Day 4: Kandy to Nuwara Eliya
Feast your senses to the sights and aromas of late flower blooms in a cascade of colours of greens and blues.
Formally named in 1897 to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, the park comes alive with flowers around March to May, and August and September. It’s also home to quite a number of hill-country bird species, including the Kashmir flycatcher, Indian pitta and grey tit.
Horton Plains National Park & Worlds End
A silent Eden of blue skies and mountain ranges hiding faint wisps of clouds, with wild trails leading up green slopes amidst wild grasslands and patches of thick forests, waterfalls and misty lakes.
End your hike at the World’s End, an abyss over 800m deep, best seen during the wee hours of the morning.
An impressive sight, tranquil from a distance but deafening up close. Standing at 110 meters, Ramboda Falls is both a beautiful and brutal force of nature.
Blue Field Tea Factory
Take a whiff of Cypress trees and the menthol of wild mint and eucalyptus, the fragrance that flows with the air and adds character to your cup of tea.
Magnificently articulate wooden carvings lie in tribute to the God of Katharagama built during the 14th Century now in eternal union with ancient beings and future generations.