Between the high hill country of Bandarawela and the low country of Wellawaya and Hambantota, lies the small and relatively unknown Koslanda. Sitting at an elevation of 700 meters it presents a climate never too hot and never too cold, but just right. Just four hours from both Arugam Bay and Gal Oya National Park, Koslanda is among the less touristic destinations of the island’s hill country, and in colonial times was a region home to thriving tea and rubber estates. Koslanda’s mild climate, beautiful surroundings and remote feel make it a perfect base to unwind and explore nearby points of interest like the third highest waterfall in Sri Lanka, Diyaluma, with its enchanting cascades or the quaint hill country town of Haputale from where a visit to Lipton’s Seat is highly recommended for its sublime and enchanting views and panoramas.

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