Travelers visiting Horton national park also visit Baker’s fall, a waterfall formed by tributary of Walawe River, falling from a height of 20 m.
The most popular tourist attraction in Horton Plains national park is World’s End that is a vertical cliff with 870 m drop. World’s End is situated at the northern end of the national park. There is also Lesser World’s End with 270 m drop located closer to World’s End. More
Horton national park is also home to 24 species of mammals including elk, deer, leopards, giant squirrel, wild boar and wild hare. There are also 87 species of birds with 14 endemic species in the national park. Travelers can also enjoy trekking and mountain climbing activities in the region.