This is the only national park in Sri Lanka where visitors are permitted to walk on their own (on designated trails only).
The walk to World’s End is 4km, but the trail loops back to Baker’s Falls (2km) and continues back to the entrance
(another 3.5km). The round trip is 9.5km and takes a leisurely three hours. Note that around 9am to 10am the mist usually
comes down. All you can expect to see from World’s End after this time is a swirling white wall. If you aim for a 5.30am
departure from NuwaraEliya or Haputale and get to World’s End around 7am, you’ll have a good chance of spectacular views.
Try to avoid doing this walk on Sundays and public holidays, when it can get crowded. And despite the signs, weekend groups
of young Sri Lankan guys will do their utmost to make noise and inadvertently scare away the wildlife.