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Trek Through Horton Plains

Lying at a height of more than 2,100 m at the southern edge of the central highlands close to Nuwaraeliya The Horton Plains commonly known as World’s End is the highest & most isolated plain in the island bears a cool, misty and windy weather throughout the year was declared as a National Park in 1988.

This silent and strange beautiful plateau covering an area of 31.60 km² is excellent for trekking & bird watching. Being a well-visited place by lots of travelers every year, The Baker’s Falls and The World’s End are the most popular and breathtaking tourist attractions within the park. The most famous ‘world’s End’ gives you an unmatchable experience as if you’ve suddenly reached the end of the world, with the cliff plunging almost vertically for 1050m creating an astonishing escarpment, revealing breathtaking views across much of the southern area of the island. The whole panoramic view is right in front of your naked eyes.