Ravana falls, The seven colossal figures sculpted in the rock face in Buduruwagala, Diyaluma fall, Lipten seat, Haputale Dambetanna tea factory, Dova Templete and back to Ella.
Dambatenna Tea Factory
World's End (Hontain Plains)
Safari on your way to South
We have special arrangement to visit national parks on your way to south, after 3 hours jeep safari we will drop you safety to your next stop at South coast to Tissamaharama, Tangalle,Talalla, Mirissa, Unawatun or to Galle.
Udawalawe National Park
Udawalawe National Park is world famous for its large elephant populations. In this park one can observe elephants at any given time of the day. Other than Elephants water buffalo, spotted & barking deer, wild boar, sambhur, jackal & ruddy, grey & striped necked mongoose are also found in this park. Though the leopard, jungle & fishing cats have recorded in the park sightings are very rare. The park is also famous for various bird life.
Bundala Natioal Park
Where else in Sri Lanka one enjoy viewing migratory shorebirds in their thousands,Elephant ,Crocodiles and two kinds of Monkeys specially Flamingos. Bundala National Park is the Ramsar wetland with lagoons, border to south coast.
Yala National Park
Yala National Park is one of the best places for sightings of wild Elephants and Leopards .The park is home to many animals including Buffaloes, , Monkeys, Circles, Crocodiles, Wild boars and Bears.Tangalla will be the best stop if you wish to do Yala on the way to south .after 3 hours safari will take around one and half hours drive to Tangalla.