Hotel Sudu Araliya

Places to visit (Little England)

Enter Paradise, But Only If You Dare…

Nestled in one of the most enviable places in Sri Lanka, the Green Hills property is tantamount to an oasis of inimitable experiences. Once you have indulged in the exquisite comforts of Green Hills, it would be prudent for you to venture to some of the most attractive places in Nuwara Eliya. You are assured to enjoy the verdant wonders of the Victoria Park, and the freezing attractiveness of Devon Falls. Once you have satiated your senses with these wonders, make sure that you traverse the historical and mystical wonders of Hanuman’s Temple. Consider this locale a Wonder of Asia, which only you are privy to.

Hidden and unknown to the world’s denizens, Little England, as Nuwara Eliya is known, should probably remain cocooned away from the world’s attention. Having exhausted all your energy, let the staff at Green Hills do what they do best, which is – spoiling you.

Hakgala Botanical Garden

Hakgala Botanical Garden

If paradise is verdant then it would be Haggala Gardens. Venture in and experience a genuine Garden of Eden.





Devon falls

Devon Waterfall

Consider Devon Falls as a genuine picture postcard moment. Capture the essence of Nature's real beauty with the click of a camera.





Gregory Lake

Gregory Lake

Cerulean and unspoilt, the Gregory Lake is a blissful state of peace that is inimitable. Consider this a tourist attraction that is sure to leave you satiated.





Victoria Park

Victoria Park

Venture out for a blissful stroll in one of Sri Lankan's finest parks and enjoy an experience that is surreal and inimitable.





The Temple Of Hanuman (Ramaayanaya Historical Story)

Hanuman Temple

Magic and history all rolled into one. This is one locale that will offer you a chance to experience some surreal Asian mysticism.





Nuwara Eliya Golf Course

Nuwara Eliya Golf Course

If you're a golfing enthusiast, make a date with one of the most loved sports in one of the most amazing golf courses in the world.





Race Course

Nuwara Eliya Race Course

Be transported to an era that is synonymous with excellence and class. The Race Course will give you a glimpse of an age gone by.





Lovers Slip Water Fall

Lover’s Leap

Witness the power and wonder of a natural spectacle, which is both sublime and frightening at the same time.





Mackwoods Tea Museum

Mackwoods Tea Factory

Get a taste of what Sri Lanka is really famous for - Ceylon Tea! It really is an adventure of sorts!






Mackwoods Tea Factory Museum

Mackwoods Tea Museum

Technology may have made the process easier, but the processing of tea will always be a fine art for sure.






St. Clair's Falls, Thalawakale

St. Clair’s Falls

Regarded as one of the most endearing attractions ever, St. Clair Falls is a veritable Kodak moment for tourists





Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church

A must for those who are adherents of the faith, this church offers an excellent opportunity to soak in an era of complete calm.





Horton Plains

Horton Plains

Designated as a national park in 1988, Horton Plains is a well known tourist attraction. One of the main reasons why this park is so popular is largely due to the diverse array of species and rich biodiversity present. Nature lovers are sure to find this park a real treat; visitors can catch a glimpse of Wild boars, Stripe-necked Mongooses, Sri Lankan Spotted Chevrotains, and Indian Muntjacs just to name a few. Additionally, there are 21 species of birds, some of which includes Wild boars, Stripe-necked Mongooses, Sri Lankan Spotted Chevrotains, and Indian Muntjacs.


Waterfalls

Waterfalls in Nuwara Eliya

Little England really does offer a plethora of sights and sounds that are sure to leave you with many memories. The fact is that this unique locale is a wondrous creation of nature, which is a paradise of sorts. Visitors to Nuwara Eliya should certainly visit the numerous waterfalls that attract hundreds of visitors a week. Waterfalls such as Devon Falls, Lovers Slip Waterfall, St. Clairs Falls, Ramboda Waterfall, and Hellboda are truly captivating to say the least. All of the these waterfalls are in close proximity to each other and will offer visitors an enthralling Kodak moment.


Bird Watching

Bird Watching

When it comes to bird watching in Nuwara Eliya, it must be said that Victoria Park provides some excellent ornithological opportunities. There are interesting array of indigenous bird species presented for sighting. In the midst of the more fascinating species, you might be able to catch a much-wanted glimpse of the Pied and Scaly Thrush, Kashmir Flycatcher and Indian Blue Robin. It would be prudent to mention that bird watching may also be enjoyed at the Horton Plains National Park, which is a 40-minute drive, where species such as Purple-Faced Langur, Dull-Blue Flycatcher and Yellow-Eared Bulbul could be spotted.


Galways Land National Park

Galways Land National Park

The perfect escapade awaits here for those who consider themselves Nature enthusiasts.