Monday, July 13, 2009

World's End Lodge - Nuwaraeliya

Is a tranquil oasis virtually on the roof of Sri Lanka, totally isolated from the everyday world. A four hour drive from Colombo on A4 highway and after the turn off at 177th K.M. post.

Comfortable and spacious bedrooms located to give a bird's eye view of Southern Sri Lanka. On a clear day you can view the Sinharaja forest in Deniyaya mountain range to the placid waters of Uda Walawe.

A place to rest and be refreshed. The swimming pool set against an incredible landscape with mountain fresh spring water. For the energetic a trek along spectacular scenery through jungle paths, Tea Estates, and a gap called "Devil's Staircase" will get you to Horton Plains, Sri Lanka's highest plateau, home to a variety of rare Fauna and Flora. A short trek or drive will get you to Babarakanda falls, Sri Lanka's highest water fall at 790 ft. This breath-taking cascade is a sight to behold. Diyaluma, Dunhinda, Ravana Falls, and the hill country resort towns of Nuwara-Eliya, Bandarawela and Hakgala Gardens, are a few hours drive.
5000 feet above sea level ‘Eagles Nest’ is the wing newly built in the World's End Lodge. Haputale and Bandarawela are the nearest towns and It is well placed for the exploration of Horton Plains, Uda Walawe game park, caves and waterfalls, monasteries and other varied hill-country attractions.
The official site of World's End Lodge is on a very poor stage. But still that Lodge is place that everybody should be once in a life time. The official site can be found here.


sri lanka SIM card said...

Sri lanka is similar with Indian life style. All Indians and Sri lankan guys are happy and feel proud on belong to Sri Lanka.

Anonymous said...

Sri lanka sim card. indians and us are neighbours! so obviously we have similarities! but we have our own traditional stuff! we are proud of our country! cause we have less natural disasters and getting all the religious blessings from Gautama Buddah! so yes! be a part of it and experience the difference!

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