♥ Travelling in AC coach (approx. 400 km)
♥ Travelling inside Moray Estate (4WD)
♥ Day 1 – Breakfast – Coffee with Rotty
♥ Day 1 – Brunch – Picnic
♥ Day 1 – Dinner @ Fishing Hut
♥ Day 2 – Breakfast @ Fishing Hut
♥ Day 2 – Lunch (Buffet)
♥ Accommodation @ Fishing Hut (Eco Type Log House)
♥ Picnic served at Moon Plains (සදගලතැන්න)
♥ Service of an English-Speaking Trekking Guide
♥ Tips for Trekkers/Cooks/Drivers
♥ All Taxes & Service Charges
Adam’s Peak, also known as Sri Pada, is a 2,243m (7,359 ft) mountain in the central highland region of Sri Lanka. Popular for Sri Lankans and tourists alike. The typical climb is started in the middle of the night so you can reach the peak for a breathtaking sunrise.
• The high season for trekking runs from December to May where there will be a high traffic of climbers.
• Hiking is possible throughout the year and if you want to avoid too much crowd this is the best.
• During the peak season, you will come across many locals taking this trek as a form of pilgrimage.
• It is a three-hour one-way hike to the top and many starts early to reach the top for sunrise.
Buddhists believe that the depression in the rocks is Buddha’s footprint while Muslim’s think it’s Adam’s footprint, and the Portuguese recognized it as the footprint of St. Thomas The Apostle.