Scenic Tea Estate Walks
We have a number of trails from our bungalow that take you through some of the region’s most inspiring hill country scenery. Whether you’re looking for a short one-hour amble or a longer hike, we have a few trails of varying difficulties designed to suit all.
Adam’s Peak Viewpoint Trail:
A total of 7 kilometres (each way), the trail takes approximately 3 hours from start to completion and is moderate in difficulty. In the immediate vicinity from the bungalow are acres of tea bushes, and this trail navigates tea estate paths, roads and tracks that look down upon the picturesque Castlereagh Reservoir.
The Picnic Trail:
There are some wonderful picnic spots around the bungalow, many of which present stunning views of the surrounding landscape. If you would like to enjoy a picnic lunch or evening tea taking in these panoramic vistas, please speak with a butler who will assist in arranging it for you.
Fishing Hut Trail:
Of all the trails that lead to the summit of Adam’s Peak, the Rajamale route through Moray Estate begins at Fishing Hut and connects directly to the steepest section of the route to the summit. Built by British tea planters many years ago as a trout fishing location, this is a scenic spot for nature lovers. At least 75% of this route is through pure wilderness and is a thrilling experience if you’re up for a little adventure.