Madulsima

Madulsima

Madulsima, stay on the clouds in the scenic mountain in Madulsima Mini World’s End, which is also known as Pitamaruwa Mini World’s End lies in Roeberry Estate in Madulsima.

BY Palitha Weerawansa
PUBLISHED ON May 11, 2021 | LAST MODIFIED ON June 4, 2021

Who doesn't want to get away from their busy lives and go somewhere relaxing? If you hike in Madulsima Mini World's End and spend one night, the stunning view will be obscured in the morning. Clouds that crash over mountain tops like a giant waterfall.

How to get to Madulsima Mini World’s End

If you are going by bus, the 99 route bus from Colombo to Badulla is a good option, and from Badulla, you can take the bus to Pitamaruwa. If you take the bus from Badulla to Pitamaruwa at 7:00 a.m., you can arrive by 11:00 a.m. and ask the conductor to drop you off at the Madulsima Mini World's end. You can walk to the spot from the 30th milepost, which is just 1.1 km away.

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If you're only visiting for the day, you'll only have three hours to hike, relax, and return until the same bus departs for Badulla at about 1 p.m. If you want to return on the same bus, tell the driver that you will be returning so that you will not be inconvenienced if you are delayed by 2-3 minutes.

Route to Madulsima

About Madulsima

Madulsima is a charming little village in Sri Lanka's Uva province, and the Madulsima town is a lovely place that is mainly shrouded in mist and is home to Sinhalese, Tamils, and Muslims, and you can eat dishes from various cultures here.

Madulsima is one of Sri Lanka's most distinctly seasonal transition areas, has one of the highest oxygen concentrations.

Learn before you go hiking and camping in Madulsima

Carry a rain cover for the tents as well as a raincoat in case of heavy rain. There is a water stream of consumable water, so you do not need to bear any water. The last town you'll come across on your journey is Madulsima, so make sure you have everything you need from there since there are no stores until you reach the 30th milepost.

The last town you'll come across on your journey is Madulsima, so make sure you have everything you need from there since there are no stores until you reach the 30th milepost.

If you are going by bus try to take the first bus to Pitamaruwa, which leaves Badulla at 7 a.m. Since the road is wet and has a water stream current running through it, use leech repellent. Beware of the Bees, since they can take over the place at some times of the year. It is not a smart idea to go out at night.

Wake up early to take advantage of the incredible blue hour view, as it does not last long.

Especially: Plastic and polythene should be avoided.

We have compiled all of the necessary details about Madulsima for you here.

Madulsima Camping

The building of tents in the Madolsima Mini World's End area has been temporarily prohibited for visitors, according to Meegahakiula Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman Lalith Jayawardena. (Date: 20 February 2021)

What else is there to see in Madulsima

Madulsima D.S. Rock

Madulsima

Tiny rock in the distance on the Kokagala Estate road is on the way to Madulsima Mini World's End. The villagers name it D.S. Rock because it resembles Mr. D.S Senanayake's face.