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Kandy is the perfect location to explore the hill country and immerse yourself in nature. And as the gateway to the country’s cultural triangle, you have access to a UNESCO World Heritage site and the last Lankan Kingdom. Our guides can curate a tour that’s suits your needs perfectly.
See how the various spices that are synonymous with Sri Lanka are grown and harvested. The site offers free transport to and from Kandy city.
Take a hike through the Knuckles mountain range. Home to over one third of Sri Lanka’s endemic flora, the forest has been a UNESCO natural world heritage site since 2010.
Located in a 520 acre coconut and coffee plantation, the course was named the best in Asia by Asian Golf in 2005 and also ranked in the top 100 of Most Beautiful Courses in the World by Golf Digest.
No visit to Kandy is complete without a stop at the Sri Dalanda Maligawa. Go during one of the three daily ceremonies to catch a glimpse of this holy relic.
Built by King Vikramabahu III, in honor of God Kataragama, the temple is renowned for its exquisite hand carved wood works adorning its ornate pillars and high pitched roof. A must visit for sure.
This historic forest reserve was once known as the ‘garden above the royal palace’ and draws bird watchers from around the island.
Housing over 4000 species of plants including orchids, spices and medicinal herbs, the beautifully landscaped 147 acre Peradeniya gardens attract over two million visitors annually.
The perfect spot for some envy inducing panoramic photographs to take home, the hill itself is shrouded in legend and lores. The temple which is open for worship is home to a an enormous buddha statue that overlooks the city and surrounding areas.
Built by King Sri Wikrama Rajasinghe, the lake and its island have a strong historic presence within the Kandy Kingdom and continue to be one of the most scenic walks within the city.
Formerly, the Hanthana Tea Factory - one of the first tea factories in Sri Lanka, the Ceylon Tea Museum documents the history of tea in Sri Lanka, as well as a restaurant and tea room.
What was once the bathing pavilion of the royal ladies of the Kandyan kingdom, has since been a library during the Britsh era and is currently a police post.