• Spend the evening at Lake Gregory which is famous for water activities
  • Enjoy the best of nature at Horton Plains for Worlds End view and Moon Plains for Mini Worlds End view
  • Get active with golf and horse riding
  • Walk through Victoria Park and Hakgala Botanical Gardens to see beautiful flowers
  • Take an air taxi from Colombo to Nuwara Eliya for convenient travelling

Experience

Boat Rides

Boat Rides

Take a boat ride to truly experience Lake Gregory, which is one of the main attractions in Nuwara Eliya. Several other recreational activities are available at this family friendly lake – stroll through the area, enjoy jet ski rides, pedal on a swan boat out or just simply lay back on the grass and enjoy the surrounding area

Horse Rides

Horse Rides

Enjoy a horse or pony ride on your holiday in Nuwara Eliya. Rides are available at the Racecourse and also adjacent to Lake Gregory. If you prefer watching thrilling horse races, there is an annual race that takes place in April, which is the peak season here.

Air Taxi

Air Taxi

Nuwara Eliya is accessible from Colombo by sea plane (30 minute flight). These air taxis land on the Gregory Lake.

Golf

Golf

Play a round of golf at the world class 18 hole Nuwara Eliya Golf Course, which is spread over 90 acres. This immaculately kept golf course is over 100 years old and has a beautiful backdrop of misty hills.

Hakgala Botanical Garden

Hakgala Botanical Garden

A visit to these botanical gardens is a must for nature lovers. Hakgala is famous for its gorgeous roses, shrubs and rare ferns, and has flowers from all parts of the world here.

Victoria Park

Victoria Park

Located within city limits, this lovely 27 acre park is a landmark feature of Nuwara Eliya that was established in 1897. During the summer, enjoy colourful roses and beautiful flowers – majority of which are foreign. The young ones will enjoy the children’s playground and miniature train ride located here.

Waterfalls

Waterfalls

Nuwara Eliya is blessed with endless waterfalls that cascade along the rugged hills making for perfect picture moments. Waterfalls to look out for include Devon Falls, St. Claire’s Falls, Ramboda Falls, Lover’s Leap Falls, Aberdeen Falls, Ravan Ella Falls and Laxapana Falls.

Horton Plains

Horton Plains

Considered one of the world’s best nature reserves, Horton Plains is the only national park in Sri Lanka which allows visitors to walk on their own, and is characterized by gorgeous scenery. World’s End is located here, which is a sheer drop of over 800 m that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding hills and valley below, as well as Bakers Falls. Enjoy a large number of extraordinary endemic flora and fauna – including captivating bird species that can only be viewed at Horton Plains, such as the Sri Lanka white-eye, Sri Lanka wood pigeon, Sri Lanka blue magpie and dull-blue flycatcher and fabulous flowers including Strobilanthes Sp. (of Acanthaceae family), Rhododendron arboretum and Exacum macranthum.

Moon Plains

Moon Plains

Enjoy a scenic mountain jeep safari at Moon Plains, where you can view seven different mountain ranges, in addition to the dramatic 360-degree view of surrounding peaks from the Mini Worlds End. Spot a variety of wildlife as you make your way through the plains such as herds of elk, wild buffaloes, giant squirrels, wild boar, wild hares, porcupines and if you are lucky, even leopards. Moon Plains is also home to several endemic birds, making it a bird watching haven.

  • Spend the evening at Lake Gregory which is famous for water activities
  • Enjoy the best of nature at Horton Plains for Worlds End view and Moon Plains for Mini Worlds End view
  • Get active with golf and horse riding
  • Walk through Victoria Park and Hakgala Botanical Gardens to see beautiful flowers
  • Take an air taxi from Colombo to Nuwara Eliya for convenient travelling

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