Ten kilometres from Bandarawela, on the Ella-Wellawaya road, is a waterfall that combines both size and beauty as it falls from a height of 75ft. Named after Sri Lanka’s legendary King Ravana, the anti-hero of India’s Ramayana, the Ravana Fall cascades over an oval shaped rocky outcrop before falling into a pool six feet deep. During the rainy season, the water fall takes the shape of an areca flower with withering petals. This beautiful fall, one of the most popular waterfalls in the Island, is by the side of the road, providing an easy access.
|Venue name:||Ravana Ella|