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|Year and Month||2016 January|
|Number of Days||One|
|Activities||Sightseeing, adventure hiking and photography|
|Weather||Clear sky with mist|
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Non pariel estate is having 6 divisions. Uggalduwa is the bottom of the world’s end and all the dead bodies can be collect from there. But it is a rough and full day jouney from Uggalduwa to that place. Otherwise continue your journey to Nagrak bunglow, which is located at the top of this mountain range. And there you will find the boarder of Horton Plains and Non Pariel.
Since Horton Plains is a world heritage, please do not attempt to go there without having any valid approval. Accessing to World’s end without any valid ticket is always prohibited. As per my thought if you are coming by bike or by foot you have to spend at least 3-4 hours for these 21 kms. Because there are lot see, sometimes we were looking at the giant mountains and the world’s end mountain range for few minutes. It is really amazing, can’t believe this wonderful creations.
Non parial is a beautiful estate with low public facilities. These people are facing to many challenges. While you are traveling to the bunglow via baker’s end, please note that the forest path to the Galagama fall will start from the Baker’s end. Ask the directions from a villager or else you couldn’t be finding it.
We don’t see any leeches since the weather is in a good mood. But as per the villagers, there are many leeches around the bottom area of the estate in rainy days.