Sitting on a 100-acre serene tea estate, overlooking gorgeous Idalgashinna mountain tops, we are an estate bungalow that offers something beyond just a comfortable stay. With a magical garden of over 1000 rose plants and organic vegetables, the bungalow is surrounded by the hill country wilderness, making this the perfect getaway for nature lovers to explore the surrounding woods whilst enjoying the fresh air. With easy access to scenic landmarks like Bambarakanda Falls, Lipton Seat, Devil’s Staircase, Idalgashinna Station, Ohiya Station (the third-highest railway station in Sri Lanka), Wangedigala mountain, Diyaluma Falls, Horton Plains, and the World’s End, Mandara Ridge Estate Bungalow Haputale brings you a complete holiday experience that makes you feel at home amidst nature.
Stays at our establishment come replete with a host of exclusive privileges! Here are some of them.
Satiate the thrill-seeker in you with a visit to the Devil’s Staircase. With a narrow width and a steep ascent, this stands to be one of the most difficult hikes in Sri Lanka. The trail is 14 km long and can be explored in Motor Bikes, and you are rewarded with captivating views as well! Read More
The tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka, Bambarakanda Waterfall, is one of the most heavenly sites in Haputale. The natural pool is an invitation for travellers who want to wash away all the fatigue, and the surrounding pine forest is excellent for a nature walk! Read More
Witness some of the wildlife creatures and experience the mild climate of the upcountry on tour to Horton Plains & World’s End. The sprawling green valley is home to a number of wildlife species and birds. Located within the Horton Plains Park is the World’s End, a steep cliff with a 4,000-feet drop that brings forth the most hypnotic views of the region. Read More
A cascade gushing through a ravine and falling into a pool surrounded by a verdant forest, Pahanthuda Waterfall is one of the most scenic places in the upcountry region. The waterfall was given its name on account of its pool’s shape, which resembles clay lamps seen in Sri Lankan temples. The waterfall offers many hiking opportunities for travellers who want to be up close with nature. Read More
Our stay at Mandara Ridge Haputale was absolutely heavenly and filled with comfort!