• The Westbury Palace - Things to do

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Things to do

Nuwara Eliya offers several excursions and activities that allow you to embrace the untouched beauty of nature in the hill country of Sri Lanka.

    • The Westbury Palace - Lake Gregory


      Distance 4.8 km, 58 mins walking distance

    • The Golden Ridge - Gregory Park


      Distance 4.8 km, 57 mins walking distance

    • The Golden Ridge - Victoria Park


      Distance 2.4 km, 28 mins walking distance

    • The Golden Ridge - Moon Plains


      Distance 7.4 km, 1hr 32mins walking distance

    • The Golden Ridge - Hakgala botanical gardens


      Distance 11.7 km, 2hr 22 mins walking distance

    • The Golden Ridge - Lovers leap waterfall


      Distance 5 km, 1 hr 4 mins walking distance

    • The Golden Ridge - Bike Rides around the hotel


    • The Westbury Palace - Lake Gregory


      Distance 4.8 km, 58 mins walking distance

    • The Westbury Palace - Cook With Chef

      Cook With Chef

      Participate in a culinary experience with out hotel grown organic harvest. Learn a new recipe during the special chef programme.

    • The Westbury Palace  - Play Golf

      Play Golf

      The plush Nuwara Eliya Golf Course and the Victoria Golf Club in Digana provides inspiration and challenges for discerning golfers. The blanketed lawns and panoramic views from every tee position offer a content strike.

    • The Westbury Palace - Single tree

      Single Tree

      A trek to the summit of Single Tree Hill offers an incredible vantage point of ‘The City of Lights’. Accessible by the Nuwara Eliya – Badulla Road, the winding road is flanked with emerald tea fields and scenic views of the landscape below.

    • The Westbury Palace -Victoria Park

      Royal Turf Club

      The Royal Turf Club is Sri Lanka’s well-known horse racing track. Whilst visiting, you can enjoy a pony ride. In April, the prestigious Governors Cup invites spectators to cheer on for the adrenaline-filled races.

    • The Westbury Palace - Moon Plains

      Tea Factory Visit

      No trip to the hill country would be complete without a visit to a tea factory. Discover the unique flavor and colour of the brews in Nuwara Eliya. The Pedro and Damro Labookellie Tea Estates provide on-site knowledge regarding the tea industry.

    • The Westbury Palace - Hakgala Botanical Garden


      The highest village of the island lies on the beautiful Kikiliyamana Mountain. Explore the village lifestyles, discover a pristine Buddhist pagoda and learn about interesting cultivation methods.

    • The Westbury Palace - Lover’s Leap Waterfall

      Witness a Century Old Pipe Organ

      Built in 1843, The Holy Trinity Church was once visited by Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. The century-old pipe organ is one of the impressive features of the sanctuary while the gothic architecture exudes a charming ambience.

    • The Westburry Palace - Lake Gregory

      Lake Gregory

      The man-made lake at the heart of the Nuwara Eliya city offers many amusements to the guests. A gentle swan boat ride on the still waters can entertain both the young and the old, while more adventurous visitors can feel the breeze while jet skiing.

    • The Westbury Palace - Victoria Park

      Victoria Park

      Named to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, the Victoria Park turns into a spectacle of colour in April. Flowering plants put on an amazing display and the benches shaded by trees are ideal to sit and enjoy nature.

    • The Westbury Palace - Moon Plains

      Moon Plains

      The Moon Plains offers a vantage point from where you can enjoy the surrounding landscape. As the mist wraps the land and the sun recedes, gaze at the undulating terrain, which can offer views of the the Uva and Central provinces on a clear day.

    • The Westbury Palace - Hakgala Botanical Garden

      Hakgala Botanical Garden

      Hakgala Botanical Garden, resting under the shadow of the Hakgala Rock, was originally used by the British to plant Cinchona. It was eventually landscaped to include flowering bushes, plants, majestic trees, ferns, and other flora from Sri Lanka and overseas.