World's End is highly recommended. It is located within the Horton Plains National Park in Nuwara Eliya, with a drop of about 4,000 feet. The best time to visit is around 6 am to 10 am, to enjoy the beautiful views such as valley, tea plantations, and natural village views from the plateau. Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunglasses and a coat because the weather can change quickly on the plains; it can be very sunny, and then chilly and misty. Don't forget to pack some food and mineral water for your hike.
A very popular waterfall for the traveller in Sri Lanka. Located in the Nuwara Eliya district and only 3 kilometres away from the main entrance of Horton Plains National Park. The waterfall is surrounded by a thick forest, tree ferns and montane shrub; it's majestic and stunning views please your soul.
Hakgala Botanical Garden
Hakgala Botanical Garden is the second largest garden in Sri Lanka. Located in 16 kilometres from Nuwara Eliya, the trip there will be downhill driving with a pine forest view. This garden has a cool temperate climate with an altitude of about 5,400 feet above the sea level.
Aadishakti Seeta Amman Temple
Sita Mata Temple is a historical temple and is one of the few temples dedicated to Seeta. There are some local guides to help you along the way and provide all the information you may need to know about the history of the temple.
Ambewela Farm is another attraction to your trip in Nuwara Eliya. If you are travelling with your kids, it may be a good place to visit. There are many dairy products for sale and you can also adopt pets from this farm.