Hiking, Trekking & Camping

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Hiking In Sri Lanka



There are a lot of chances in Sri Lanka for experienced and enthusiastic hikers and trekkers because of the diversity in hill country areas in the heart of this Island. The scenic areas Haputale and Diyatalawa, situated in highlands of Sri Lanka, offers many opportunities for travelers to engage in a wide variety of trekking and hiking tours through small forests, estates and to hills. Waterfalls and rivers in Sri Lanka are other key attraction for travelers that engage in hiking and trekking to have a cold bath and enjoy along the journey.

Horton Plains National Park has some excellent places for trekking and it provides an unusual natural environment for the eyes of travelers, With grasslands, forest patches and some high-elevation vegetation. And addition to that Horton Plains National Park includes the place called World’s End and the scenic Baker’s Falls.

The most sought out trekking experience by travelers is the trip to Adams Peak to get the blessings of Lord Buddha and to have the breathtaking view of the rising sun in the morning. So to get the best out of climbing the Adams Peak it is advisable to start the trekking early morning or midnight and the ideal season for hiking Adams Peak is in between December Full Moon Poya Day to May Full Moon Poya Day. If you like to get a rough experience you can try the hike in off season but it’s not recommended much due to heavy rains at that time. After the climb you can get dipped in the Seetha Gagula river that starts from Adams Peak and the folk culture says that the dip in this river will vanish all you ache and pains after the climb.

Ella in Sri Lanka, the emerging and most popular destination of many travelers is renowned for the many walks you can have along the tea states and scenic terrains. Ella offers many attractions for hiking and trekking such as Little Adam’s Peak, Ella Rock, Nine Arch Bridge and the Namunukula Mountain Range.

Kandy is renowned for Temple of Tooth Relic and other attractions, but for travelers who love for trekking and hiking should not miss out the chance of exploring the beautiful Knuckles Mountain Range near the Kandy city. The area stretches to about 155 sq. km, with five major forest formations, a large variety of unique endemic flora and fauna and some wonderful mountain views. It is a good location for hikers that offers many paths that go across clear rivers, forests, waterfalls and tea plantations. A hiking or trekking tour in Sri Lanka would not be fulfilled without visiting the mesmerizing Sinharaja Rain Forest which is a tropical rain forest in Sri Lanka, where there are many trails that can be taken by a traveler.

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