Ohiya

Ohiya, Sri Lanka

Travel Blogs from Ohiya

Ohiya Travel Blogs (9)
sitting on the edge of the end of the world, Ohiya, Sri Lanka travel blog

sitting on the edge of the end of the world

A travel blog entry by ecour0404

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... energy. All the locals were dancing and singing and just having a grand old time. We were dropped off in the tiny village of ohiya which has a,population of 100. Everyone was very confused as to why we were headed there. our master plan was to avoid ...

Trekking to the World

Trekking to the World's End and back!

A travel blog entry by arifuddin.ahmed

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... ;him to keep going! Then we pass through Ambewela town - the area around it is the highest and largest grassland of Sri Lanka and the environment conditions make it ideal for cattle rearing and dairy industry. This is the reason why it is ...

Day 39 - The walk into the valley of clouds, Ohiya, Sri Lanka travel blog

Day 39 - The walk into the valley of clouds

A travel blog entry by patersn

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Another early start. This time we had to have our bags packed and out by 6:15am, but we won't see our bags again until Tuesday night. We were also required to have our backpacks packed with sufficient gear ready to commence the two day hike. We walked ...

The End of the World, Ohiya, Sri Lanka travel blog

The End of the World

A travel blog entry by sarahmatler

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... 160;km to the bottom and on a clear day you can see the Indian Ocean 81km away! Hortons Plains is the only National Park in Sri Lanka where you are allowed to wander around without a guide so long as you stick to the path. That being said the path can ...