The Sacred Mountain
For those who are big on trekking and exploring, you can’t ever go wrong visiting Adam’s Peak Sri Lanka. The pyramid-shaped mountain of 2,243 m (7,359 ft) in height will make you feel like you are at the top of the world when you reach the top.
Considered to be one of the most sacred mountains in Sri Lanka, the place doesn’t lack history and beauty. The Buddhist monastery and the Lord Buddha’s footprint on Adam’s peak, are the main highlight of this attraction that attracts thousands of devotees from far corners of the island.
Hikking the Adam’s Peak
Climbing Adam’s peak usually starts at night and will take you along a path with more than 5500 steps lies through pristine tropical jungle setting. Trek as you fill up your lungs with refreshing air under the cold weather and enjoy the company of fellow pilgrims listening to the songs they sing along the way.
Yes, the path is not the easiest, but the sight you’ll witness on the top, the magnificent sunrise along with sun rays kissed landscapes will reward you all your pain.
The echoing sounds of the bells and the tranquillity filled surrounding will take you to another world as you take in the beauty of the view that surrounds you. The descending journey will start in the morning, which will promise you an eco-expedition worth a lifetime. Let us show you Adam’s peak like no other.