After breakfast and relax morning, check out from the hotel and proceed to Nuwara Eliya. Before leaving Kandy visit Temple of the Tooth Relic.
Temple of the Tooth Relic - The Temple of the Sacred Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) was originally built by the Kandyan Kings in 1595, to house and honor the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha. Attracting crowds of white-clad pilgrims bearing lotus flowers for means of worship, the Maligawa features a myriad of intricate carvings that speak volumes of the architectural values of Kandy. Today the City of Kandy is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in part because of the Temple of the tooth relic.
On completion, proceed to Nuwara Eliya. En route visit the Sri Bhaktha Hanuman Temple.
Sri Bhaktha Hanuman Temple - According to the legend, this is where Hanuman searched for Sita in the jungles above and behind the temple. There is also said to be a pond - the ‘Sita Tear Pond' - here, which was formed from Sita's tears. The temple itself is one of the more enterprising establishments devoted to this legend and contains a granite statue of Lord Hanuman that is said to be over 40 feet tall. It is believed that Lord Hanuman was searching for Sitadevi from these hills of Ramboda. The Ramboda area is believed to be an area where Rama's forces were gathered against Ravana.
Thereafter, proceed towards Ramboda Falls overlooking the amazing Ramboda Falls.
Ramboda Falls is 109 m (358 ft) high and 11th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 729th highest waterfall in the world. It is situated in Pussellawa area, on the A5 highway at Ramboda Pass. It formed by Panna Oya which is a tributary of Kothmale Oya. Altitude of the falls is 945 m (3,100 ft) above sea level.
Thereafter, visit a Tea Factory.
Learn about the Productions of Tea in Sri Lanka: The production of tea involves a tedious procedure of plucking, withering, rolling, oxidizing and drying – a process that requires heavy machines and plenty of manpower. Once in the tea factory, you would generally start out in the plantation itself to learn about how tea is cultivated, then visit the factory where ancient machines pre-dating the industrial revolution wither, roll and dry the tea. There is normally a little time at the end of the tour for a tea tasting, either of one specific type of tea or occasionally of the various specialties of that factory.
Continue to Nuwara Eliya and check-in to the hotel and relax till the evening. Later that evening go on a City tour in Nuwara Eliya. (Without entrance fee to Queen Victoria Park & Gregory Park)
Explore the city of Nuwara Eliya and enjoy dinner at a venue of your choosing. Visit the highland city that was the premium holiday resort town of the British in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Enjoy walking through the streets with their pretty little cottages, quaint villas and beautiful mansions. Make a memory in the old red-bricked post office as you purchase a
postcard to take home or send to your friends. Relax at Queen Victoria Park and on the shores of Lake Gregory.
On completion, return to hotel and relax.