Galle. Set amidst lush tropical rain forest, this ecologically managed tea estate just under 58 acres, under cultivation has been organically managed for six years. It has tea, rice, a large variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices and fed with it's own natural spring water, which runs into a small lake. The property still retains its original dry stone walled pathways in good condition, offering exceptional views, and is bordered by a river and reservation. Much of the land has been left in its natural state as a 'Biodiversity' sanctuary, providing habitat for rare birds, mammals and reptiles, but is also available for sensitive development, having great views on both sides of the ridge that runs the length of the property. One area includes huge old banyan trees, giant boulders, grottoes, caves and an ancient stone shrine. The two original estate bungalows remain and have been sympathetically modernized, each having its own wood fired clay pizza oven. There are also two entertainment areas, yoga pavilions, outdoor dining areas, tree houses, kids camps and several small buildings. This is the ideal opportunity for a 'turn-key' operation.This property heavily reduced the asking price to 600 000 USD.