A hike through the rugged terrains of the Horton’s Plains National Park will offer you beautiful landscapes and refreshingly cold breezes and colourful wildflowers. Home to a variety of flora and fauna from Sambar deer to leopards, the park was designated as a national park on 1988. Adventurous explorers can further venture to the edge of the World’s End or take in the beauty of the cascading Baker’s Falls located within the park.