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13 June 2020

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Hakgala Botanical Gardens

An eminent British Botanist founded the Hakgala Botanical Gardens in 1860 at an elevation of 1,670m, the beautifully landscaped Hakgala Botanical Gardens spread over nearly 3 sqkms. With magnificent views of the near by hills and the jungles of the Hakgala Nature Reserve,

the gardens are properly filled with roses andorchids, eucalyptus, pine and camphor, fruit and scented herbs and ferns an collection of flowers and

Foliage from Sri Lanka and different parts of the world.

Sight seen places In Sri Lanka

This is a combination of a full sight seeing in Sri Lanka, including Historical sites such as Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa once home to ancient kingdoms, The famous rock fortress of Sigiriya, Dabulla Cave temple still retain many relics and artifacts of bygone eras. and the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Kandy, Colonial Architectures around the country and hill country water falls are must-see places.

Activities Near Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya is also known as the little England. On your journey up the hills, you will experience the misty silent mountains covered with green tea plantations, cascading waterfalls and other sceneries that you will fall in love with. Samuel Bake, the British explorer of Nile, found Nuwara Eliya in 1846.  Nuwara Eliya became the ‘little England’ for its Victorian era structures and the mild weather.  In the past, British colonist used this beautiful city as their summer retreat and engaged in activities such as playing Golf and Cricket as well as hunting animals such as Fox and Deer.

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Hill country waterfalls

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Hakgala Botanical Gardens

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Tea Trails Tea Experience

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Hill Country’s Colonial Architecture

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Tea Factory Visit

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Train Travel to the Hill Country

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