Little England Day Tour
At a glance
Is this day tour for me?
If you are a fan of the natural beauty of hill country, you will love this tour. Photographers in particular have a lot to take home from visiting this town.
Can it be tailor-made?
Yes, we can customize the tour for you. If you wish to go to any place not mentioned in the route, simply inform us in advance and we will make the arrangements.
When to go
Any time of the year is fine for touring Little England in Sri Lanka.This tour usually begins at 6.30a.m as mornings are the ideal time. It is best to leave before sunrise as the drive is quite long.
Hotel – Tour Attractions – Hotel
Things you will do
Ramboda Water Falls
Taste some of the finest tea
Blessing at the Seetha Amman Temple
Explore the Post Office of Nuwera Eliya
Places you will visit
Sri Lanka is known for its massive and astounding tea plantations where tea is grown, plucked, and manufactured into different flavours of tea powder. You get the unique opportunity to visit one of the tea factories where you will learn about and be a part of the plucking and manufacturing process.
One of the highest waterfalls in Sri Lanka, 11 in number to be exact, this beautiful piece of nature has been running for the past couple of years and has been able to dazzle and amaze almost all its visitors by the unique flow of nature running through its system. Ramboda Waterfalls is indeed one of the most ideal locations to be, and relaxation and bamboozlement is guaranteed.
Constructed during the period of British Governor Sir William Gregory, the Gregory Reservoir stands in the heart of the tea country, hill city of Sri Lanka, ready to welcome any and all guests willing to bask in the beauty of the chilly streets of Nuwara Eliya.
Originally based as a testing ground for the Hakgala Botanical Gardens and was formally named to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, perfect for a cool and calm walk through the greenery that is Nuwara Eliya.
One of the most iconic buildings in Sri Lanka, and is located in the center of Nuwara-Eliya, and known as one of the oldest post offices in Sri Lanka. Its Tudor Style, Two-Storey Red Building out layer was one of the main reasons it is unique in its very own way.
A colourful Hindu Temple named after Lord Rama’s wife, is built on the exact location where the legend Ramayana believed that Seetha was made prisoner by the demon King Ravana. The temple trustees believe that this is no myth and that Sita’s imprisonment at this spot is a historical fact.
Real people, real views
How they experienced it
Not to miss in this tour
Capture the beauty of ‘Little England’ on your camera
Visit the popular strawberry store and try out some strawberry recipes
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