Horton Plains National Park
With a divine beauty of nature’s delights, Horton Plains National Park hosts the route to World’s End which is 3700 feet sheer drop offering fascinating views of the tea estates below and southern coastline and the beautifully cascaded Baker’s fall, two key highlights of the park. Promising incredible and breathtaking views of scenery, wild life, flora and fauna, it should be best visited early morning before sunrise. Some of the mammals that can be spot at Horton Plains National Park include Elk, Sambar Deer, Giant Squirrel, Wild Boar, Wild Hare, Bear Monkey, Porcupine and Leopard.
Horton Plains National Park is well known for 14 endemic birds and many other migratory birds with most commonly seen Yellow-eared Bulbul, Sri Lanka Bush Warbler and the Dull-blue Flycatcher.