Trek through the mystical Horton Plains and end up at the world-famous World’s End. The UNESCO Heritage Site is one of the most delightful adventures for anyone who enjoys trekking through lush hills.
Start your journey early morning and take the circular route up to World’s End, which is a spectacular drop of several thousand feet, and take in the stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests that sit at astonishing heights above sea level. Take a small detour and visit the Mini World’s End, which is a smaller drop that offers views that are no less spectacular.
The area is also a protected national park that is home to hundreds of mammal, bird, reptile and insect species. Several herds of sambar deer graze the grass fields here, and you’ll also be able to spot many different types of birds during your trek.
Location: Off Nuwara Eliya/Hatton
Recommended Visiting Hours: Morning and evening between 8.00 am to 6.00pm>
Duration: 3 to 4 hours