Horton Plains National Park

Horton Plains, the highest plateau in Sri Lanka and one of the most “amazing and forbidding locations” in the nation, is almost 2000 meters above sea level. The plains, which are difficult to reach but well worth the walk, are situated in the central hill area, 20 km south of Nuwara Eliya. This breathtaking scenery is a sight for sore eyes with its wild meadows, pockets of deep forests, lakes, and waterfalls. The plains are home to a variety of animals, including wild boar, sambar deer, shaggy bear-monkeys, and the rare toque macaque, which can occasionally be seen. Additionally, the Horton Plains National Park is home to sights including Bakers Falls, Chimney Pool, and World’s End.