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Hiking and hiking through biodiversity areas and tea plantations in Sri Lanka is the ideal way to discover the enticing countryside. Trekking and hiking trails may be found in the following

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December to March

  • Devil’s Staircase

One of the most popular hiking and jeep trails goes through the little town of Ohiya and allows you to visit the country’s highest waterfall, Bambarakanda Waterfall (263m).

Trai Length- 9 Km

Duration- 4hrs

Difficulty- moderate

December to March

  • Ella Rock and Little Adam’s peak

Ella Rock is a well-known hiking and camping destination. Going’s certainly worth it for the wonderful panoramic stunning views.

Trail Length- vary

Duration- 4hrs

Difficulty- moderate

  • Haputale Tea Plantation

Hike through tea plantations with spectacular landscapes of countryside and views.

Trail Length- 8 Km

Duration- 2hrs

Difficulty- easy

January to March and August to October

  • Sinharaja Rainforest

UNESCO designated the country’s last sustainable area of primary tropical rainforest as a World Natural Heritage site.

Trail Length- vary

Duration- 3hrs

Difficulty- easy

December to March (generally year-round)

  • Horton Plains National Park

The highest plateau in Sri Lanka is 32 Km2 in size and is made up of highland forest and wet grassland.

Trail Length- 9.5 Km

Duration- 3-4 hours

Difficulty- easy

November to March

  • Weligalpoththa Monastery

This hike via a forested route past an isolated community provides you serenity.

Trail Length-10 Km


Difficulty- easy

December to April

  • Adam’s Peak

It is a mountain peak of 2243m in height with a large stone-carved footprint on the summit. The mountain is one of the rare pilgrimage sites.

Trail Length- 7 Km

Duration- 3-4 hours

Difficulty- moderate

Year round

  • Sigiriya Rock Fortress and Pidurangala

Sigiriya Rock Fortress is a well-preserved ancient rock fortress and one of South Asia’s archaeological treasures. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka. Pidurangala is an ancient Buddhist monastery built on a natural rock.

Trail Length- 1-3 Km

Duration- Half a day

Difficulty- moderate

December to February

  • Knuckles Mountain Range

Some trails take you through rural villages, while others take you through waterfalls and beautiful flora. The mountain range has been designated as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site.

Trail Length- vary

Duration- 6-8hrs

Difficulty- hard

December to February and August to September

  • Kitulgala Rainforest-

The area is lushly forested, with several rushing waterfalls and natural ponds.

Trail Length- vary

Duration- 4-7 hours

Difficulty- moderate

You may bring:

Water shoes, sandals with and ankle strap or a pair of trainers / Quick dry short and T shirt / Not overly revealing clothes / Insect repellent / Sunblock / Waterproof camera / A glasses strap is a good idea / Hat with a visor for sun protection / Plastic bags to keep wet clothes/ Leech Repellent

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