Railway Journey - Nawalapitiya to Nanu Oya

Through the lush green of the soothing hill country, this train journey is known as one of the best in the world.

In the 19th Century, during the British occupation of Sri Lanka, British constructed the railway lines in Sri Lanka and started the Railway service in Sri Lanka to transport Tea from the Hill country estates to Colombo Port and imported goods to the interior of the Island. So Sri Lanka's hill country Railway line goes through Tea Estates, thus making the train journey a scenic ride.Sri Lanka has three popular Train Journey and they are, Colombo Fort to Badulla is the most popular Railway track among the tourists as this goes through the Tea Plantation and most scenic landscapes in Sri Lanka's Hill Country. In this Railway line most people take Colombo Fort to Demodara station leg. In this railway line, train goes up to Peradeniya on Colombo Fort - Kandy line and from Peradeniya Station the train switches the tracks towards Badulla where you will pass Nawalapitiya,Hatton, Thalawakale, Great Western, Nanu Oya, Ambewela, Pattipola, Ohiya, Haputale, Diyatalawa, Bandarawela, Ella and Demodara stations through Tea Estates, Misty Mountains and Valleys. This is a very scenic Train Journeys in the world.There are two major trains leave Colombo in this line are "Podi Menike" Train which leaves Colombo Fort at 5.55 AM and the other train "Udarata Menike" leaves Colombo Fort at 9.45 AMObservation Saloon, 2nd class and 3rd class seats.

For this experience we will arrange Nawalapitiya to Nanu oya railway journey for our valuable guests.

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    The ​Tea Cottage Resort and Spa,
    Greenwood Estate(Pvt.),
    Nawalapitiya, 20650,
    Sri Lanka.
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    +94 77 3 100 581
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    +94 768242606
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