Hiking in one way to connect with nature in Sri Lanka !
Sri Lanka is a spectacular tropical island teeming with lush green hills, white beaches, mountains, waterfalls, lakes, lagoons, tea plantations, prehistoric caves, and religious sites.
Whether you want to brave it alone or choose a guided tour organised by various agencies, Sri Lanka is a rich, beautiful country waiting to be explored. You can go for extensive treks or simple nature walks as per your whims and fancies.
The island offers a many trekking opportunities as one can wish: a walk through vast expanses of paddy fields, a climb to reach mountain tops, a night climb to catch the magnificent sunrise from Adam’s Peak or a sinuous walk to admire World’s End in the Horton Plains National Park. One other popular trek takes you through the Sinharaja rainforest, promising ample scenic views of waterfalls and water pools. If you have children with you, there is always the option of going for a short, easy trek through the lowlands. Another good option is to walk down to the foot of a waterfall through the winding paths and get yourself swayed and drenched by the wind and the water.
Quite a few tour companies provide various trekking and hiking options including overnight camping, village stays and jungle walks. If there is nothing that you really fancy, you can always just stop your car at one of a the plentiful vistas the island has to offer and climb up a hill or walk down a valley whenever you feel like refreshing your lungs with pure fresh air.
DeparturePlease arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
Departure TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
IncludedAll Museum TicketsMealsPersonal GuideTransportation/Car
Not IncludedAccommondationTypical Souvenir