Adam s Peak has been the source of religious mythology for thousands of years due to the mysterious ‘footprint” which can be found at the top. Christian settlers dubbed it as the last place where Adam set foot on earth as he left Eden, but the Buddhist locals know it as Sri Pada, the last stepping place of Buddha before he made his way to paradise, When you reach the top and see the horizon bursting with colour your dreams will be realized and your sore feet forgotten

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Begin your climb at around 2am in time to make it to the summit for the beautiful sunrise. The climb takes roughly 3-4 hours, once on top take a walk around the Buddhist temple as the day breaks into beautiful colours all around you

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