Your day-by-day itinerary

Woman picking up tea in Sri Lanka

Day 1

Arrival in Nuwara Eliya

Sri Lanka is famous for its Ceylon tea, so on the way to Nuwara Eliya we’ll arrange for you to stop off at a local tea plantation. You’ll head straight into the fields with a local tea plucker and under her guidance, pick the tea yourself before enjoying a freshly brewed cup. Later in the day, you’ll arrive at your cosy, modern hotel in Nuwara Eliya, centrally located in town and with magnificent views of Mt Pidurutalagala, the highest peak in Sri Lanka.

Man on a walking tour through Horton Plains National Park, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

Day 2

Horton Plains, World's End & Departure

It’s an early rise today and after a refreshing cuppa, you’ll be given a breakfast pack before jumping into your jeep for a trip to Horton Plains National Park. After an hour’s scenic drive, you’ll reach the plateau and soon be on your way along the beautiful 3-4 hour circular walk, taking in the many the highlights of this World Heritage national park, from wild grasslands to thick forests.

Women on top of the mountains looking down at the cloudy valley

Eventually, you will discover the highlight of this trip; World’s End. As the dusty trail reaches an opening, you’ll be met by views of a spectacular gorge and sheer cliff that will leave you feeling that the world has come to an end. It’s the perfect place to tuck into your picnic breakfast and soak up the views before the white mist rolls in.

When you’re ready, you’ll leave the hills behind and head back to Nuwara Eliya where you make your way on to your next destination. However, if you’d like to stay another night, just ask your travel specialist!

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Speak to our Sri Lanka specialist, David

“There’s nowhere like Sri Lanka. Having travelled all over the country, it wasn’t long before I fell completely in love with its beaches, tea hills, wild rainforest and national parks. Oh, and did I mention the spicy curries? They knocked my socks off!”

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