We decided to do the World's End hike at mid morning as we tired from a previous day. Unfortunately the mist had risen and we saw nothing. However the Horton Plains park is worth a visit and the Baker's falls were spectacular.
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The Trek is 9 km long, the whether was good with little rain. The trek is little scary as you have to find your way & due to rain its little slippery & rocky so you have to cross everything slowly. while going you have...More
circular hike, took us about 4 hours, you can take a nap next to the waterfalls or have a small picnic. very nice. better not to plan on climbing up Adam's peak the same night or the day after.
Sri Lanka is a great country for doing all types of hikes with amazing jaw-dropping views, World’s End, being one of them! cloud forest though is beautiful
One of the still few signed walks in Sri Lanka. Wonderful landscape, especially after the well-known world´s end rock and views.
Worlds End is an amazing attraction in Nuwara Eliya. It is about 20Kms from Nuwara Eliya centre with excellent views all the way. A stop at Horton Plains National Park is an additional treat. Climbing the mountains up to the world’s end is a challenge....More
Pleasure In Having a Early sunrise Which was amazing tour which is organized by Royal Ceylon Leisure... Aravinth was having a perfect timing to Show us the sunrise and the awesome nature walk... Appreciated