Hill stations in Sri Lanka

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Hill stations in Sri Lanka

The small and beautiful island country Sri Lanka is famous for many things such as magnificent beaches, ancient ruins, enthralling forests and many more. Surrounded by lush greenery, Hill stations in Sri Lanka are nothing less than marvellous. Besides offering breathtaking views, these beautiful hill stations are an ideal spot for hiking, trekking and camping.

Here is the list of 4 Hill stations in Sri Lanka

1. Nuwara Eliya, Sri-Lanka - City on the Plain, City of Light

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Known For : Victoria Park Pedro Tea Estate Gregory Lake

Nuwara Eliya is Sri Lanka's hill station famed for its tea production. With a multitude of gorgeous attractions ranging from waterfalls and tea plantations to gardens and lakes, Nuwara Eliya is the epitome of scenic beauty. Add to that the colonial-style buildings dotting the area, a golf course and the cold climate— and you'll feel like you have entered a world unlike Sri Lanka's iconic landscape; no wonder it is also called Little England!

Best Time: February to April

2. Ella - Natural facets of beauty!

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Known For : Nine Arches Bridge Ravana Falls

Ella is a beautiful town located in the Badulla district of the Uva Province in Sri Lanka. The pride of Sri Lanka, Ella showcases some fantastic views of the valleys, tea gardens and cafes while offering a pleasant climate throughout the year. The town is most famous for its iconic nine arches railway bridge which is a fine example of colonial-era construction in Sri Lanka. A trek down the railway track to the bridge is a popular activity, especially around the time the train arrives

3. Kitulgala - Best of both worlds!

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Nestled among forested hills, Kitulgala is a small Sri Lankan town in the western region of the country. Best known for being the most popular location in Sri Lanka for white water rafting, a visit to Kitulgala is a terrific combination of nature and thrill. It is also one of the wettest places in Sri Lanka. The Kelani River which flows through the town served as a filming location for the Oscar-winning movie ‘The Bridge On the River Kwai’, released in 1957.

4. Adam's Peak - Most Famous Pilgrimage Site In Sri Lanka!

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As one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in the Indian subcontinent, Adam’s Peak is a 7,359 feet tall mountain in Sri Lanka, frequently visited by people of almost all major religions.  It is widely known for Sri Pada, a foot-shaped indentation at the summit of the pyramid-like mountain. Also called the sacred footprint, the Buddhists believe that it is the footprint of Lord Buddha, the Hindus as that of Shiva, the Muslims as Adam’s, and the Christians as that of St. Thomas the Apostle.

With its captivating beauty and stunning adventurous activities, hill stations in Sri Lanka are sure to attract many local and foreign tourists.

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