Haputale is an extremely charming little town of salubrious atmosphere that settles on the southern edge of the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka. There are numerous Tea plantations around and one can walk for all intents and purposes for a little while, while never taking a similar way twice. As it is situated at the head of a mountain go, the perspectives are remarkable. The territory has a rich bio-assorted variety thick with various assortments of verdure. Haputale is encircled by slopes secured with cloud woodlands and tea estates. The town has a cooler atmosphere than its environmental factors, because of its height. The Haputale pass allows views across the Southern plains of Sri Lanka.
The house was built in 1931 by an English aristocrat and planter Sir Thomas Villiers, former Chairman of George Steuart Co, a trading and estate agency based in Colombo. In 1961 it was bought by the Roman Catholic Church and was in this manner changed over to a religious community. The house is very much protected alongside its period fittings and furniture, and is available to guests. There are several tea estates and Hindu Kovils also at near Adisham bungalow. Up side of bungalow is a eucalyptus forest and downside of bungalow is railway between Haputale and Idalgashinna railway stations.
Lipton’s Seat is the famous viewpoint where Sir Thomas Lipton used to sit and contemplate his plantation with its stony landscape and green tea bushes. The point of Lipton’s Seat is reached by climbing for around 7km surrounded by peaceful green tea plantations and an occasional colorful tea plucker. Lipton’s Seat is best visited early in the morning before sunrise. Lipton’s Seat is perched on the edge of a huge cliff, with views all around, and on a clear day you can see the sea.
Diyaluma, 220-meter high waterfall is the 2nd highest waterfall of Sri Lanka, has different levels, and natural pools on the top. The Falls are formed by Punagala Oya, a tributary of Kuda Oya which in turn, is a tributary of Kirindi Oya. During the summer months, it's possible to swim in the falls and also, during the rainy season (Sept - early Dec), the heavy water flow makes it impossible to swim at the lower falls. The pools at the lower falls are deep enough for swimming, but are not to be dived into. It is dangerous to dive into the rock pools.
Gala Pita Gala is an uncommon rock formation found in the Haputhale area. There are three rocks and the largest one on the smaller one is balanced on a flat rock surface with small contact. It has been there for thousands of years without fallen down. Therefore it is called “Galapitagala”.
Enjoy the best opinions over tea estates, mountains, and southern plains of Sri Lanka. Haputhale is the best place for nature lovers and mind-blowing views. There are jungles and National parks can be seen from here.
The 9.5km round trip takes a leisurely three hours. Unless you get there early, the view from World’s End is often obscured by mist, particularly during the rainy season from April to September. All you can suppose to see from World’s End after around 9 am is a swirling white wall. The early morning is the best time to visit before the clouds roll in. That’s when you’ll spy toy-town, tea-plantation villages in the valley below, and an unencumbered view south towards the coast
Prabhawa Mountain National Park is a common stop for travelers in Haputhale, Sri Lanka. A rocky rough path, enclosed with fallen leaves leads you to the helm of Mountain. And the remarkable panoramic view from the viewpoint. It is 1,750 m above sea level, is absolutely worth the hike. There is a Hindu and a Buddhist temple within the National Park as well. With the sky under your feet, you will be literally on top of the world. As you are hiking through tea fields you can see Monkeys, butterflies, woodpeckers, and other animals are here to greet you from time to time on your journey.
Wangedigala belongs to the mountain range which takes pride inland the 13th highest mountain in the country. The views are amazing from Wangedigala which spans towards. This is rated as an abstemiously difficult level hike
This is one of the famous activities for volunteers. Sri Lanka conduct many plantation programs at notational parks,beach, rods, and more place you can join that programs that are available near to you