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Ravana Ella Falls, Ella
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See an impressive natural feature at Ravana Ella Falls, measuring 25 m (82 ft) in height. Plummeting down an uneven rocky outcrop, the cataract resembles the withering petals of an areca flower and represents the setting of several local myths and legends. With several plunge pools and multiple cascades, the area offers a popular walking route, where each of the natural tiers gives extensive views of the surrounding nature reserve, and the individual pools invite you to cool off. To visit Ravana Ella Falls on your trip to Ella, use our Ella trip builder.
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  • Not quite worth the visit. The water is not very clean, and there were local people showering with shampoo and stuff, which didn't make the water very appealing. The place itself isn't very clean, and...  more »
  • With a bus from Ella,you can reach there 20-25 minutes.If you have children with you ,please watch out your steps. There are many monkeys that will steal your money or stuffs or gopro:) Better to go w...  more »
  • To reach the water you need on the slippery stones. Best dangerous. Some tried to climb ever upwards for a even better views, but have that with the death. There is a sign in 4 languages now how many people have died. The counter is now at 36!!! You'll see a lot of monkeys and the always omnipresent street dogs.
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