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Sri Lanka’s mountainous interior offers a refreshing escape from its famed coastlines and jungles, with cool temperatures rarely surpassing 21°C. Hiking here is an adventure for all, from leisurely strolls to challenging treks, with over 350 waterfalls to explore.

Ella Rock
Begin your day in Ella and ascend Ella Rock for stunning views at 1000 meters above sea level, best enjoyed in the early morning to avoid crowds and rain.

Knuckles Range
Nestled between Kandy and Matale, the Knuckles Range offers diverse trails. Opt for a day hike to a lower peak with a scenic lunch break, or embark on a multi-day expedition to Meemure.

Adam’s Peak
More than just a hike, Adam’s Peak is a spiritual journey, with devotees climbing 5200 steps to an altitude exceeding 2000 meters. It’s best avoided during the rainy season from November to May.

Hike Pidurangala near Sigiriya for panoramic views of the iconic fortress and valley. A sunrise trek followed by a visit to Sigiriya makes for a perfect day.

Follow the railway track between two stations on the Idalgasinha trail, passing through forests and tunnels. Keep an eye out for passing trains on this serene journey.

Bambarakanda Waterfalls
Conquer Bambarakanda Waterfalls, standing at 263 meters, and enjoy the views from the crest. Don’t miss the opportunity for breathtaking photos of the eastern plains.

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