Wonderful scenery once you reach the top of the rock and many nice surprises on the way starting from agriculture fields, tea plantations, scrubs, and forest.
20 minutes’ drive from Sunnyside. This beautiful and amazing bridge was built between the two railway stations – Ella and Demodara during the British Colonial period. The 99.6ft high bridge is known in Sinhala as “Ahasnamayepalama” (Nine skies bridge). Half an hour walks from Ella town on the railway track towards to Badulla.
60 minutes’ drive from Sunnyside. One of the country’s most renowned waterfalls is Dunhinda, on the Mahiyanganaya Road, about 5 km from Badulla. Flowing from BaduluOya, the 210 feet high Dunhinda, is surrounded by mountains and jungle Water Fall: Located on the way to Ella rock ,2km walk on rail way track towards to Bandarawella.
Legend has it that it was used by King Rawana to hide the Princess Sita. It is also thought to be connected to the cave at the Dowa rock temple in Bandarawela (part of King Walagamba’s famous ‘tunnel network’)