The hill country of Sri Lanka is located in the mountainous region a few miles where tea is grown on large scale. Sri Lanka’s highest known mountain Piduruthalagala is situated in Nuwara Eliya. The hill country is known for its lush greenness particularly known for its wealth in the growing of tea which is one of Sri Lanka’s principle foreign exchange earners. Hill country tours has been designed to suit the comfort and pleasure of our guest who wish to relax in the mountainous regions. The weather patterns and climatic changes in the hill country are quite different from other parts of the country particularly in the city of Nuwara Eliya during certain months of the year temperatures would be below zero. The town is known as little England for the nature of the landscape and the colonial type of buildings which are still prevalent in Nuwara Eliya.
The City resembles a typical English type city which obviously is due to the fact that the British ruled Sri Lanka for over 135 years during which the city was closely identified as a city which would be found in the United Kingdom. The British constructed many infrastructure facilities such as buildings the present Grand hotel, Hill club and many colonial type buildings and also Gregory’s lake.
This 14 day 13 night tour has been designed to provide opportunities for our guest to see most of the hill country of Sri Lanka. The tour begins with a visit to the Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawela. Whilst in Kandy you will visit the Royal Botanical Gardens, The Temple of the Tooth. Whilst proceeding to the hill country of Nuwara Eliya you will visit a tea factory Visit Horton Plains in the morning. A night at Ellla. A day visit to Bandarawella spending more time in the Hill country, a quite stay in a bungalow occupied by the former British Governor is part of the tour. The tour takes you to the East of Sri Lanka where you will spend time on the beautiful golden beaches of Pasikudah, Trincomalee and Arugam Bay.