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Escorted Rail Tours to Nuwara Eliya

A colonial country town called "Little England"

With a name meaning "city of light", picturesque Nuwara Eliya is regarded as one of Sri Lanka's most important tea-producing towns. This is just one of the reasons why it is also affectionately known as "Little England".

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Sri Lanka, Temples & Tea

Discover the fabulous diverse scenery of exotic Sri Lanka on this spectacular journey through the country's cultural heritage. During this south Asian adventure we explore Sri Lanka's many glorious attractions, from its charming coastal cities to its mountain temple retreats, and from its ancient royal palaces to its magnificent Buddhist monuments.

Departs in October 2016 and from March 2017 to November 2017.
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More about Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya was founded by the British in the 19th century as a colonial hill station - mainly due to its favourable climate. Being set high in the hills (though on a plain), the heat was always less intense, and so increasing amounts of administration, along with leisure pursuits - were soon sited here.

Nowadays the British no longer live here, but the town still has a quintessentially British appearance, with pretty hedges and rose gardens marking the boundaries between charming bungalows and grander country houses. Its appearance, which is unique in Sri Lanka, has ensured that it is a favoured tourist destination of the Sri Lankan people as well as for travellers from the rest of the world.

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