The serenely beautiful area that makes up Horton s Plains form a 2000m high plateau that comes to an abrupt stop known as World’s End. There are plenty of different hiking routes in the area, and the scenery and fresh air offered makes it a prime spot for nature lovers. If you get up early enough in the morning, the views from World’s End are simply stunning In the afternoon however, a layer of cloud usually obstructs the view

Best time to visit: January to May

Landscape: Stretching high up into the mountains Horton s Plains is made up mostly of grassland and cloud forest

Wildlife: The most commonly seen mammal in Horton Plains is the sambar deer, however it is also home to a diverse range of other animals and also an excellent place for spotting birds

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