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“Small home but beautiful”
Review of Lover's Leap Falls

Lover's Leap Falls
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Reviewed 15 June 2014

Turn near Pedro tea factory moving upwards towards this fall, closely to Nuwara Eliya and it's not a difficult terrain to cover. Cars, vans could go up I've seen even tuk tuks, small climb about 150 meters towards the waterfall passing through a local temple, best when it's the rainy season if not the fall is not at it's best as the feeder water source is not great when it's dry. You can picnic and also there is a local water tap where most visitors take a bath etc. Be considerate and leave nothing behind...

Thank Gavin2009
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Reviewed 18 April 2014

The waterfall itself is nice enough and a good place to chill for a while. Also well worth it is the way up right through the tea fields.

The way is not always obvious without any signs but it seems like you can a broad range of the paths up the hill toward the forest top. If in doubt, the locals will point you the way towards the waterfall. A possible starting point is the path going uphill from road opposite of Pedro Tea Estate. As you only find shade right around the falls you may want to avoid the walk in the midday heat.

Thank Cibes
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Reviewed 21 March 2014

Great walk in emerald green tea fields. Some really nice village views as well at the top. Some locals chilling in the woods, very tranquil.

Note that part of San Pedro estate is also called Lovers Leap, and we got confused and paid to enter the factory. However the factory tour was really good, nice and detailed, much better than another (Bluefield) factory we visited that day. The flavoursome hot cup'a'tea at the end of our walk was also worth paying the tea factory fee.

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Reviewed 6 March 2014

We were a set of 12 schoolmates catching up every year wher we spent our December vacation in the hills last year. After going to the Gregory`s lake,race course arease we decided to climb lovers leap . Well it was a long journey climbing upwards, but after all that effort, it was a pretty calm area at the top. be careful . your legs might get frozen at the water fountain right at the top.

Thank abdullah n
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Reviewed 9 February 2014

This was a sheer drop to the sea ! Very peaceful and tranquil surrounds. If you have the time, well worth a visit.
Larry & A ( Melbourne- Australia)

Thank Larry P
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