Located within the Horton Plains National Park, World’s End is a cliff drop of about 4000 feet and one of the most visited attractions in the island. The hike to World’s End is filled with magnificent views and you just might bump into or catch a glimpse of the numerous species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians around the plains. For those looking for a peaceful and calm hike, this is it. You can also stop by at Baker’s Falls on your way back, with the entire loop taking around two and a half hours.
The best time to visit is between six and 10 AM before the clouds roll in and obscure the view. Tiny settlements, towns, villages and lush emerald green hills as far as your eyes can see, stretching out ahead of you is what you witness as you reach World’s End.