Overview: Take a boat ride to a Madhu river island, on this half day tour see master craftsmen making the famous masks in Ambalangoda and visit majestic Galle Fort built by the Portuguese and later extended by the Dutch in 1663. One of the world's best preserved examples of 17th century coastal fortifications, it is the largest Dutch fort in Asia. Spend one hour to explore the Fort. Visit a precious stone mine and a turtle hatchery and perhaps see a baby turtle hatched in front of your eyes!
Full Day Madhu River Safari
Overview: Cruise the majestic Madhu River through mangrove 'tunnels' and see dozens of species of birds, visit a secluded Buddhist monastery for lunch and explore a cinnamon plantation and a turtle hatchery. As the river flows into a lake, sail for the tiny island of Koddhuwa to visit the Buddhist temple and enjoy a sumptuous lunch. See the cultivation of cinnamon.
Overview: Nuwara Eliya is a mountain station at 6,128 ft set in a splendid landscape. Built during the 19th century, its architecture mimics that of an English country town, with colonial manors and mock Tudor country houses. It has prime golf courses, elite horse racing, the enchanting Haggala Gardens and the wonderful Horton Plains. Visit the very first tea factory - Mackwoods Labookelli Tea Factory. Labookelli Tea Centre offers a free tour of the factory and also runs a sales outlet and a restaurant there. See some of the waterfalls around Nuwara Eliya like Lovers Leap Falls, Glen Falls, Devon Falls and St. Claire's Falls. Nuwara Eliya is blessed with salubrious climate, breathtaking views of valleys, meadows, mountains and greenery.
Overview: See a spectacular sun rise from Adam's Peak, at 2200m above sea level. It is a pilgrimage spot sacred to major religions. However, it is an exhausting 7 km trek up the mountain. The season is between December and April when the summit is not misty and relatively dry. The base of the climb on the Hatton side is about 2 hours from Nuwara Eliya.
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