Baker's Falls

Nestled within the breathtaking landscapes of the Horton Plains National Park in Sri Lanka, Baker’s Falls stands as a testament to the raw beauty of nature. Cascading gracefully from a height of 20 meters, this iconic waterfall is a sight to behold.

Situated on a tributary of the Belihul Oya, Baker’s Falls offers visitors a mesmerizing spectacle against a backdrop of towering mountains. The air is often shrouded in a delicate mist created by the icy waters, lending an ethereal quality to the surroundings.

Named in honor of Sir Samuel Baker, a renowned British explorer and esteemed big game hunter, Baker’s Falls pays homage to his contributions to the exploration of the island. His legacy is intertwined with the natural wonders of Sri Lanka, immortalized in the cascading waters that bear his name.

Surrounded by rare black monkeys and vibrant rhododendrons in full bloom, Baker’s Falls is not just a waterfall but a sanctuary of biodiversity. Its serene ambiance and captivating beauty make it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike.