Adam’s Peak

Also referred to as Sri Pada, Adam’s Peak has religious significance for many different faiths. Both pilgrims and visitors alike embark on the arduous trip to its peak. Between the full moon in December and Vesak Poya in May, the pilgrimage season lasts. The stunning sunrise view from the mountain, which is regarded as sacred by Buddhists, Hindus, Christians, and Muslims, is the climb’s reward. A place of veneration is the “Sri Pada” or “Sacred Footprint” on the mountain. The journey itself is evidence of the island’s spiritual harmony and cultural variety.

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