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Needed the walk!

So after being in Sri Lanka for 10 days and needing more exercise from the carb loading frenzy that... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2018
Murray F
Sydney, Australia
via mobile
Easy 3hr walk but get here early

We arrived around 6am and there were quite a few people setting off. The walk is relatively easily... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2018
Scott G
Hong Kong, China
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World's end tour by *Taxi *Mini car *KDH *tuktuk *Bicycles for reasonable price. Contact via insta or email
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| Horton Plains National Park, Ohiya 90168, Sri Lanka
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Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

- Entrance fee per person to the park is RS 3000 or €16, which I find quite high. A tuc tuc drive there costs about RS 2500. - We went there in August and it was all foggy and cloudy. So we could not enjoy...More

Thank Martin F
Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

So after being in Sri Lanka for 10 days and needing more exercise from the carb loading frenzy that is this place this walk was great. A great view at the end but as others have said you need to be there early before fog...More

Thank Murray F
Reviewed 2 May 2018

World's End is a sheer precipice that drops 880 metres (Wikipedia says it's 1,200 metres) to the valley below. This is about 4 kilometres from the Visitor Information Centre and is apart of a 9.5 kilometre circuit that also covers Little World's End. If you...More

Thank rohansourjah
Reviewed 10 April 2018 via mobile

I was not impressed at all with this version of the World’s End, maybe also because we got a clear day and payed 22 $ /pers for walking 9 km, which you can do for free in other parts of Sri Lanka and get way...More

Thank Bui S
Reviewed 9 April 2018

We arrived around 6am and there were quite a few people setting off. The walk is relatively easily but there are a couple of spots that are were a little rough but easy enough to manage. The views were nice but as it got later...More

Thank Scott G
Reviewed 21 February 2018 via mobile

Nice views of mountains from here if you are lucky to get clear skies. But you have to pay 3,500 SLR and hike through 12km or extremely rough terrain to get there. Totally not worth it at all.

Thank Rupert S
Reviewed 6 February 2018 via mobile

We left Nuwara Eliya at 04'45 - quite early! But then we got to see the sunrise on the way, and there was no stress on the hike. The view is amazing! The hike is quite easy, If you fell like a bit more challenging...More

Thank Kate J
Reviewed 29 January 2018

one way, two destinations, that worlds end and Horton plain, here very nice climate & amazing place.

Thank laaikahaleem l
Reviewed 22 January 2018

The worlds end is about 3.5 KM from where the cars are allowed. It was a wonderful walk. In total it was 7KM but worth the walk. There are nice sceneries and waterfalls on the way. Make sure you wear a strong hiking shoe.

Thank Woody992
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

This 3 hour walk is not challenging and the reward of worlds end is very unpredictable due to weather. Baker falls very nice, a little over crowded. Tuk Tuk: Rs 2500 return Ticket entry is Rs 3500 pp

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Misha G
19 November 2015|
Response from Jetskii | Reviewed this property |
Hey, I would say that the you can stay anyplace next to the station, as you can take the train to Ohiya and from there you can easily get a tuk tuk to the horton plains. The tuk tuk should not cost you much. Also the train... More
4 July 2015|
Response from Danushka M | Reviewed this property |
Well its around 45kms from your hotel. The ride will take around 1 hour to get to horton plains. The entrance fee to the park is USD25 per person. If you are going to the world's end point it's a 8 km hike inside the park... More