The wonder of waterfalls is well known to the millions of tourists who visit Sri Lanka and gaze at some of our spectacular cataracts.
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Kandy to Ella train ‘the best way to experience the magic and mystery of Sri Lanka’s famed Hill Country’
The train journey from Kandy, capital of Sri Lanka’s famed Hill Country, and Ella, a magnet for hikers and adventure travellers, is regularly named by the travel trade as among the best in the world. With good reason. If you want to see the full magic and mystery of our epic landscapes, this is the way to do it.
A rare moment of ‘shocking beauty’ for Gourmet Traveller as the sun sets behind Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka
A moment of “shocking beauty” as the sun is setting behind Adam’s Peak was a highlight of Gourmet Traveller writer Ruth Ritchie’s recent visit to Sri Lanka. She was hiking above Norwood Tea Estate in the Hill Country “a slow-motion glimpse into a time-warp idyll.”
Sri Lanka famous for its top-quality Ceylon tea—but it all began with coffee, still a favourite start-the-day brew
Ceylon tea is famed for its quality and taste—and familiar to tens of thousands of tourists who visit the tea estates in Sri Lanka every year. The Halifax Herald in Canada reports that “the story of Sri Lankan tea is steeped in history”—but it actually all started with coffee.
Travellers Muse hails four top reasons to visit Sri Lanka: Leopards, beaches, the Hill Country—and food!
There are lots of very good reasons to visit Sri Lanka, and the Travellers Muse names four of them, from the food to the beaches to the fabled Hill Country. As it says: “If you’ve yet to place your feet on these beautiful lands, keep reading to find out why you must.”
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_image _builder_version=”3.0.100″ src=”http://zionsix.com/travelblog.pledgeholidays/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/1-Ceylon-Silver-Tip-Tea-1-1.jpg” show_in_lightbox=”off” url_new_window=”off” use_overlay=”off” always_center_on_mobile=”on” force_fullwidth=”off” show_bottom_space=”on” /][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”1_6″][/et_pb_column][et_pb_column type=”5_6″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.100″ background_layout=”light”] Glamour mag Vogue spotlights Sri Lanka’s renowned Hill Country and our famed Ceylon Silver Tips tea Glamour...
“Rising at dawn is the best way to see this region of Sri Lanka burst into life, as the rising sun spills across lush and sweeping amphitheaters of green, and views stretch to the horizon, undimmed by early mists and the clouds that roll in mid-morning, obscuring famous vistas.”
Sri Lanka’s über-scenic Hill Country is renowned around the world—a wonderland of history, mystery and romance that entrances the spirit and nourishes the soul. No surprise, then, that travel website AWOL—“all about inspiring young Australians to travel the world”—has more than a few very nice things to say about it.
The world is full of travel bloggers. Some do it for a living, some do it for fun, some are not worth reading, while some are—including this little gem from Tracy’s Travels in Time.
A visit to one of Sri Lanka Hill Country’s renowned spice gardens was a rich and rewarding experience for a tour group from Greece organized by Pledge Holidays.