Hill Country Tour


The town of Nuwara Eliya still retains much of its British colonial charm that has earned it the nickname Little England. Sri Lanka Highest town marked as Nuwara Eliya. Stay & Enjoy in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 01

ARRIVAL TRANSFER/ NUWARA ELIYA

Welcome to Sri Lanka! Meet on arrival at the Bandaranayke International Airport by My Travel Partner representive & transfer for Nuwara Eliya - Check in hotel

En route visit to Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. It was established in 1975. It is an orphanage, nursery and captive breeding ground for wild Asian elephants Pinnawala has the largest herd of captive elephants in the world.

Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867. there was an increased need for human labor. Thereafter proceed to visit Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple. In the hills of Ramboda where Hanuman was searching for Sita, the Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka built the Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple which is visited by thousands of devotees every year.

  • Day Meal plan : - Dinner at hotel
  • Overnight Stay : - Nuwara-Eliya Hotel
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Day 02

NUWARA ELIYA

After breakfast at hotel visit to Seetha Amman temple. Ancient statues of Rama and Sita can be seen on one side of the temple. The temple today is a modern building with its paintings, statues and pillars decorated with sculptures; all depicting the tale of Rama and Sita.

Visit to Ashok Vatika. It was a garden in Lanka, that was located in the Kingdom of the Rakshasa king, Ravana, as mentioned in the Vishnu Purana and Hindu epic, Ramayana of Valmiki, and all subsequent versions. The Vatika has garden houses around it, built by Vishwakarma himself.

Thereafter visit to Hakgala Botanical Gardens. Complete your exploration of the hill country with a visit to the Hakgala Botanical Garden also known as the “Pleasure Garden of Ravana”. Visit Lake Gregory. Lake Gregory was constructed during the period of British Governor Sir William Gregory in 1873.

  • Overnight Stay : - Nuwara Eliya Hotel
  • Day Meal plan : - Breakfast, Dinner at hotel
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Day 03

COLOMBO/ DEPARTURE

After Breakfast transfer to Colombo. Proceed to Panchamuga Anjaneyar Temple.

  • A temple dedicated to Anjaneyar in Sri Lanka.
  • This is the only temple in the world to have a chariot of Anjaneyar.

Do a Colombo city tour. Sri Lanka’s sprawling capital is developing rapidly with a host of new hotels, smart boutiques and cosmopolitan restaurants. This is a city of contrasts where serene Buddhist temples and colonial churches nestle amid ramshackle streets and shiny office blocks. The busy Pettah market and paradise road offer interesting shopping opportunities and no visit is complete without a stroll along coastal Galle Face Green. Visit to Independence Square and Bandaranayke Memorial International Conference Hall.

Also visit Kelaniya Raja Maha Viharaya it is believed that Kelaniya is the place from where King Vibeeshana ruled after being crowned by Lakshmana. Leave for the airport to connect with the departure flight.

  • Day Meal plan : - Breakfast
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What’s included in the price?

  • Meet and Greet at the Arrival.
  • Water Bottles
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner.
  • Luxury Hotels accommodations.
  • Private vehicle
  • Chauffer/ National Guide Service.
  • All entrance fees
  • Passenger Cover Insurance.
  • Sightseeing Parking tickets & Expressway tickets.

What’s excluded?

  • Lunch
  • Air Ticket
  • Tips, Bar and other personal Expenses
Route map

Day 01

Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower. Thereafter proceed to visit Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple. In the hills of Ramboda where Hanuman was searching for Sita, the Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka built the Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple which is visited by thousands of devotees every year.

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Day 02

Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower. Thereafter proceed to visit Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple. In the hills of Ramboda where Hanuman was searching for Sita, the Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka built the Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple which is visited by thousands of devotees every year. Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower. Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower.

Day 03

Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of .

Day 01

Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower. Thereafter proceed to visit Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple. In the hills of Ramboda where Hanuman was searching for Sita, the Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka built the Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple which is visited by thousands of devotees every year.

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Day 02

Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower. Thereafter proceed to visit Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple. In the hills of Ramboda where Hanuman was searching for Sita, the Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka built the Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple which is visited by thousands of devotees every year. Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower. Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of the country. In the wake of Sri Lanka’s coffee blight, British planters were quick to discover that tea was a more lucrative industry. As the number of tea estates rose, there was an increased need for human labor. The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower.

Day 03

Visit to Tea Factory & Tea Plantation. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea with a roaring tea industry that dominates the island’s central highlands. Introduced to the country by British tea planter James Taylor in 1867, tea irreversibly changed the topography, and even the demography of .

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