Waterfall Hike and Village Experience from Mahiyanganaya
Waterfall Hike and Village Experience from Mahiyanganaya
Waterfall Hike and Village Experience from Mahiyanganaya
Waterfall Hike and Village Experience from Mahiyanganaya
Waterfall Hike and Village Experience from Mahiyanganaya
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Waterfall Hike and Village Experience from Mahiyanganaya

(SKU: LK60690300) Enjoy an authentic Sri Lankan lunch when at the Rathna Ella village.Embark on a 2-kilometre hike from the Rathna Ella village to witness the majestic Kaluwa Wetuna Ella waterfall.

Includes

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off.
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle.
  • An experienced tour guide.
  • Traditional Village Lunch.
  • A gift from the pottery-making village home.
  • A traditional welcome drink from the village house “Gama Gedara.
  • Two organic energy drinks.
  • All Taxes & service charges.

Excludes

  • Food and drinks.
  • Gratuities.
  • Expenses of personal nature.

What to Expect

You will be starting your tour shortly after dawn, at 6:00 am.You will go through the lush forests of Mahiyangana to reach the Rathna Ella waterfall.The route is about 3.5 kilometres long but the destination is well worth the journey. The 101-meter waterfall is the highest in the Kandy region and one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sri Lanka. Embark on a 2-kilometre hike from the Rathna Ella village to witness the majestic Kaluwa Wetuna Ella waterfall.

Enjoy an authentic Sri Lankan lunch when at the Rathna Ella village. The meals in store for you have been created using recipes passed down from generation to generation and made by the locals with a lot of love - which is probably why it tastes so delightful!

“A Pan Padura”, which translates to “a reed mat”, is a staple in every household in rural Sri Lanka. Each intricately designed mat is woven by hand for over a month, using reeds harvested from the local fields.Using the practices shared by the local villagers, try your hand at creating a reed mat of your own.