Sri Lanka

Horton Plains National Park

A highland plateau in Sri Lanka, rich in biodiversity, home to World's End escarpment and Baker's Falls, a conservation area for endemic species.
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The Horton Plains are a land shrouded in mist and cloud. A national park, the area sits atop the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka, dashed by countless waterfalls and carved by huge peaks. The piece de resistance for most is so-called World’s End. That’s a sheer drop of over 1,200 meters from summit to valley floor. Hikers get to stand right on the edge and peer over, if they dare!

jrfrancis 4 years ago

Horton Plains National Park Articles

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