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For the keen hiker, there is a plethora of opportunities awaiting in Sri Lanka 's diverse and luscious hill country. The beautiful area of Haputale and Diyatalawa, located in the hill country of Sri Lanka , provides a base from which to try out a wide variety of hiking and trekking tours through jungle, across tea estates and up mountains. The river and numerous waterfalls in Sri Lanka are another key attraction that allows hikers and trekkers to enjoy a refreshing dip en-route !
In the same area the Horton Plains National Park offers some excellent hikes in an unusual environment, characterised by forest patches, grasslands and some high-altitude vegetation. Highlights include the dramatic 880 metre drop at World's End and the beautiful Baker's Falls.
When climbing the infamous Adam’s Peak Wilderness Sanctuary, its best to begin your ascent at night in order to arrive at the top in time for a magical sunrise when the mystical shadow of the peak is perfectly cast across the clouds. It is one of those truly unique moments that will live on in your memory long after the aches and pains from the hiking have gone!
The attractive area of Bandarawela, in Sri Lanka's mountainous terrain and the nearby town of Ella are renowned for their many walks, including Little Adam's Peak, Ella Rock and the Namunukula Mountain Range.
If you're in the Kandy vicinity, don't miss out on exploring the beautiful Knuckles Mountain Range. The region stretches an impressive 155 sq km, with five major forest formations, a wide variety of rare and endemic flora and fauna and some breathtaking mountain scenery. It is a real paradise for hikers, offering numerous trails that journey across clear rivers, through dense forests, past flowing waterfalls and lush tea plantations, and alongside terraced paddy fields and colourful Kandyan home gardens. A hiking tour in Sri Lanka wouldn't be complete without a visit to the fascinating Sinharaja Rain Forest where a variety of trails can be tailor-made to meet the specific interests/fitness levels of the group.
Following are some of the scenic trekking trails in Sri Lanka crafted by our expert trekking guides who are very experienced and knowledgeable in their areas.
Every trail is unique. The Pekoe Trail in Sri Lanka is up there in the top of the list when it comes to an authentic trekking & hiking experience with spectacular views. It is a 300 Kilometer, long-distance tea-trail-hike that snakes through the central highlands of Sri Lanka.
The Pekoe Trail takes you through a scenic trekking route in the hilltops of Sri Lanka which is famous for its tea plantations and stunning natural beauty. It goes through lush green forests, cascading waterfalls, and verdant tea estates, offering an unforgettable experience for nature lovers and hikers. Along the way, visitors can also interact with local communities and learn about their culture and traditions. The Pekoe Trail is a great way to explore Sri Lanka's stunning landscapes and immerse oneself in the country's rich cultural heritage. You are guaranteed a sustainable travel experience in Sri Lanka with the Pekoe Trail.
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The knuckles mountain or “Dumbara” range in Sinhala, is situated between the districts of Kandy & Matale in the central hills. As the names suggests the range has a distinct resemblance to a clenched fist. Unique in its location and running at right angles to the range that runs from Laggala & Urugala, is one of the bio-diversity hot spots, a water catchment and a wildlife reserve.
A bank of orange-yellow clouds in the East shooting beams of pale primrose light marks the beginning of another glorious day at Horton plains, where a little pond marks the entrance to the park, start early as possible and dress...
The legend has it that the Sinhala people originated from a union between a princess and a lion king who once lived in the forest. One of the oldest forest reserves in Sri Lanka and named by UNESCO as a Biosphere reserve and a world heritage site, a national heritage wilderness area, and preserved for future generations as one of the pristine rain forests...
Located approximately 30 km from the Matale town, when travelling on Matale – Girandurukotte road, rather windy with quite a few hairpins turns but in good condition, offers great views all around with a mini worlds end, lot less travelled by main stream tourists.