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Devils Staircase trekking and hiking tour : Private tour from Ella

Devils Staircase trekking and hiking tour : Private tour from Ella  - Badulla, Sri Lanka

Duration: 9 to 10 hours
Location: Badulla, Sri Lanka

From USD
$120.00

Enjoy amazing nature trekking in Devils staircase trail. Our trekking team is well experience and expertise in trekking and hiking all over the Sri Lanka, specially in Davils staircase trail and hill country ... More info ›

Enjoy amazing nature trekking in Devils staircase trail. Our trekking team is well experience and expertise in trekking and hiking all over the Sri Lanka, specially in Davils staircase trail and hill country.

Enjoy your time !

Tour Itinerary
• Arrival time will be 7.30 A.M at the Bambarakanda trail head.
• Brief description of the route and the hike.
• Starting the hike at 7.45 A.M.
• Rest stops within every 1.5 K.M.
• Refreshments.
• Lunch
• Photography sessions
• Evening refreshments.
• Reaching Ohiya by 5.30 P.M

Generally hikers choose the Bambarakanda Rest near Bambarakanda Ella Falls as the starting point to the journey if they wish to start the journey from this end. This trail goes over old dilapidated estate roads through many estates. This trail ends on the Ohiya – Horton Plains road around the halfway distance from Ohiya Railway Station to the Horton Plains Entrance. There are no markers along the route, therefore it’s advised to use a guide if attempting the journey for the first time. The route has number of folks and they could easily divert you from the original path. The trail is 15 km long from Bambarakanda and would take approximately 7 hours to complete the hike. The two most popular points on the route is the “V cut”, a channel cut through the hill to allow the road to pass through. You will come across this after entering the Udaveriya estate. Passing this, the road will go across a stream which creates the highest fall in the country, the Bambarakanda Falls.

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Devils Staircase nature trekking and hiking : Guided private tour

Devils Staircase nature trekking and hiking : Guided private tour  - Badulla, Sri Lanka

Duration: 8 to 10 hours
Location: Badulla, Sri Lanka

From USD
$130.00

Enjoy amazing nature trekking in Davils staircase trail. Our trekking team is well experience and expertise in trekking and hiking all over the Sri Lanka, specially in Devils staircase trail and hill country ... More info ›

Enjoy amazing nature trekking in Davils staircase trail. Our trekking team is well experience and expertise in trekking and hiking all over the Sri Lanka, specially in Devils staircase trail and hill country.

Enjoy your time !

Tour Itinerary
• Arrival time will be 7.30 A.M at the Bambarakanda trail head.
• Brief description of the route and the hike.
• Starting the hike at 7.45 A.M.
• Rest stops within every 1.5 K.M.
• Refreshments.
• Lunch
• Photography sessions
• Evening refreshments.
• Reaching Ohiya by 5.30 P.M

Generally hikers choose the Bambarakanda Rest near Bambarakanda Ella Falls as the starting point to the journey if they wish to start the journey from this end. This trail goes over old dilapidated estate roads through many estates. This trail ends on the Ohiya – Horton Plains road around the halfway distance from Ohiya Railway Station to the Horton Plains Entrance. There are no markers along the route, therefore it’s advised to use a guide if attempting the journey for the first time. The route has number of folks and they could easily divert you from the original path. The trail is 15 km long from Bambarakanda and would take approximately 7 hours to complete the hike. The two most popular points on the route is the “V cut”, a channel cut through the hill to allow the road to pass through. You will come across this after entering the Udaveriya estate. Passing this, the road will go across a stream which creates the highest fall in the country, the Bambarakanda Falls.

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Train tickets from Badulla to Kandy

Train tickets from Badulla to Kandy  - Badulla, Sri Lanka

Duration: 8 to 9 hours
Location: Badulla, Sri Lanka

From USD
$29.00

It is an amazing experience to enjoy scenic train ride from Badulla to Kandy.

How we do ?
We do book train tickets (seat reservation) in-advance for you and our agent will handover tickets to you at the railway station or we could handover tickets to your hotel in Badulla.
We will inform you train time and all other details via email or telephone ... More info ›

It is an amazing experience to enjoy scenic train ride from Badulla to Kandy.

How we do ?
We do book train tickets (seat reservation) in-advance for you and our agent will handover tickets to you at the railway station or we could handover tickets to your hotel in Badulla.
We will inform you train time and all other details via email or telephone.
What you should do ?
You just have to book our package that you are looking right now. Please share your hotel details and all requirements when we book the package.

You will enjoy train ride by your own. We do only book train ticket (seat reservation) behalf of you.
we would handover your tickets (seat reservation) to your hotel in Badulla. All the details will be informed via email or telephone (Train time, special notes, etc).

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Train tickets from Badulla to Ella

Train tickets from Badulla to Ella  - Badulla, Sri Lanka

Duration: 70 to 90 minutes
Location: Badulla, Sri Lanka

From USD
$25.00

It is an amazing experience to enjoy scenic train ride from Badulla to Ella.
How we do ?
We do book train tickets (seat reservation) in-advance for you and our agent will handover tickets to you at the railway station or we could handover tickets to your hotel in Badulla.
We will inform you train time and all other details via email or telephone.
What you should do ?
You just have to book our package that you are looking right now ... More info ›

It is an amazing experience to enjoy scenic train ride from Badulla to Ella.
How we do ?
We do book train tickets (seat reservation) in-advance for you and our agent will handover tickets to you at the railway station or we could handover tickets to your hotel in Badulla.
We will inform you train time and all other details via email or telephone.
What you should do ?
You just have to book our package that you are looking right now. Please share your hotel details and all requirements when we book the package.

You will enjoy train ride by your own. We do only book train ticket (seat reservation) behalf of you.
we would handover your tickets (seat reservation) to your hotel in Badulla. All the details will be inform via email or telephone (Train time, special notes, etc).

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Nuwaraeliya Day Tour From Badulla

Nuwaraeliya Day Tour From Badulla - Badulla, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1 day
Location: Badulla, Sri Lanka

From USD
$74.00

The southern hill country provides tea aficionados the chance to visit factories and learn about tea production. Often referred to as Sri Lanka ‘Little England’, this genteel highland community does have a rose-tinted, vaguely British-country-village feel to it, with its colonial-era bungalows, Tudor-style hotels, well-tended hedgerows and pretty gardens ... More info ›

The southern hill country provides tea aficionados the chance to visit factories and learn about tea production. Often referred to as Sri Lanka ‘Little England’, this genteel highland community does have a rose-tinted, vaguely British-country-village feel to it, with its colonial-era bungalows, Tudor-style hotels, well-tended hedgerows and pretty gardens. Indeed, Nuwara Eliya was once was the favoured cool-climate escape for the hard-working. With a cool though unpredictable climate, the town provides a welcome relief from the hot and humid lowlands. Walking around is a good way to see a number of sights.

Stop at: Gregory Lake
Lake Gregory is a picturesque, man-made Lake nestled at the bottom of small hills, bordering the town of Nuwara Eliya in Sri Lanka’s mountainous, tea-growing region. A visit or tour of Nuwara Eliya would not be complete without a visit to this scenic lake, with perhaps a boat ride or a walk along its shores. As the small town grew and expanded, the Governor of the time, Sir William Gregory, decided that electricity had to be introduced to the town and the Lake was originally created to generate much-needed electricity for the rapidly developing town. Lake Gregory was fashioned under orders of British Governor Sir William Gregory in 1873. The water from the lake is directed to a place named “Blackpool” in Nuwara Eliya using a tunnel, and is used to generate electricity for the town even today. Lake Gregory also serves as an important catchment area for rainwater and mountain stream runoff, preventing flooding of the Nuwara Eliya town suburbs.
Stop at: Victoria Park
In the centre of the town is the local Central Market. South of the market is Victoria Park spreading over an expanse of 27 acres with well-maintained shrubs and trees. The cluster of exceedingly tall eucalyptuses is a main feature therein. Victoria Park though is located at close proximity to the city centre, is an ornithological hot spot where bird lovers would spend long hours. River Nanu Oya that runs through the Victoria Park and a number of lakes within it supports the endemic birds of Sri Lanka as well as migrant birds from neighbouring countries and regions such as the Himalayas. Among the birds are Kashmir flycatcher, Indian blue robin, Pied thrush, Dull-blue flycatcher and the yellow-eared bulbul.
Stop at: Tea Factory & Tea Plantations
Tea is one of the three major natural products in Sri Lanka. Tea is exported along with rubber and spices. Sri Lanka is popular in western and European countries because of our very pure tea leaves that are hand-plucked from the exuberant hills in the central region.
Get your shoes on to avoid the creepy crawlies; a hat to keep your ears out of the cold. Take the opportunity to stroll around a tea plantation and watch “Ceylon Tea” as it makes its way to that warm cup you can enjoy with the backdrop of glorious Sri Lankan hills.
With the tour of the factory you’ll be able to see how the leaves are withered, sorted, graded and packed into packs. Signed, sealed and delivered for you to take back home for friends…or to keep it yourself!
Stop at: Seetha Amman Temple
On the way to the Hakgala Gardens, near the 83km post, is the colourful Hindu Seetha Amman Temple at Sita Eliya. It’s said to mark the spot where Sita was held captive by the demon king Rawana, and where she prayed daily for Rama to come and rescue her. On the rock face across the stream are circular depressions said to be the footprints of Rawana’s elephant.
Stop at: Ramboda Falls
Rivers, as they flow over uneven ground or down mountains, often split into tributaries or form waterfalls. Sometimes two tributaries of the same river may form twin waterfalls very close to each other as the water spills down cliffs and rocks. However, it is quite uncommon for the tributaries to combine after forming the waterfalls making a Y shape.
This unique and beautiful sight can be seen at the Pussellawa area of Nuwara Eliya, at the Ramboda Pass. The Ramboda Falls in Sri Lanka or Ramboda Ella or Puna Ella as these falls are called is created from Puna Oya, a tributary of Kothmale Oya. It makes a twin with Dunsinane Falls which is created by Pundalu Oya, also a tributary of Kothmale River, and combines at the base to form a Y shape.

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Kithulgala Day Tour From Badulla

Kithulgala Day Tour From Badulla - Badulla, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1 day
Location: Badulla, Sri Lanka

From USD
$127.00

Surrounded by low wooded hills, the small village of Kitulgala is perhaps best known for being the location where David Lean filmed bridge on the River Kwai (1957). Kitulgala Serves as a base for a range of adventure activities, such as white-water rafting ... More info ›

Surrounded by low wooded hills, the small village of Kitulgala is perhaps best known for being the location where David Lean filmed bridge on the River Kwai (1957). Kitulgala Serves as a base for a range of adventure activities, such as white-water rafting. Kitulgala is a small town in the west of Sri Lanka. It is in the wet zone rain forest, which gets two monsoons each year, and is one of the wettest places in the country. The stretch of Kelaniya River around Kitulgala is considered to be the best place for white water rafting in Sri Lanka. The main rafting stretch is about 4 km (3 miles) long and the rapids vary from Grade 3 to 5 depending on rainfall.

Stop at: Enjoy White Water Rafting

Experience White Water Rafting in the Picturesque Kelani River, covering 5 major rapids and 4 minor rapids. In addition to the white water rafting, Kitulgala affords the opportunity to engage in nature adventure, jungle trekking, outdoor camping, mountain biking and Bird Watching. The Kitulgala run takes about 90 minutes to complete. Each rapid brings off its own distinctive character. Their colourful names which include Head Chopper, Virgin’s Breast, Butter Crunch, Killer Fall and the Rib Cage could perhaps carry indications as what you can expect.

In addition to whitewater rafting; Kithulgala is also a natural centre for many other adventure sports, including abseiling, canyoning, white water and flat water kayaking and many more. As such Kithulgala has an adventure sports base with highly trained instructors, safety equipment and medical assistance if required.

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