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Horton Plains National Park

Secluded in the mountains blanketed by the mist, Horton Plains is a unique eco system with cool climate on a elevation of 2300 meters above sea level. The reserve is home to many endemic flora of the country and for fauna the Sri Lankan Sambar deer herds and rare sighting of the mountain leopard is recorded. Horton Plains marks the beginning of 3 large rivers in Sri Lanka – Mahaweli, Kalani and Walawe that feeds water for some of the main agricultural regions in the country. The worlds end, a sheer fall of land mass of about 1000 meters giving the place its name, and Backers Falls located deep in the jungle are 2 of the major attractions of the park.

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