The scenic ride from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya is one I’d never forget too soon. We meandered on a narrow highway that goes nowhere but up. As we ascend, the views down the valleys and hills are getting better and more splendid. I had to open the car window to feel the cool mountain breeze so pure it sent my spine tingling.
We had a couple of stops, too – either for more fresh coconut juice or for panoramic views. We stopped for an hour at Blue Field Tea Plantation and Factory for a quick tour and photoshoot. 😀 On our way, we passed by a lot of tea plantations that I lost count.
The Scenic Ride From Kandy to Nuwara Eliya
Enjoy the marvelous views below.
WHERE TO STAY IN NUWARA ELIYA
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