The Damro Tea Factory located close by lets you discover the secrets that go into making that perfect cup of Ceylon Tea. Find out how the tea leaves brought to the factory by the tea-pluckers are sorted and processed into making Sri Lanka’s favourite beverage.
Nuwara Eliya, or Little England, is a quaint little town dotted with colonial-styled buildings bustling with tourists and locals alike. Enjoy the sites and sounds of the Gregory Lake, Victoria Park, the Nuwara Eliya Racecourse and so much more.
When in full bloom, the Hakgala Botanical Gardens is indeed a sight for sore eyes. The beautifully landscaped gardens feature a rose garden, a Japanese garden, an orchid collection, cedars, giant cypresses and much more.
The lush green tea plantations and narrow winding pathways that surround the Manuel Manor offer a veritable feast for those who love hiking and trekking. Take in the panoramic views and enjoy the cool fresh air as you trek through a seemingly endless sea of greenery.
The Nuwara Eliya Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Asia rich in tradition, history and ambience. A must visit place in Nuwara Eliya for all Golf buffs.
Enjoy a mouth-watering array of local delicacies and tropical fruits as you sit back and relax next to a crystal-clear waterfall. Certainly, a picnic like no other.
An absolute must-visit for nature lovers, Horton Plains National Park is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka covered by montane grassland and cloud forest. The reserve is rich in biodiversity and feature many species endemic to the region.
Mount Pidurutalagala is Sri Lanka’s tallest mountain and is rich in bio diversity. It also offers the ‘best seat in the house’ in terms scenic views of the surrounding environs and is ideal for hiking, trekking and mountaineering.
Sri Lanka’s central highlands feature plenty of majestic waterfalls cascading down the hillside. Guests at the Manuel Manor can take a quick trip to enjoy 2 of the most beautiful waterfalls Ramboda and Garandi Ella located just 8 km away from the property.
The beautiful Sri Baktha Hanuman Temple is located amidst tea plantations featuring an awe-inspiring 40-foot granite statue of Lord Hanuman. According to legend, this location is where Hanuman searched for Sita in the historic fable the ‘Ramayanaya’.