 MW. Popular legends say that this is the place where the Lord Buddha prepared Read More

Saptha Kanya (Seven Virgins Mountain)
Saptha Kanya (Seven Virgins Mountain) - Maskeliya

If you love mountaineering, this is another place to go. The Saptha Kanya (Seven Virgins Mountain) in the village of Maskeliya in Sri Lanka is a very beautiful place.There is another story to be told about the Saptha Kanya (Seven Virgins Mountain). The biggest plane crash in Sri Lanka took place at this place. No doubt you have ever heard of the Sleeping Virgin Mountains. Read More


Chariot Path
Chariot Path - Pussellawa

This mountain range is located in the Nuwara Eliya District, more than 2100 meters above sea level. It is also known as the 'Chariot Path' meaning the road on which Ravana's chariot traveled and the villagers call it 'Pittani'. The quest for this beautiful land begins at the Florotoft Estate in Pussellawa. This is a private estate. There are a few difficult trails to go the footpath runs through a mountainous forest. Read More

Galboda Falls
Galboda Falls - Nawalapitiya

Galboda Falls is located in a beautiful place in the Galboda estate on the Nawalapitiya-Hatton railway line. It is formed by the Hanguran Oya and is about 30 meters high. Due to its recent popularity, the waterfall attracts a large number of local and foreign tourists. The area where this waterfall is located belongs to the Central Wet Zone. Read More


Ranamure Pihilla
Ranamure Pihilla - Kotmale

Ranamure Pihilla is a natural bathing place located in the Kotmale area of the Nuwara Eliya District in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. The pillar of this battlefield. Located at the top edge of a beautiful small paddy field.A stream of water about a foot wide fell on the head and the human body this cleansing battlefield is a ravine where people from nearby villages flock to bathe. Read More

Puna Ella Falls
Puna Ella Falls - Ramboda

Ramboda Falls is located on the main road from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya, just past the Ramboda Tunnel. There are two parts of the falls called Ramboda Falls and Lower Ramboda Falls. Ramboda Falls is the 11th tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka and the 729th largest waterfall in the world. In addition to Ramboda Falls, another small waterfall cascades down. This Poona Falls takes a different Read More


Gerandigini Ella
Gerandigini Ella - Nuwara Eliya

This waterfall is not unfamiliar to anyone traveling from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya but it is a beautiful waterfall that is not accessible to many people. This stream, which feeds the Ramboda Perattasi Estate, forms a 100 m (308 ft) high waterfall at the bottom of a high hill and joins the Poona Oya which flows from Ramboda and eventually feeds the Kotmale Reservoir. Read More

Little England Cottages In Nuwara Eliya
Little England Cottages In Nuwara Eliya

The Little England Cottage Complex, about 2.5 km from Nuwara Eliya, is the brainchild of Tudor, Elizabeth, Victorian, Edward, Stuart, Jacobian, and Georgian architecture. This apartment complex is located in the beautiful surroundings of Nuwara Eliya. Little England Cottages are located in a part of the Pedro Tea Estate in the Nuwara Eliya Municipal Council. Read More


Ramboda Falls
Ramboda Falls - Pussellawa

Ramboda Falls is a beautiful waterfall located in the Pussellawa area of the Nuwara Eliya District in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. The height is about 109 m. Ramboda Falls is the 11th largest waterfall in Sri Lanka. It is the 729th largest waterfall in the world. This is also known as Poona Falls. This waterfall was created by the Poona Oya, a tributary of the Kotmale Oya. This waterfall takes the Y shape of a base. Read More

Oliphant Tea Estate
Oliphant Tea Estate In Nuwara Eliya

Oliphant tea Estate is located between Ramboda and Nuwara Eliya in the Nuwara Eliya District in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. This garden has been named as a tea estate of historical value as the first 30 tea plants imported from China to Sri Lanka were planted in this garden. The tea estate was then owned by a British man named Lawrence Oliphant. Read More