6 months baby food schedule india

6 Months Baby Food Chart

Start your little one’s journey into solid foods the right way with our 6 months Baby Food  Chart! Includes healthy and nutritious Indian recipes too!

Things to Remember before Weaning your Baby

Basic Tips for Feeding your 6 Month Old Baby:

6 Months Baby Food Chart with Indian Recipes

Week 1 – 6 Months Baby Food Chart

Week 2 -6 Months Baby Food Chart

Week 3- 6 Months Baby Food Chart

Week 4- 6 Months Baby Food Chart

How do you know that your baby has an allergy to a particular food?

What to do if your baby is allergic to a particular food?

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So your baby is 6 months old – congratulations, she’s ready to start solid foods! Many Moms eagerly wait for that moment when their little ones start eating new foods. It’s so much fun to watch the expressions on those little faces change as they taste new flavors!

Things to Remember before Weaning your Baby

Be sure that your baby is ready for starting solids by checking her physical developmental milestones. Please remember that at this age, breast milk is still a major part of your baby’s diet. WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding till 6 months of age, and breast milk to complement solids for the next year or more.

Make sure you are well prepared with all the essentials for weaning your baby.

Your baby’s immune system is still weak and she is vulnerable to all kinds of germ attacks. So, ensure that all your baby’s feeding utensils are absolutely clean and sterilized. If you’re confused about how to do it, then this video on how to sterilize feeding utensils for babies should help. 

Initially, it can be difficult to know exactly how much solid food for a 6-month-old. You don’t really need a lot of solid food for your baby at this age. About 90 ml per feed twice a day should be enough to begin with. Before starting out, you may want to check our post on how to introduce solids to Baby for some useful tips and tricks.

Here is a look at the foods you can introduce this month:

Basic Tips for Feeding your 6 Month Old Baby:
  • You can make any of the purees or porridge runny by adding breast milk or formula milk
  • Thicker purees will help add calories
  • Follow a routine to feed baby, like tying on the bib, putting him in his chair, etc.
  • Continue to breastfeed on demand

Here is the 6 months baby food chart for indian babies.

Week 1 – 6 Months Baby Food Chart

Day 1 – The best choice for a baby’s first food is fruit. Start with 1 tablespoon of Apple puree once a day.

Day 2 – Increase to 2 tablespoons of Apple Puree twice a day.

Day 3 – Increase to 3 tablespoons of Apple Puree twice a day.

Day 4 – You can now introduce a new solid, a vegetable. You can start with carrots, by giving 1 tablespoon Carrot Puree once a day.

Day 5 – Increase to 2 tablespoons of carrot puree twice a day.

Day 6 – Increase to 3 tablespoons of carrot puree twice a day.

Day 7 – Go with apple puree in the morning and carrot puree in the evening.

Week 2 -6 Months Baby Food Chart

Now that your baby has gotten used to a texture other than that of milk, you can continue with two solid meals a day. The recommended feeding schedule for 6 month old babies is somewhere during mid morning and early afternoon ,around 3:00 PM, but you can adjust it to your baby’s liking. You can find the recipes mentioned in the chart by clicking on the links below.

Week 3- 6 Months Baby Food Chart

Continue with the same timings as earlier, with two solid meals per day. You can introduce some new grains, fruit and vegetables this week. Get the recipes of the dishes in the chart by clicking on the links below.

Week 4- 6 Months Baby Food Chart

This week, you can continue with baby’s familiar foods, and introduce some new ones. If anyone in the family has celiac disease, gluten intolerance or any kind of wheat allergy, talk to your doctor before introducing wheat. Get the recipes by clicking the links below.

Please note that these meal plans aren’t written in stone! This is just a guide that gives you an idea about what to feed your baby, when to feed and how much to feed. You can customize these meal plans to your baby’s convenience and routine. If she doesn’t like a food, wait a few weeks before introducing it again. Be patient, don’t expect your baby to polish off the plate at every meal! It’ll take another two months for her to completely finish the portions, so don’t try to force-feed the remaining food on the plate.

However, do consider the risk of food allergies. You can’t be sure if your baby is allergic to any food, so always follow the 3-Day Rule before introducing any new food to your baby. This will also help you rule out any foods that are causing indigestion in your baby.

How do you know that your baby has an allergy to a particular food?

If a food doesn’t suit your baby, your baby may present with the following symptoms:

  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Vomiting
  • Rashes
  • Incessant Crying (due to stomach pain)
What to do if your baby is allergic to a particular food?

If your baby is allergic to a particular food, stop it immediately and restart it after 2 months. At every point, be sure to follow the 3-day rule – whether introducing a new food or reintroducing an old one. You can start a “Baby Food Diary” to keep track of your little one’s favorite recipes and specific food allergies.

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Use these food charts and plan your baby’s meals using a Printable Meal Planner. You can also keep a “Baby Food Diary” to track your little one’s favorite recipes and food allergies if any.

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Many moms ask about food for a 6-month baby to gain weight, we have covered that also in this article, let us know if you find it useful.

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6 months baby food chart with baby food recipes

By Swasthi on August 6, 2022, Comments,

6 months baby food chart with baby food recipes. The best time to start solids for babies is after 6 months. There are many sources suggesting introduction of solids from 3 to 4 months. But an early introduction of solids can lead to more colic, digestive troubles and allergies.

A baby develops digestive enzymes in between 4 to 6 months which are crucial for digestion of foods. It is a good choice to wait until the baby develops these enzymes completely.

A baby typically begins to develop head control from 3 to 4 months and gains strong head to neck muscles by 6 months. A strong head to neck control helps the baby to accept solids well and can easily swallow.

So by 6 months a baby has a better digestive system and a good head control which are needed before the introduction of solids.

Breast milk is the best bet for the overall growth of a baby. It is recommended to exclusively breast feed a baby for the first 6 months.

As an exception, formula milk is an alternate for women who cannot breast feed baby due to professional, personal or medical reasons.

If you have a baby older than 7 months, you can follow this complete
baby food chart for 8 months old and above

How do you know your baby is ready for solids?

1. The baby’s head & neck are stable. This means baby can accept food and swallow.
2. Baby must be able to sit stable with or without support.
3. Shows interest in food when others are eating.
4. Baby must be able to open the mouth when food is offered.
5. Baby is still hungry after breastfeeding or formula feed.

Tips on how to start solids for baby

First consult your pediatrician to confirm if your baby is ready for solids. It is very important to plan well before you introduce any other foods apart from breast milk.

Make your own feeding schedule along with the foods you intend you try and get an approval from your pediatrician. Most clinics and hospitals also provide a diet chart or at least a guide.

I have made this from the guidelines I got from the Clinics here in Singapore. I have followed the same for both my babies.

1. Always start with a single food. Either a fruit, vegetable or grain. Avoid a mixture of foods. You can start with mashed fruit first. The presence of digestive enzymes in fruits helps the baby to digest them better.

2. After a week, while you continue feeding fruit, you can start rice water (kanji), after a week clear dal soup or boiled vegetable broth / water.

3. Always follow the 3 day wait rule for every food you introduce. Wait for the results until the 4th day. Please see the doctor immediately if your baby develops rashes, runny nose, watery eyes, colic etc.

4. Introduce new foods to your baby during breakfast or lunch. Avoid trying new foods during the later time of the day as it is easy to get a control over the problems.

5. A 7 month old baby can eat only a tsp of mashed food initially. Slowly by 4 weeks increase the quantity to a tbsp and then more.

Helpful tips – introducing solids for baby

1. Use stainless steel or glass bowls and cups for preparation of baby foods. Avoid plastic ware even made of any superior material, including virgin plastic or graded as BPA free. Any kind of plastic ware consists of plasticizers that are used to make the containers flexible.

Plasticizers are similar to BPA and are an endocrine disruptor. Even BPA free plastic and virgin plastic ware have chemical plasticizers. Please use google search for more info.

2. Always feed the baby in a calm, quite environment and in a steady place like – on the lap, in a high chair or on the floor.

3. While feeding, refrain the baby from activities like watching a TV show, playing with a hand held gadget like mobile, and tablet or game devices. Some of these emit radiation that is not good for the baby.

4. Meal time has to be a learning for the baby, speaking to your baby about the food – its texture, taste and color helps the baby to develop a liking for the food. Or narrate a good story to the baby, do not encourage the baby to talk while eating. This may seem to be over disciplined but this is the only way i have found to grow fuss free kids. They will begin to love any food that is served.

5. Introduce water from a steel cup or a glass not from a feeding bottle or sipper. A 90 ml cup is best suited. This makes the transition from teat to cup easy when the baby grows up.

6 months baby food chart

To follow this baby chart please ensure your baby has completed 6 months and you have an approval from your pediatrician for the same.

A baby usually consumes milk every 2 to 3 hours. Solids should be served in between the feeds. Use plain boiled and cooled water to puree the fruits if needed. Avoid mixing milk or any other ingredient with fruit.

The combination of fruit and milk products results in indigestion, loss of appetite, no weight gain and accumulation of toxins.

Clear soups can be used to make pureed rice, oats or ragi cereal. Feeding only clear soups regularly is not a good idea as they lack the nutrition that is provided by a semi solid food or milk.

I have shared a sample baby food chart below which shows the quantities of fruits and vegetables. From the chart (day 13 to day 20), you can replace potato with rice porridge (kanji) or dal soup or ragi porridge.

This is an alternate table which you can follow if your baby is in between 6 and 7 months.

Wake up
Breastfeed or formula milk. What ever time your baby wakes up.
7. 30 to 8 am fruit puree
One of the following: (only after 1½ to 2 hours of milk). You can use boiled cooled water to thin down the puree.
1. Banana- mash with a fork or run in a blender.
2. Apple- peel,core,steam for about 5 to 6 minutes. Puree in a blender
3. Chickoo (sapota)- mash with a fork and spoon
4. Pear- peel and core, steam for 5 to 6 minutes
5. Papaya – mash with a fork or blend
6. Ripe avocado – add it to a blender and puree
11.30 to 12.30 pm
After introducing fruits, you can try these. Continue to feed fruits for breakfast.
first 1 week – rice cereal
2nd week apple rice  or rice cereal with boiled carrot
3rd week ragi porridge Or apple ragi or oats porridge Or apple oats Or clear moong dal soup
4th week – Repeat the foods mentioned above. You can also introduce soupy khichdi. You will have to make it following the same method I mentioned for rice cereal above.
rest of the day
Breast feed or formula (only after 1.5 to 2 hours of lunch)

Baby food recipes for 6 months old along with ingredients and instructions to prepare

These are the quantities i followed for my kids i got from the Health Promotion Board,Singapore.Use any one
Quantity of fruits for 6 months to 9 months
½ small apple
½ small pear
½ cup sapota
½ cup papaya
½ medium banana

How many times can the same fruit be given in a week?

Including a variety of fruits will provide different kinds of nutrients to the baby.
Banana – 3 to 4 times
Apple – daily
Chickoo- daily
Pear- 3 to 4 times
Papaya – 4 to 5 times
Avocado- 3 to 4 times or daily

Do read the complete post before you attempt any of these recipes
More tips on preparing Lunch

from 3 rd week – Rice, ragi or oats. Clear dal soup with veggie.
first 7 days (from 3rd week) -Single grain with milk (formula or breast milk). You can also use gluten free or baby oats or ragi to make porridge.
next 7 days – Rice with a single veggie or apple. You can use steamed or boiled carrots.

VEGETABLES to prefer
1. carrots
2. pumpkin

LENTIL/ DAL to prefer
1. moong dal
2. toor dal

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diet for a 6-month-old baby with breast and artificial feeding, an approximate menu for a week in the table, a diet for a day

Published: 02/10/2021

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Author of the article: Ponomareva Yulia Vladimirovna

Pediatrician, Candidate of Medical Sciences, allergist-immunologist

Changes in a child in the first year of life are very rapid, and every month is not like another. The 6-month milestone is very important, it is largely evaluative and transitional. By this age, most babies have doubled their birth weight, are about 15 cm tall, and some babies have already erupted their teeth. The age of 6 months is also transitional in terms of nutrition. Breast milk or an adapted formula is still the basis of the diet, but with the beginning of the second half of life, all children, without exception, should begin to receive complementary foods. Despite the general graph of growth and weight gain and indicators of psychomotor development, the status and diet of children at 6 months can be very different. nine0003

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  1. The first feeding of 6 months
  2. The start of complementary foods at 4-5 months
  3. The second half of the life
  4. for a week for a child at 6 months

The first feeding of

If the baby is healthy and breastfed, and his mother eats a full and varied diet, exclusive breastfeeding is possible until this age. Cereal complementary foods in this case are preferable to start. This is due to the high energy and nutritional value of cereals, the ability to significantly enrich the baby's diet with a delayed start of the introduction of complementary foods. nine0003

However, the rate of expansion of the child's diet in this situation will be accelerated. Before the 8th month of life, it is necessary to introduce all basic food groups into the baby’s menu, since in the second half of the year the need for additional intake of nutrients and micronutrients is very high. Another reason explaining the importance of the rapid introduction of complementary foods is the formation of immunity of the immune cells of the intestine to ordinary food. If a child is introduced to these foods at the age of 4-8 months, the risk of developing food allergies has been proven to be reduced. nine0003

Complementary feeding starts at 4-5 months

In today's life, the nutrition of a nursing mother, unfortunately, is not always complete. Therefore, for most breastfed babies, complementary foods already need to be introduced from 5 months in order to prevent deficient conditions.

If a child is bottle-fed, then by the 4th month of life, the baby will not have enough adapted formula alone, and in this group of children, the timing of the introduction of complementary foods usually shifts a month earlier than in breast-fed babies. Accordingly, by 6 months, children will have vegetable puree and gluten-free porridge (buckwheat, corn and rice) in their diet. In the first half of life, monocomponent meals are used (that is, from one type of grain and vegetables), prepared on the basis of water, breast milk or an adapted mixture. nine0003

Fruit puree and juice can be another possible complementary food for children under 6 months of age without allergy symptoms. In a child with a risk of developing or manifesting allergies, the timing of the introduction of fruit complementary foods is shifted to the 8th month.

Second six months of life

Children over 6 months of age can supplement their diet with cereals containing gluten. First of all, these are oatmeal and wheat porridge, and then multi-cereal dishes with the addition of other cereals (millet, barley, rye). If the child does not have any manifestations of allergies, milk porridge can be included in the menu at this age. Bebi Premium industrial baby food products include specially prepared milk that is safe to use in healthy babies in the first year of life. nine0003

From the age of 6 months, the baby's diet is expanded with such important products as meat and cottage cheese. These products are a source of high-quality protein, fats, and are also rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, and phosphorus. Pediatricians and nutritionists recommend introducing meat and cottage cheese as part of combined dishes based on a fruit and vegetable and / or grain component in a ratio of 1 (cottage cheese / meat): 4–5 (fruits / vegetables / cereals).

To enrich the diet with polyunsaturated fatty acids in the second half of the year, the menu includes vegetable oil in the amount of 3–5 grams per day, which can be added to the complementary food dish. The volume of each feeding is approximately 150-170 ml, and the child can already stand up to 3.5 hours between meals. nine0003

In the table below, we offer a menu of 6 months for a week for a child who started receiving complementary foods at the age of 4-5 months, and by the time the second half of life begins, dairy-free gluten-free cereals, vegetable and fruit purees have already been introduced into his diet.

1st day

0065 50
Lunch (12.30) Vegetable soup with beef, olive oil 100/30/3
compot of drocked 900
Afternoon snack (16.00) Plum puree with cottage cheese 60/40
Breast milk/formula 60 062
food reception menu ml/g
Early morning breast milk/mixture 150
Milki ’breakfast (09 cherry Bebi Premium» 100
0065 Breast milk/mixture 150
children's soluble cookies "BEBIKI" Classic
Bebi Premium Kids Instant Herbal Tea 50
Bedtime 065 Breast milk/formula 150

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Tour "Treasures of India and Sri Lanka + rest on the coast"

Departure day

nine0015 Moscow - Delhi
Departure from Moscow to Delhi at 19:50 by flight SU232, a/k Aeroflot.

1 day

Delhi - Agra
Arrival in Delhi. Meeting at the airport, transfer to the hotel. Accommodation. Short break (breakfast included).

Sightseeing tour of Delhi with a visit to Qutab Minar.
The program includes an inspection of the India Gate, the Presidential Palace and the government building (external inspection), the Lotus Temple and the Kutub Minaret. Lotus Temple (closed on Mondays) is one of the most amazing temples in India. Built in the shape of a lotus flower, it is the largest and most beautiful Baha'i temple and serves as a symbol for adherents of this faith around the world. Another place of worship is the 72-meter-high Qutub Minar, built in the 12th-14th centuries, decorated with calligraphic patterns and being a symbol of Muslim rule in Delhi. nine0033 At the end of the tour transfer to Agra 250 km (about 5 hours). Arrival in Agra. Hotel accommodation.

2 day

Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur
Breakfast in the hotel. After breakfast, tour of Agra, the majestic city, the capital of the Mughal Empire. Agra still attracts beauty seekers from all over the world, will enjoy the unforgettable Taj Mahal .

The Taj Mahal was built by the great Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz. The palace was built by 20,000 artisans over 22 years. A thousand elephants carried white marble for construction. Merchants from Tibet, Persia and Russia sent gems for its decoration. A floral ornament made of jasper, agate and malachite, opal and obsidian, and mother-of-pearl, skillfully inscribed in the perfect symmetry of the snow-white palace, leaves a feeling of lightness and weightlessness. nine0033 Next drive to Agra Fort, built as an army fortress in 1565. Emperor Akbar. Here Shah Jahan spent the last years of his life in captivity, treacherously betrayed by his son, admiring the snow-white Taj Mahal from the window of his room. The huge walls of the fort hide magnificent architectural structures - masterpieces of Indian and Muslim masters.
Further transfer to Jaipur, on the road visit the "dead city" Fatehpur Sikri .
Fatehpur Sikri is a city built in a desert place of red sandstone by Emperor Akbar, just a reflection of a majestic past. For a very short time, it was the capital of the Great Moghuls, after which the inhabitants left it due to lack of water. Perhaps, thanks to this circumstance, we can today see it in its original beauty. nine0033 Arrival in Jaipur. Hotel accommodation.

3 day

Jaipur - Delhi
Breakfast in the hotel. Visit Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar observatory, inspection of the Palace of Winds - Hawa Mahal.

In the morning - excursion to Amber Fort (Amber Fort). Amber Fort is located 11 km north of Jaipur. It was there, on the hills of Aravalli, that the ancient capital of the state of Jaipur was once located. The construction of the marvelous fort-palace began in 1592nd year of Maharaja Man Singh. The fort is a grandiose complex of palaces, pavilions, gardens and temples. Above it all rises a quaint honey-colored palace-fortress. You will be able to feel the magic of bygone times by climbing to the top of the fort on the backs of elephants. Musicians will delight your ears along the way. From the top of the apartments of the Maharaja, a striking view of the narrow gorge opens.
Next a short city tour during which you will see :

  • the Jantar Mantar observatory, a majestic structure built by Raja Jai ​​Singh in 1728, which houses the world's largest sundial, the City Palace in the museums of which you can see fine collections of Mughal costume, weapons and miniature paintings.
  • Hawa Mahala (Palace of the Winds). This five-storey pink stone building, decorated with columns and balconies, was built in 1799. The bizarre relief of the palace of a thousand lattice windows on a carved facade is considered a symbol of Jaipur. nine0020
Transfer to Delhi 260 km (6 hours). Arrival in Delhi. Hotel accommodation.

Day 4

Delhi - Colombo - Pinnawala - Sigiriya
Departure from Delhi at 05:00. Arrival in Colombo at 08:45. Meeting at the airport.

Departure to Pinnawala - visiting Elephant Nursery .
The nursery was founded in 1975, this large 24-acre elephant orphanage was primarily designed to provide care and protection for the many baby elephants living in the jungle without their mothers. It is also a breeding ground for elephants and the world's largest herd of elephants in captivity. Visitors to the park can see many different aspects of elephant care and daily routine, such as feeding the baby elephants and bathing in the river. The main attraction is the opportunity to watch the bathing elephants from the river bank while the herd communicates, bathes and plays. nine0033 Continuation of the path to conquer Sigiriya (entry ticket is paid on the spot 30 USD per person).
Note: if you decide that the climb is difficult for you, then do not pay the entrance ticket, but wait for the group below.
Sigiriya, also called the "Lion Rock", is primarily known to tourists for the "fortress in the sky" located on its top, built by King Kasapa at the end of the 5th century. Anyone will be amazed by the majesty of the structure, the frescoes still preserved and the huge lion's paws crowning the entrance to the stairs leading to the top of the cliff, on which the ruler's palace was located. At one time, this residence fascinated by its beauty: magnificent architecture, gardens, fountains, pools. Even now it amazes with its scope and, of course, with the views of the endless jungle that will open up to you when you go through countless steps on the way to the "top of the world". This unforgettable sight will give you a lot of positive emotions. nine0033 Then transfer to the hotel. Accommodation and Dinner at Sigiriya hotel or Habantote.

Day 5

Sigiriya - Dambulla - Matale - Kandy
Breakfast in the hotel. Today, after breakfast, we will go to Kandy, and on the way we will stop at Dambulla and visit the cave temple, built in the 1st century BC. It is located on the top of a mountain at an altitude of 350 meters and is still active. On the way to the top, you will be greeted by funny monkeys, who are the full owners of these places. Don't forget to bring treats for them. After a tireless road up, you will see a snow-white temple, over the roof of which dark rocks hang - a truly impressive sight, the beauty of which is only emphasized by the jungle spreading at the foot of the mountain. From here, from a bird's eye view, picturesque views of the paradise island open up. The guide will tell interesting stories about this place and we will go inside. Here we will be amazed by the numerous statues of Buddha and frescoes with his image, the total area of ​​which is about 2,000 sq.m. The Dambulla Cave Temple consists of 5 caves, in which there are 150 Buddha statues, ranging in height from a few centimeters to 14 meters. Remarkable is the fact that not a single statue repeats another. Here you will not find a single identical sculpture and fresco. nine0003

Then Matale awaits us. Here we will visit the spice garden. You will see how pepper, cinnamon, vanilla and many other plants grow that we often use in everyday life, but have never seen how they look in nature. The guide will tell you about the healing properties of plants, their application and features. You can smell and touch them, and in addition, you can buy healing decoctions, tinctures and creams from plants grown in the garden.
Toward evening we will reach Kandy. We are waiting for a tour of the city - the last Sinhala kingdom, sightseeing Upper Lake Drive and Market Square along the way to pay homage to one of the most sacred religious sites in Sri Lanka. We are we will visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic - one of the main attractions of the city . The tooth is stored in a golden casket in the form of a stupa, in which, like in a nesting doll, 6 more chests are hidden. According to the Buddhist ritual, the tooth should pray, wash from a special vat, be cleansed of sins in fragrant smoke and throw a few rupees to the base of the dome.
We will end our sightseeing day with a dance show, where you will be enchanted by bright costumes and the pulsating rhythms of traditional dance forms from centuries-old rituals. nine0033 Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 6

Kandy - Nuwara Eliya
Breakfast in the hotel. Today we will start the day with a visit to the luxurious Royal Botanical Gardens in Peradeniya.

The Royal Botanical Garden is located 5.5 km from Kandy and is one of the most interesting in Asia. Its territory is divided into sectors, in each of which plants are combined on a certain subject, among which there are a lot of exotic ones. It was first built as a pleasure garden by the Sinhalese king and was expanded by the British. It covers 147 acres and is home to an amazing variety of trees, plants and flowers. nine0033 After lunch, we will go to Nuwara Eliya, and on the way we will make a stop at the Ramboda waterfalls and then by all means visit the tea factory and learn about all the stages of the tea business: from the moment of harvesting to the moment of packaging. Here you will not only be told numerous secrets, but will also be treated to a cup of fragrant tea.
Upon arrival in Nuwara Eliya, we will have a short sightseeing tour of the city.
Nuwara Eliya is an old colonial outpost still referred to as "Little England", located at 6200 feet above sea level, the climate also reinforces the illusion that you are stepping into an old English city where neat hedges, quaint cottages and beautiful old the buildings stand as serene as they were over a century ago - the magnificent Grand Hotel presides over them all. During the city tour, we will visit the post office, see Gregory Lake, which is a reservoir in the heart of the tea city of Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka. nine0033 Overnight and dinner at the hotel.

Day 7

Nuwara Eliya - Ella - Coast
Breakfast at the hotel. Breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast we will go to the coast, on the way we will visit the town of Ella.

Ella is a quiet provincial town in the hills that attracts visitors with its cool climate and picturesque location in the heart of the "mountain country". Imbued with the ancient legend of Rama and Sita from the Indian epic Ramayana, the most significant natural attractions are named after King Ravana, the local god who kidnapped the princess. Many places associated with the legend are worth visiting, such as the cascading stream of the Ravana waterfall
Here we will visit the observation deck with a nine-arch bridge (tuk-tuk to the observation deck for an additional fee), then we will go to the Small Adam's Peak, on the way to which stunning views of the small Adam's peak open up and also visit the Ravana waterfall.

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