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Main attractions around the bungalow

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Adam's Peak

The ascent of Adam’s Peak or Sri Pada, Sri Lanka’s holy mountain sacred since ancient times to Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Christians. The pilgrimage season runs from December to May.

The road to Adam’s peak takes you past some spectacular waterfalls & winds through the heart of some of the finest tea-growing country in the world.

Distance    – 29 Km

Time.          – Around 1 hour


Nuwara-Eliya Golf Club

The Nuwara Eliya Golf Club is one of the oldest Golf Clubs in Sri Lanka. Established in the late 19th century, it is located in the hill station of Nuwara Eliya. It is an 18-hole golf course

The course has huge changes in elevation, the greens are blue grass & run at about 6-7 on the stimp on a normal day & can play up to 9 on a tournament day when the weather is bright & sunny.

Distance    – 45 Km

Time.          – Around 1 1/2  hour


Devon Falls

Devon Falls is one of the most popular waterfall in the country specially due its clear view from the popular Hatton Nuwara Eliya Road( A7 Highway). Devon Falls named after the British planter call “Devon”, who was one of the pioneer in Coffee planter in Sri Lanka.

The Waterfall is 97 meters high and ranked 19th highest in the Island.

Distance    – 18 Km

Time.          – Around 36 Minutes 


Chirst Church Warleigh

Nestled in the hills of the tea country , is a quaint church over a 100 years old , for one moment you could be forgiven for imagining you are in a English country church rather than on a tropical island in the middle of the Indian ocean. The “Anglican Chirst Church Warleigh” in Hatton – Dickoya, by the British in 1878 with stained glass windows.

The Holy Bible was presented to this Church in July 1879. The baby Grand Piano still plays!

Distance    – 3 Km

Time.          – Around 6 Minutes 


Tea Factory Visit

There are number of tea factories around polular Tea Valley. Step on to a tea factory and get experienced the process of manufacturing and packaging world popular Sri Lankan tea.

Our friendly staff will arrange and guide, tours for interested guests.

Arrange Boat Rides

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sri Lanka’s Central Highlands, with its flowing waterfalls, plunging ravines, and tea gardens clinging precariously to steep hills, is one of the most magnificent mountainous locations in the world. Nothing better illustrates Sri Lanka’s stunning diversity than a road or rail excursion to Kandy or Nuwaraeliya (Little England). 

One of the most stunning railway journeys in the world is from Hatton to Nanu Oya (which leads to Nuwara Eliya – Little England), Haputale, Bandarwela, and Badulla. The train bends, twists, and rises through lush mountains, cascading waterfalls, rivers, deep ravines, and beautiful green tea farms, passing through multiple unlit tunnels. Let us know and we’ll make arrangements for transportation and picnic food.