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All reviews world's end horton plains bakers falls early start sambar deer the loop great walk cloud forest early in the morning sri lanka water bottles avoid the crowds walking shoes hour walk lucky with the weather worth the effort breathtaking views
We really enjoyed the morning hiking to the Worlds End in the National Park. It is quite a rugged hike but not difficult as long as you wear good hiking or (joggers) walking shoes. The canyon, waterfall and scenery is beautiful and sometimes breathtaking. Walking...More
Scenic national park, ride to the park provides different landside compared to other places in Sri Lanka, be there early enough in order to still have a good view, in the afternoon the fog will come and you do not see anything at world's end,...More
A lovely morning walk around the plains.
World's end and Bakers waterfall are very pleasent and the walk itself is very pleasent, with the mist and cloud cover it even felt like being on the yorkshire moors.
Dont expect a challenging hike but expect a...More
My husband and I really enjoyed our hike around Horton Plains National Park - we did the standard loop walk which takes you past Mini World’s End, World’s End and Baker’s Falls. There were no massive hills to climb but the path was wet and...More
The views are incredible!waterfall and nature at its best.The 10km round trip hike, including the Worlds End lookout point took us about 3 hours with lots of stops along the way. Beautiful scenery and wildlife.Beautiful views, beautiful park, well worth the visit.
Very expensive - the most expensive excursion I’ve ever been on! Not worth it sadly.
Great views but be prepared to part with c$100. Suspect our driver took a sizeable cut and our fault for not getting clarity before we set off but we assumed...More
Visited many times, this is an amazing park and the trek to mini world end and worlds end is well worth the visit.
On my last visit I encountered some issues on entry with a member of staff (park officer) overstepping her authority and questions...More
Yes, you can take your car to point that they issue tickets. Beyond that is foot trail. The reason to do so is to ensure the safety of the animals, birds and plants. Certain areas yet to be discovered. You can drive from... More
Yes, you can take your car to point that they issue tickets. Beyond that is foot trail. The reason to do so is to ensure the safety of the animals, birds and plants. Certain areas yet to be discovered. You can drive from N'Eliya via black pool or From Boralenda - Ohiya road to reach the ticket office of the HPNP. Who ever travels up to see the glimpse of nature on HPNP please refrain taking plastics or polythene materials. This will bring harmful threats to the entire habitat of the park. Even if you do happen to take polythene or plastics by mistake make sure that you bring those rubbish back with you. I am very much concern & respect of all the nature reserves in Sri Lanka cz we have life due to them.
Response from Hemantha perera p | Reviewed this property |
Well, you better select a hotel in Haputale as this location is near both Bambarakanda fall and worlds end. You can leave very early morning (Better start from your hotel in Haputale by 5.00 am) ttickets by 8.00 am and you... More
Well, you better select a hotel in Haputale as this location is near both Bambarakanda fall and worlds end. You can leave very early morning (Better start from your hotel in Haputale by 5.00 am) ttickets by 8.00 am and you can reach to end in 2 -3 hours.please go earliest as by 12-13 pm clouds and no good scenes in worlds end.
The same evening you can see Bambarakande water fall. and back to hotel in haputale. Remember, Train is the best option to Haputale.Wish you a happy journey.
At 2000m above sea level you’ll need a jacket & or jumper as it is quite cold early in the morning. I did not remove my jumper until 10AM after about 8 km into the hike. Wear layers, so you can remove as you heat up.