Nuwara Eliya

The cozy colonial town of Nuwara Eliya located 6,200 feet above the sea level, records the finest weather for a fine spring time in England that derives the name “Little England” which Nuwara Eliya is called after for many years which was built by a British planter during the British Colony in 1800s.

Nuwara Eliya boasts of immense natural beauty that magnifies your experience in the hill country perfected by a cup of freshly brewed Ceylon Tea overlooking the mountain range carpeted by fine green leaves of tea and the cascading waterfalls that adds to the divine beauty of the area. Nuwara Eliya was established as a town in 19th century and its architecture mimics that of an English country which was adapted during the British colony if Sri Lanka. The breathtaking views of the valleys, meadows, farm lands and cultivation of strawberry, vegetation and cattle farms are popular sceneries of Nuwara Eliya.

Nuwara Eliya can be accessed through a magnificent and magical train ride through the hills that gives continuous views of breathtaking sceneries that decorates your window of a steam engine train, a first class carriage seat or an observation carriage seat that enhances your experience furthermore.