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 factory. You’ll head straight into the tea fields with a local Tea plucker and pick the Tea yourself under her guidance before enjoying a freshly brewed cup. Later in the day, you’ll arrive in Nuwara Eliya where you’ll spend the night in a comfortable hotel, centrally located in the town.

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 start this morning and after a refreshing cup of tea, you’ll be given a breakfast pack and jump into your jeep for a trip to Horton Plains National Park. After an hour’s scenic drive, you’ll arrive and soon you’ll be on your way along the plateau. This is beautiful 3-4 hour circular walk taking in some of the highlights of this World Heritage national park. With every turn, you’ll get a different view of Sri Lanka, from wild grasslands to thick forests.

View at Nuwaka Eliya town

Soon, you’ll reach the highlight of this trip; World’s End. And as the dusty trail reaches an opening, you’ll be met by views of a spectacular gorge where you’ll really get the feeling that the country 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 as you make your way to the next destination.

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If you choose this option you’ll stay in a charming colonial style hotel in Nuwara Eliya. Reminiscent of the days of the Raj, you can sip tea on the perfectly manicured lawn while taking in the striking view of endless tea plantations. Set in the cool hills around the town itself, your hotel has it’s own restaurant and bar.

Prices from: £ 175 - per person - In Style accommodation

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