Haputale is one of the unique places in Sri Lanka. You will be standing on a Mountain top being able to see Landscapes of North, South West and East. The South geo plane run towards Distance Sea and north runs to far Mountains of Nuwaraeliya and Ella. The eastern plane is one tea plantation that disappears into far sky and green valley of Buduruwagala Paddy fields and forest. The Climate is cool in this Tea City.

See the magnificent sceneries which can be seen only in Haputale. Our holiday home is located in one of the best view point of the area. Therefore you can experience this unique view sitting in our garden. The scenery is value added with the tea plantation just in front of the holiday home.

Vangedigala

A scenic route through pine forests, grasslands, waterfalls and at the top, a one of a kind view! The hike in Wangedigala Mountain is famous among local adventure hikers. The climb to Wangedigala requires a bit of stamina and for an average hiker, it can take around 3-4 hours to go to the top of the mountain. In the end, your effort will be rewarded with tons of beautiful natural sights. At the top of Mountain you can see Bambarakanda waterfall, Gommoli Kanda, Balathuduwa Kanda and many popular places..
The trail start from the road leading to Bambarakanda waterfall from Kalupahan junction.

Galapitiyagala

Set in the midst of a tea estate and surrounded by the hills of Haputale, it is in close proximity to mesmerizing sights such as the Galapitagala prehistoric stone statue, waterfalls like Bambarakanda, Lanka Ella, Diyaluma, Dutch Fort and the Soraguna Temple. With its picturesque view, it makes an excellent choice for those looking for a getaway from the busy urban life

Bambarakanda

Bambarakanda is the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka with a sheer drop of a 263 meters. In the world ranking its the 299th tallest waterfall in the world. The fall lies in the Badulla District among a evergreen forest in the Kalupahana Area. This is not a wide waterfall but drops as a thin line from a rocky outcrop. The fall is formed by the Uduweriya Haputale mountain and Kuda Oya, a tributary of Walawe River. It is 5 km from Kalupahana junction on Badulla-Colombo road.

Lanka falls

Lanka Ella Fall is one of the few waterfalls unspoiled by the human activity due to the location. This falls lies about 1 km away from the Bambarakanda Falls and is accessible only by foot.The waterfalls gets its name from the rock pool below the falls which resembles a tear drop, the shape of the island of Sri Lanka. This pool is said to be extremely deep and is not suitable for bathing. The waterfall is reached by foot from the road leading to the Bambarakanda Falls. Take the foot path which leads to the top of the Bambarakanda Falls. You can reach the waterfall by trekking about 1 km in the forest

Diyaluma

The 171m-high Diyaluma Falls is Sri Lanka’s third-highest waterfall. Cascading down an escarpment of the Koslanda Plateau, the falls leap over a cliff face and plunge (in one clear drop) to a pool below. It’s more impressive in the rainy season. Diyaluma Falls is 13km west of Wellawaya; any bus heading to Haputale passes by.

Devills staircase

The route connecting Kalupahana to Ohiya cannot be really called a road. What it is, is an adventure. If Hiking Is Your Thing, The Devil’s Staircase Is Probably The Most Enjoyable And Possibly The Most Challenging, Road Hike In Sri Lanka. For 4×4 Enthusiasts, Mountain Bikers, Or Off-Road Motorcyclists, This Is A Trail Worthy Of Any Bucket List.
The scenery is spectacular, with stunning views to the southwest over the lowland plains of Sri Lanka. The Haputale Range is on the southern edge of the Central Highlands, and the slopes drop thousands of metres down to the vast Udawalawe Basin, stretching away to the southern coast. On clear days, you can catch the glint of the sea, and if you’re lucky enough to be camping up here on a clear night, watch for the flash of the lighthouse at Dondra Head, the southernmost point of Sri Lanka.

Horton Planes

Horton Plains in Sri Lanka, is the coldest and windiest location in the country. It consists of ecosystems such as Montane evergreen forests, grasslands, marshy lands and aquatic ecosystem. At an altitude of 2,100 meters above sea level, Horton Plains spreads across over 3,169 hectares of the highest tableland of the island. In view of the large number of endemic flora and fauna species, Horton Plains was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 30th July 2010. .
Horton Plains is spread over the southern ridge of the central highlands in between Nuwara Eliya and Haputale. The tourists approaching Horton Plains from Nuwara Eliya find an entrance point at Pattipola while those approaching from Haputale find an entrance point at Ohiya. Three kilometers drive from either entrance leads to the newly built visitors center. Visitors center exhibits interesting displays on the history of flora and fauna of Horton Plains.

Lipton Seat

The Lipton’s Seat lookout is one of Sri Lanka’s most impressive viewpoints (unless it’s misty and cloudy of course, which is why early morning is the best time to visit). The Scottish tea baron Sir Thomas Lipton used to survey his burgeoning empire from here, and today it’s said you can see across emerald hills and tea estates to no fewer than seven different provinces.

It is located on the top of Poonagala Hills, 7 km from the Dambatenne tea factory in Poonagala close to HAPUTALE. It is recommend it to visit Lipton`s Seat before 10am, before the mist sets in.

Adhisham monastery

A four km drive from Haputale will lead you to Adisham, a monastery run by Benedictine Monks. Wrapped in the tranquility of the misty hills, Adisham Bungalow attracts every eye that falls on it. The house is not the only attraction at Adisham. It is surrounded by beautiful orchards that yield English fruit and spacious lawns. The garden lay-out is also British and, as in the house, the incomparable scenery is used to the best effect. The terraced lawns, flowerbeds and orchard, like the drawing room, study, library, dining room and bedrooms, look out on lofty mountain ranges, all between 1,800 and 2,100m above sea level, etched sharply on the skyline to form a curious outline called the Sleeping Warrior.