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National Park
“Horton Plains National Park is a beautiful nature reserve with mysterious landscapes and mountains. The park is located on a 2000-meter high plateau and includes grasslands, thick forests, foggy lakes, waterfalls and huge rocks. It is an excellent place for birdwatchers, but there are more animals such as boar monkeys, deer and even some leopards. The most famous highlight in the park is World’s End. Here the plateau ends in a deep abyss of 870 meters. This provides an amazing view of the surrounding villages, tea plantations and the valley. You have the best view at sunrise in the dry season (October to March). After 9 o’clock in the morning it is often very foggy.   Travel tips Horton Plains & World’s End – Horton Plains is approximately 1 hour’s drive from Nuwara Eliya. You can book a complete tour or just the transport. A return by minivan costs around € 25. – The walk from the entrance of Horton Plains to World’s End is 4 kilometers. Keep in mind that you will leave Nuwara Eliya very early if you want to see the sunrise. – The entire hiking route to World’s End is a 9.5-kilometer tour where you can also visit the Baker Falls waterfalls. It takes about 3 hours at a leisurely walking pace (excluding the stop at World’s End). – Entrance fees for Horton Plains are approximately € 15 per adult, 50% discount for kids 6-12 years.   Best hotels Horton Plains & World’s End Nuwara Eliya is a good base if you want to visit Horton Plains for a day. Our hotel tips for Nuwara Eliya can be found at number 6. But sleeping in or near the park is also possible: Budget to Mid-range: Hill Safari or World’s End Lodge. ”
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“The main park in Nuwara Eliya is called Victoria Park, in honor of Queen Victoria’s 60th Jubilee coronation in 1897. The park spreads out on 27 acres of land and is full of foreign trees and flowers. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Haggala Botanical garden is 6 km away from our property and it is most beautiful botanical garden with a huge variety of flowers and plants. ”
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“who Expecting To Visit Best National Park In Sri Lanka,This Is The place for See Wild elephants and other Animals. ”
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Lake
“A humongous Lake bounded by the greenery and covered with a mist at early mornings is what you will see here. But that is now – before 1827 the entire area was a swamp with streams which had water throughout the year where the British Governor Sir William Gregory converted it to Lake Gregory in 1873. The highest peak of Sri Lanka, Piduruthalagala streamed down the Thalagala River and Sir Gregory decided on damning it but years past with several additions and renovations to it including the Hydro Power station at Naanu Oya where eh waters of the Gregory lake were directed via a tunnel.”
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Golf Course
“The Nuwara Eliya golf course was constructed in 1889 by a Scottish soldier of the Gordon Highlanders for the British servicemen and officials who were posted at Nuwara Eliya. The course covers approximately 40.5 hectares (100 acres) of land and was originally built amidst the tea plantations of this central highland region. The course is located at an altitude of 1,830 metres (6,000 ft) above sea level. It is an 18-hole, 5,851 m (6,399 yd), Par 70 layout – the scorecard is in metres however the distance from the yardage markers to the edge of the green are measured in yards. The golf club currently has over 2,000 members.”
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“The home of the elephant gathering where every year 200-300 elephants congregate by the Minneriya tank between the months of June and September. Gets crowded around the August holidays so best before or after. ”
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“ A safari in the Kaudulla national park in Sri Lanka is a bucket-list aspiration for many tourists, which mean the place is an absolutely incredible wildlife spectacle. Located in the historic city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka, Kaudulla national park presents an ample of opportunities for travellers to spot majestic elephants in their natural habitats. In addition to the elephants, sambar deer, Sri Lankan axis deer, chevrotain, wild boar, Asian spoonbill, grey-headed fish eagle, painted stork and openbill stork are common visuals at the park. Aside from these, one could rarely capture the glimpse of leopard and sloth bear in the forest. Going on a bumpy ride through an evergreen forest of Kau”
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Belvédère
“The beautiful Bomburu Ella Falls (also known as Perawella Falls) s a collection of about 10 little-known jungle waterfalls, situated between 1500 and 2000m above sea level in the Sita Eliya Kandapola Forest Reserve. They are served by the upper segment of the principal tributary of the Uma River, known as the Duulgala River.”
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Hôtel
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“Demodara Nine Arch Bridge is 0.9 km. Little Adam's Peak 1 km and Ella Rock is 1.7 km. Guests can sample authentic Sri Lankan meals at the on-site restaurant.”
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“One of Sri Lanka's newest (2006) and smallest (29 sq hectares) national parks, Galway's Land is a dense patch of montane forest a couple of kilometres east of town. It is renowned for its birdlife, including 10 Sri Lankan endemics, as well as buffalo, wild boar, barking deer and other mammals. There's very little on-site information, but guides are available (by donation) from the park office and a 2km-long walking trail also leaves from here.”
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“Yet another site close to nature is Wasgamuwa where more than 3000 hectares of land has been demarcated as a wildlife reserve. The Wasgamuwa National Park is home to herds of elephants, sighted from November to May, the Purple Faced Langur, wild boar, sambar, spotted dear, buffalo, sloth bear, the elusive leopard and reptiles. There are 143 species of birds, many endemic, such as the Ceylon Jungle Fowl, 52 varieties of butterflies and 17 species of fish. There are also ruins of temples with an image of the reclining Buddha at Budhuruwayaya, ruins of a palace with stone pillars and ruins of small rainwater reservoirs. ”
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Waterfall
“In the past it is called Babarakanda waterfall and this is one of the most polular waterfall in Sr Lanka. Most of the visitors would like to dip in the water and makse sure take extra precautions when you use it.”
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Beach
“Despite what the name suggests, Pigeon Island isn’t about birds. This small island off the coast of Nilaveli Beach is actually one of Sri Lanka’s national parks. Pigeon Island National Park Named after the “Rock Pigeon” species which has colonized the island, Pigeon Island was designated as a sanctuary in 1963, and was formerly used as a shooting range during the colonial era. The island is home to Blacktip Reef Shark as well as Hawksbill, Green, and Olive Ridley turtles. Over 100 species of coral and 300 species of reef fish have been identified here. The island has become famous for its marine life that includes a large number of turtles and black tip reef sharks. This along with a beautiful coral reef make it one of the best things to do in Nilaveli Beach. As you can probably guess, snorkeling is the most popular activity on the island as well as just soaking up that island life on the beautiful beaches. Aside from snorkeling and just enjoying your best life, the island is also a great dive location and there are dive tours from Nilaveli and Trincomalee. Getting to the island is easy by water taxi and they all leave from Nilaveli Beach. The water taxi to the island costs 2,000 rupees for up to six people. On top of that, you must pay the national park entrance fee which is around 4,000 rupees per person.”
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