When you are just 30 minutes away from Hatton railway station and 2 minutes away from starting point of Sri Pada ( adamspeak ), It takes you to this fantastic hotel ” The White Elephant Hotel “ which is a home more than a hotel. Known for our warm personalized service, you will be greeted and made to feel right at home. From the moment you set foot here,

Its luxurious and spacious rooms are having balconies facing the magnificent view of the Adamspeak Mountain and Kelani River and its restaurant serves mouth watering Sri lankan and International cuisine.

The location Delhouse ( Nallathanniya) is the most famous starting point to the Adamspeak Hill Climb. This is an exclusive area surrounded by breathtaking sceneries of Mother Nature and is a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers yet with easy access. Lush greeneries, active tea estates, pine forest, fresh air, cool climate and the silent atmosphere makes you relax while enjoying the nature blessed environment.

 
 
Adamspeak hill climb - the main attraction - We are at the closest destination to the starting point which is a walking distance from the hotel

       Sri Lanka’s most important mountain Adamspeak is located in a very breathtaking area of the Southern hill country. Sri Pada has been a pilgrimage centre perhaps for all faiths for over thousand years.
The sacred footprint – a rock formation nearby he summit is believed to be the Lord Buddha’s. Therefore, thousands of devotees throng to this sacred mountain peak in order to worship the sacred footprint of Lord Buddha.Sri Pada is a conical mountain 7360 feet high soaring clear above the surrounding mountain range.The surrounding region is largely forested hills, with no mountain of comparable size nearby. The region along the mountain is a wildlife reserve housing many species varying from elephants to leopards, and including many endemic species.


Nearby Attractions
           
Laxapana
waterfall
Moray
waterfall
Castlereigh
Reservoir
Maussakele
reservoir
Tea estates
and factories
Water rafting
Kitulgala