Horton Plains in Sri Lanka, is the coldest and windiest location in the country covered by wild grasslands and interspersed with patches of thick forest, rocky outcrops, filigree waterfalls and misty lakes. The surprising diversity of the landscape is matched by the wide variety of wildlife.The world’s end is a sheer cliff, with a drop of about 4,000 feet (1,200 m). It is one of the most visited parts of Horton Plains National Park, and a key tourist attraction place in Sri Lanka.
Large mammals could seldom be seen at Horton Plains. Samber is common sight at dusk and in the early morning hours. Mammals which still occur in reasonable numbers include Kelaart’s long clawed shrew Feroculus feroculus slender loris loris tardigradus endemic to the montane toque macaque Macaca sinica , purple faced langur Presbutis entellus, rusty-spotted cat felis rubigimosus and etc.Horton Plains National park harbors 12 species of endemic birds are recorded only for Horton Plains.
8.00 am – pick up from the hotel near Ella and Bandarawela
8.30 am – start the tour form Train.
10.30 am – reach to ohiya. start the tour to Horton plains from vehicle
11.30 am – reach to the Horton plains and explore the park. (Baker’s fall,world’s end,animal watching,bird watching)
3.30 pm –Relaxing and refreshment
4.00 pm –start the way back to Hotel
- Transports will be available on Train and private vehicle
- Recommend to wear shoes for your convenience
- Water bottles and snack will available for you
- We provide Clarifying Guiding service for every tour