Things to Do in Nuwara Eliya

‘Little England’ or Nuwara Eliya has been a delight since colonial times. Its weather, the scenic environment and history distinguishes Nuwara Eliya from the rest of Sri Lanka. Therefore there are few things one must do when they visit this beautiful region.

Blessed with picturesque waterfalls, a trekking excursion is an ideal way to spend a day in Nuwara Eliya. Visit crowd favourites such Laksapana Falls, Devon Falls and countless more. Enhance your scenic adventure with a trip to Horton Plains and be mesmerized by its breathtaking beauty. Attracting rare species of birds, Galway’s Land Bird Sanctuary is another treat for Nuwara Eliya travellers. Rather than sticking to a land journey, get yourself a bird’s eye view of Nuwara Eliya by booking the excursion with Cinnamon Air offering top class Sri Lankan domestic flights.

Another intriguing attraction are the tombs of significant British personnel’s, situated opposite the Nuwara Eliya Golf course – an extra treat after an invigorating day of golf. While touring around Nuwara Eliya, you can also savour some freshly brewed tea from tea houses such as the St. Clair’s Tea Centre.

The things to do in Nuwara Eliya are endless!

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Things To Do in Pasikuda – East Coast Adventures

Tucked away along the shores of Sri Lanka’s enchanting East Coast, Pasikuda offers an idyllic sanctuary by the sea where one can enjoy some fun in the sun. Before heading out an experiencing the very best this coastal getaway has to offer, look to stay at a Pasikuda hotel by the sea such as Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa which makes an ideal base from which to enjoy the many activities on offer.

Being by the ocean, Pasikuda offers a variety of water sports; families can indulge in some snorkelling as they observe the fascinating world beneath the waves, while more serious adventurers can look to head further out to sea on diving expeditions, exploring ancient shipwrecks. If you are looking for more thrilling water sports you can try windsurfing, kayaking, jet skiing and banana boat rides too. For on land activities set off on a bicycle tour of the coast, heading off the beaten track and visiting fishing villages, interacting with locals and soaking up some local culture. Pasikuda is also a great destination for a wellness retreat; practice some yoga early morning on the beach amidst a stunning sunrise and end the day indulging in some personal pampering at a spa, as you find that inner peace for mind, body & spirit.

 

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.

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Things to do in Hobart – have a really good time in Tasmania

You might often wonder as to what’s so special about Hobart? Known as the capital of Australia’s island state of Tasmania, one would certainly have plenty of things to do when touring this cosy city. From the scenic Bellerive Oval to historic structures that have stood the test of time, tourists residing at serviced apartments Hobart can embark on a tour of a series of wonderful destinations. The Hobart serviced apartments of Somerset on the Pier Hobart will be suitable places of lodging during your stay in the city.

Reminisce the whaling day of the early 19th century by visiting the waterfront warehouses of Salamanca Place. Within these buildings one would find comfortable and inviting restaurants, house cafes and galleries that would be perfect for those yearning for the more leisurely pace of life. The waterfront of Hobart certainly comes alive on a Saturday as it is the occasion for the Salamanca Market to take centre stage. Celebrating the many features of the local culture, one could take time exploring every nook and cranny of the marketplace and purchase the odd accessory or snack on wholesome fare. Should you want to explore the history of the city and learn of contemporary lifestyles, then there’s no better place than Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery which is also the country’s 2nd oldest museum. You could also go for walks near the mountainside or taste the unique flavours of some of the state’s finest wineries. Parliament House and Old Hobart Town are some of the features of the locale and therefore any visitor is assured of a plethora of places to visit and things to do when in the colonial rich city of Hobart.

 

Nigel Walters is a travel writer, who writes under the pen name, Fritzjames Stephen. His content is based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life.

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