The Ella Gap is a deep valley connecting the hillcountry with the southern plains of Sri Lanka. The Gap is framed by two peaks known as “Ella Rock” and “Little Adam’s Peak”, which can be reached by hikers. The view to the Ella Gap is the main reason why Ella has become the most popular tourist destination in the southern mountain range in Sri Lanka. The former British resthouse and many guesthouses – though by far not all of them - offer perfect mountain- and valley-views from their balconies. The Ravana waterfalls and Ravana Cave are within the Ella Gap, halfway between the hills and the plains. More about Ella and guesthouses with best vistas here...
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