Nuwara Eliya

Discovered and developed as a hill sort for its collection of forests and meadows and the salubrious climate Nuwara Eliya became a quaintly cloned English village. The red roofed Post Office, the granite edifice of the Hill Club, an 18 hole Golf Course, A picturesque lake and a Race Course made it a surreal Surrey village with many famous attractions and hidden treasures which are away from the tourist beaten track. They await your discovery.

Nuwara Eliya is conveniently covered under the shadows of the tallest mountains of the island with all attractions of scenic beauty, adventure and curious conundrums of nature are within easy reach Nuwara Eliya is the convenient base to explore the curious conundrums of nature found in the central hills of Sri Lanka. It has a unique arrangement of plateaus, ridges intermontane basins and valleys. Its four montain ranges are Pidurutalagala 524-metre (8,281 ft) Krigalpoththa (2,388 m (7,835 ft) Thotupola Kanda 2357m 7,737ft) Adams peak (2,243 metres7,359 ft) Namunukula (2016-metres 6617ft) the Haputale ridge and Horton plains.

Nuwara Eliya’s unique climate compared to the tropical climate of rest of the country made it a sanctuary for the British civil servants and tea planters of the early 19th century, thus leaving behind colonial bungalows and mansions from the British era. Due to this reason, it earned the name ‘Little England’ back in the day. The charm of the colonial time continues to exist today.