The diverse landscapes provide countless opportunities for hiking and trekking in Sri Lanka, you just need to know where to look! Hikers can take on a challenging journey through lush green forests and rocky mountains or enjoy a stroll through beautiful paddy fields or nature parks. These adventures can be made even more memorable by taking advantage of other opportunities like taking a dip in the cool crisp natural pools in some parts of the island, especially in the Sinharaja Rain Forest.
A trekking/hiking session in The Sinharaja Rain Forest promises breath-taking views of waterfalls and natural pools. You can always take a dip in the welcoming water en route. A hike to the Sinharaja Rainforest is the best way to enjoy the natural beauty of this area.
The mountain climb to reach the sun rise, famously known as Adams Peak or “Sri Pada” is a humbling experience. As Adams Peak is said to hold a valuable part of local history, you will have to hike side by side with the pilgrims climbing the peak for their religious worshipping. The Sunrise from the peak is said to be nothing short of perfect.
Hiking and Trekking in Bandarawela will make it possible for the traveller to experience “The Little Adams Peak”, Ella Rock and the Namunukula Mountain Range.