Sri Padaya, also known as Adam’s Peak or in Sinhalese Samanala Kanda – සමනළ කන්ද; “Butterfly Mountain”, is the fifth highest mountain in Sri Lanka. 2,243 m (7,359 feet) tall conical mountain is a sacred summit for Lankan Buddhists where ascending the mountain is not just a hike for them but a pilgrimage as the sacred footprint of Lord Buddha is placed on a rock on the summit of the mountain and they, Lankan Buddhists, consider hiking the mountain is a must for at least once in a lifetime. Read More
If you want to be isolated from the modernity and its complexions and wanted to be get charmed of flawing water and its purity Sinharaja Forest Reserve is the place to be. Sinharaja is a national park and a world heritage site designated by UNESCO, the largest rain forest in Sri Lanka and a popular hiking site among local and foreign tourists.
Sinharaja covers an area of 23000 acres. It’s a huge observation and hiking premises. Sinharaja is a bird watchers’ paradise. It is a home of over 25 endemic species and many a myriad of others. Read More
Bible rock, known as “Bathalegala” is a 798 meters high mountain to be seen from Kadugannawa Pass, which is located in Hathgampala turning from Gewilipitya in Aranayaka road from Mawanella which is about 25 – 30 kilometers away from Kandy, Sri Lanka. There were some hikes in Mawanella area previously, but not to Bible Rock, which was one of the best hikes to be involved with. Read More