The beautiful island of Sri Lanka is filled with remarkable appeals and attractions. There are many stunning sites to explore in this charming island so your holiday experience will surely not be dull. The article below provides some information about a few famous mountains in Sri Lanka that you can consider visiting.

Hanthana Mountain

Conical Hill

Conical Hill which is located in the Nuwara Eliya District is one of the most picturesque in the country. It has a height of 2,166 meters.

Single Tree Hill

Single Tree Hill, which is also known as One Tree Hill is a beautiful mountain in Sri Lanka. It is the 10th tallest mountain in the country, boasting of a height of 2,100 meters. The zenith of the mountain has a single tree as the name implies. The sights that behold you as you stand under the cooling shade of this tree will truly take your very breath away! You will be able to see the majestic Hakgala Range, Sri Pada Range as well as Pidurutalagala Range from the top of the Single Tree Hill.4 Days in Sri LankaMany adventurous travelers enjoy hikes in this famous mountains. The best time to start the hike in the Single Tree Hill is between 4.30 a.m. and 5.00 a.m. You will have to wear comfortable clothes and shoes for the journey. It will take you around 2 hours to reach the top of the hill.

Famous Mountains in Sri Lanka

Gommolli Kanda

This is a mountain that has a very interesting name! Gommolli in Sinhala means ‘hump of the bull’ and the name is given to the mountain because of the unique shape of the peaks that adorn the zenith. Bambarakanda Falls, which is the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka is located in close proximity to this iconic mountain.

Famous Mountains in Sri Lanka

You will be able to enjoy remarkable island tours arranged in the island as you travel with Green Holiday Centre. Be sure to carry your camera with you when you travel as the incredible sights and sceneries of the country will take your very breath away!

Pidurutalagala Mountain


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