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Hill country

Situated in the south-Central part of the island, the central highlands comprising the peak wilderness protected area (Maha Eliya) National park and the knuckles (Dymbara Mitiyawata) Conversation Forest have been declared Natural World heritage Site. These montane forests, where the land area rises 2500 meters above sea level, are home to an extraordinary rang of fauna and flora, including several endangered species such as the Horton Plains slender lories and the Sri Lankan Leopard.

Hakgala

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The gardens are smaller and less exotic than the garden at peradeniya but an elevation of 1,707 m the species of flora is quite different. The sheer rock of Hakgala(jaw rock) also linked to the Rama-Ravana legend rises 1,500 feet straight from the gardens asss much character to the surroundings.


Haputhale

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A busy little town often covered in mist gives it a romantic expectancy. Points to see the grand colonial mansion of Adhishma, the walk upto Lipton seat (named after the famous tea magnate), Dambatenne tea estate and dialuma Falls 220 m hight, the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka.


Horton plains

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Clad in mist, located on high windswept saddle at almost 2134 m the Horton plains are an expense of misty grassland, rare and beautiful plants and ice cold stream. it is undoubtedly one of the world’s best natural reserves and eco-tourism venues in Sri Lanka.


Seetha Amman kovil

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Less than 2 km from Nuwala Eliya on the main Badulla highway is Sita Amman Kovil, believed to be the spot where Sita was kept in hiding by Ravana of Indian epic Ramayana. The picturesque hill country is deeply woven with Ramayana as Sita is believed to have been taken from one hiding place to another in this beautiful location.

Water Falls

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Sri Lanka is one of waterfall paradises of the world. Highest waterfall of Sri Lanka is Bambarakanda Waterfalls(241m). Bambarakanda, Diyaluma, Dunhinda, Ravana, Bomburu Falls, Ravan Falls, Mana Falls and such several waterfalls at Badulla district.


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