On the way to Ohiya is the sleepy little station of Idalgashinna. Picturesque and old fashioned, it sits on the edge of a most beautiful scene. Take the iconic railway route to this quaint station.
Hike to the World's End drop where the Horton Plains plateau comes to a sudden end creating a stunning escarpment that plunges 880m.
Located in Horton Plains National Park, Baker's falls is the birth place of the Belhul Oya; one of the four main rivers in Sri Lanka which later becomes the Walawe Ganga.
The hike to the peak of Ella rock is through various types of greenery, at one point tea bushes and at others forests. Have a cup of tea at the top while you enjoy the scenery.
Stroll down the tracks that run through deep forest on one side, and a view of the valley on the other, to get to the famous Nine Arches bridge.
A short drive or bus ride away from Ella town are the famous Ravana Falls, named after an ancient myth. You can even climb over the rocks by the roadside and dip into the natural pool formed near the top of the falls.
The towering figures believed to be from Buddhist history are truly a sight to behold – standing at 15m tall they are the tallest on the island, and make for an imposing view.
Make your way up to one of the most spectacular waterfall views that you could wish for – and you can even have a swim in a natural pool.
The ancient Katharagama Devale of Soragune temple has a history going back to the era of King Walagamba. Ruins such as stone scripture, old stone pillars, slabs and buildings with drawings still remain at the site.
Mostly undocumented and overlooked, the waterfalls in the Kiriwannagama region provide a fun trek for those with a sense of adventure and deep appreciation of inimitable views.
Hike to one of Sri Lanka’s famous waterfalls and enjoy the winding trail that leads to a truly splendid waterfall. The highest in Sri Lanka, make sure to visit at a time that you will be able to witness the falls at their fullest.