The summit of Ella Rock provides the perfect vantage point. It offers stunning views of surrounding hills and the plains below. It is the best hiking destination in Ella.
This miniature version of the famous Adam’s Peak pilgrim mountain is easy to climb. The top offers phenomenal views of the Ella Gap and the Ella Rock.
This viaduct bridge is an architectural feat from the colonial era. This 80ft high railway bridge provides the most remarkable Ella Sri Lanka train experience.
It is Sri Lanka’s 2nd highest waterfall. It is a sheer 220m cascade of water with natural pools at different levels for some of the world’s best scenic swimming.
Legend has it that King Ravana hid princess Sita in the cave behind the waterfall. It is one of the widest falls in Sri Lanka and is 25m high. You can visit its cave too.
This gorgeous viewpoint is where Thomas Lipton first planted the seeds of Sri Lanka’s most famous export, Lipton tea. It is the best view of hill country tea estates.