Sri Lanka’s Udawalawe National Park is situated near to Ella, but getting there by yourself means using cabs or limited public bus services. This private tour makes it easy, and includes a 4x4 game drive to look for Udawalawe’s elephants, crocodiles, and other wildlife. A choice of safari times provides flexibility, and there’s an optional elephant orphanage visit (own expense) en route—difficult to add if traveling independently.
Experience some of Sri Lanka’s best highland scenery on a private half-day Little Adam’s Peak and Nine Arches guided hike from Ella. Climb through tea plantations to the top of Little Adam’s Peak and enjoy the sweeping views over the island’s hill country. Then, cross the Nine Arches rail viaduct to Demodara, where a colonial-era station house presides over a looping track. A relatively easy hike with a stop for breakfast (own expense) on route.
Enjoy the tea breeze of the hill country in the tuk-tuk ride with The MICE Team. You will start your tour in Nuwara Eliya and you will be taken to visit the lovers leap waterfall and Gregory Lake. Surrounded by vast mountain range, Nuwara Eliya city is famous for the finest tea in the world. You will be able to visit “pedro” tea factory to witness the never-ending lines of tea fields. In this tour you will get to experience the tea plucking with local tea state workers. Tuk-tuk rides with The MICE Team will always be thrilling and unique for you to experience the best.
Choose your start time for this private tea-focused tour of Nuwara Eliya. Your dedicated guide will take you to two of three local tea factories: Damro Tea Factory, Blue Field Tea Garden, and OAK RAY Tea Factory and Museum. Enjoy private round-trip transportation and personalized attention that comes with booking a private tour.
Experience the biodiversity hotspots of Sri Lanka on a private 7-night wilderness experience, led by your own personal guide. Your itinerary covers Udawalawe, Yala and Horton Plains national parks, including a riverboat ride, guided trek in the UNESCO-listed Sinharaja Forest Reserve, two game drives, nature hikes, a village bicycling tour and white-water rafting on the Kelani River. Enjoy bed & breakfast hotel accommodations plus one night camping with a delicious barbecue dinner. Round-trip hotel or airport transport by private vehicle is included from Colombo and nearby regions.
Book an overnight stay in Yala National Park to secure your visit for your ideal date with this Leopard safari and glamping adventure. After a private transfer to Yala, known for its leopard population, enjoy your inclusive experience: lunch, a game drive, dinner, a night in a luxury private tent, and a dawn safari and breakfast.
Lipton’s Seat and Dambetenna Tea Factory make a popular sightseeing combo from Ella or Bandarawela, but visiting them independently means a string of cab journeys. This private tuk-tuk tour takes you to both, leaving you to focus on the sights and scenery. Ascend to Lipton’s Seat for its panoramas over tea-terraced hills, and tour Dambetenna to trace its tea-making process. Lunch and hotel pickup and drop-off make your day seamless.
Get a comprehensive tour of Ella combined with personalized attention on this private excursion. With a guide dedicated to you and your party, head out to see the three must-see sites: Little Adam's Peak, Ella Rock, and the 9-Arch Bridge. You can travel at your own pace and take plenty of time to ask questions as you go. Lunch and round-trip transportation make this a convenient option.
Sri Lanka’s hill district is carpeted with beautiful terraced tea plantations. Perhaps the most famous is Lipton Tea’s original plantation near Haputale, which still grows and sells a variety of teasA visit to sri lanka is not complete without visiting a tea plantation the tea trail is one of the best experience the clients can have about the tea plantation The tea trails is a walk about four to five hours it is walking in the most beautiful tea plantation with very nice landscape and panoramic view and a good experience for the High tea country and the panorama that Sri Lanka can offer also you will see the tea ladies plucking tea all day from 8 am to 4 pm rain or shine and also you will join the tea ladies to pluck some tea for an half an hour and you will visit one of the tea ladies house for a cup of Tea, and you will have a picnic in the tea plantation and you will meet only locals not a tourists
Experience bird’s-eye views over Sri Lanka’s tea country on a private guided hike to Ella Rock. Leaving from Ella with a personal guide to show the way, ascend past tea plantations and forests to the rock top, perched above a steep drop. Enjoy the incredible, far-reaching panoramas over valleys, hills, and peaks from here before your trip ends back in Ella in time for breakfast (own expense). A low-to-medium difficulty morning hike.
Get an in-depth look at the beautiful landscapes of Sri Lanka’s hilly interior during this 8-hour private day trip. Explore Horton Plains National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, before enjoying a guided walk to scout for wildlife as you journey to ‘World’s End.’ You’ll also visit Baker Falls, enjoy an included lunch, tea and visit a tea plantation and factory.
Land with beaches having palm trees, ruins from ancient times, beautiful reefs, and tranquil rainforests, Sri Lanka adopted its current name in 1972. If you are looking for a tour where you can explore Sri Lanka at its best and go for a hike to adore natural beauty, this tour is the best fit.First, we reach the railway station and catch the train and the journey, which will last for some minutes, is ready to treat your eyes with best views. As you reach the starting point, you will be briefed about the trek and then it will be time to start trekking. Wonderful valleys, picturesque waterfalls, and lush tea fields are in-store for you to amaze you with their delight. The trek from Bambarakanda waterfalls or Thagamalay Rain Forest leads to Kalupahana.Book now to be left with a lot of memories and an amazing trek that you will surely recommend to friends and family visiting Sri Lanka.Tour Timings: Between 8.30 am to 4:00 pmDuration: 5 - 6 Hours
Sri Lankan elephants Kanneliya rain forestUdawalawe National ParkSigiriya rock built by King KasyapaThe World’s EndWorld famous Ceylon Tea plantationsWidest waterfalls in Sri LankaOne of the largest and most impressive botanical gardensFamous Hot Springs Enjoy the most famous beach in the country
The Horton Plains National Park offers amazing hikes amongst the shadows of Sri Lanka’s second and third-highest mountains; Kirigalpotta (2395m) and Totapola (2359m), each of which rear up from the edges of the plateau. The ‘plains’ form a plateau of rises and fall over 2000m high, covered by wild grasslands and interspersed with patches of thick forest, rocky outcrops, filigree waterfalls and misty lakes. The plateau’s sudden end is famously known as ‘World’s End’, a stunning near 880m drop.
With Nitwo tour a very good English speaking chauffeur guide will be available with the tour. can ask your attraction questions and special notes. Can communicate very easily even other language also can be translated from Google translator so technology wise very good company save your time and enjoy more with us. We always your side to provide an excellent tour experience for you. And also the special attractions on the way also the history about the place to keep in your diary very clearly
life time experience about village life and a temple stay not touristic at all just nature and realmeeting a Buddhist Monks who live in the temple and Contact the Puja (Meditation) in the temple is The Most Unique Experiences in Sri Lanka Not experienced by normal travelers to sri lanka ,and the village is a very remote most of the people are farmers and they grow Rice and vegetables also Black papers we will walk in the black paper gardens rice fields vegetable grows and, in the village, This is the best walk for bird lovers this walk meanders through wonderful natural forests of Sri Lanka and beautiful paddy fields; see the country folk at work.
Udawalawe National Park, the sixth largest animal sanctuary of Sri Lanka, is located 112 miles (180 km) from Colombo in the south-central sector of the island. The park is situated just south of the Central Highlands, of which escarpment brings about an enrapturing backdrop. Udawalawe National Park established in the year 1972 with the objective of protecting the catchment area of Udawalawe reservoir, which provides water for agriculture and hydro-power generation spreads over an area 30,821 resembling an African game park.SKU: LK60092100
First, you will cycle to the majestic Ravana Ella (Ravana Falls) It is located near the village of Udunuwara. This will take about half an hour. Then on to Ravana Cave, 1,370 meters above sea level - about a 15-minute ride. You will have to climb at approx. 700 steps to reach the cave.SKU: LK60091000
Land with beaches having palm trees, ruins from ancient times, beautiful reefs, and tranquil rainforests, Sri Lanka adopted its current name in 1972. If you are looking for a tour that will allow you to trek and lasts for two days, then this is a must book.Day one starts with trekking through a protected rain forest which is ready to mesmerise you with its scenic beauty and view the train passes through the colonial-era railway line built by the British. Then we would pass through a very remote tea estate after having a picnic lunch. After hiking we would go back to our hotels. Hotels are very basic and serve tea upon reaching.On day two, after having our tea, we would start our trek and interact with the locals. Passing through “Devil’s staircase”, will help us explore why it got this name. And then after exploring a lot other scenic views we reach Bambarakanda Waterfall and have picnic lunch. This tour will allow you to have amazing days you would never be able to forget.
This full-day tour takes you on a downhill hike through Sri Lanka’s Southern hills and plains. See the most popular natural attractions in Ella. Hike through dense tea fields in Southern low country tea estates. Relax with a cup of hot tea in hand. Feast your eyes on the golden beauty of rice paddy fields. Enjoy a picnic lunch. Cool down with a bath in a crystal clear jungle stream. Three completely different vistas to enjoy, that will make this hike the most amazing!