Sri Lanka is an adventure and fun spot that knows no bounds. There are various unexpected elements and wonderful encounters in every corner of this beautiful country. The Wavula Pane, a cave situated northwest of Embilipitiya in Bulutota Rakwana, is among these locations. Wavula Pane cave in the Ratnapura district is famous as the archeological site in Bulutota Rakwana range, at about 278 meters above sea level in the Kolonne Korale. Wavula Pane turns into a Bats Cave and has over 250,000 bats occupied. Close Wavula Pane cave you can find some enjoyable and fascinating places to visit. Places include Waterfalls Bambarakanda, National Park Horton Plains, Sinharaja Forest Reserve, and more!
1. Sinharaja Forest Reserve
It’s much safer for the fire nature loving duos. Sri Lankan honeymoon is one of Sri Lanka’s most beautiful places, the world heritage site for its biodiversity.
Special for Honeymooners: Go for a walk in the jungle to absorb the splendid natural environment or enjoy birding from water to migration to exotic indigenous species. You can even choose a camping experience in an extreme jungle adventure.
2. Bambarakanda Waterfalls
If you’re touring the Ratnapura district, it’s one of the must-visit spots. It is Sri Lanka’s tallest waterfall at an incredible height of 790 metres. You have to travel up the mountains to enter the Bambarakanda waterfall. The waterfall is framed by pine trees and the edge of the cliff is rounded off with a stunning view. It is best to enjoy a beautiful shower under Sri Lanka’s tallest waterfall when you get to the base of the waterfall.
3. Udawalawe National Park
The National Park Udawalawe is situated on the Sri Lankan border between the Provinces of Sabaragamuwa and Uva. The park was designed for the displaced animals during the Udawalawe dam development. It’s where Asian elephants are living in the wild. So you have to visit this place if you’re an elephant lover!
4. Horton Plains National Park
Situated in the Central highlands of Sri Lanka, the Horton Plains National Park includes desert grasslands and cloud forests. The largest point on the island is Horton Plains. There is a healthy flora and fauna in the woods. Ironically, due to the cold weather conditions, the Dwarf lizard species evolved, giving birth, instead of laying eggs, to living young people.
5. Ravanas Cave
Ravana reportedly kept Sita in this cellar. The cave of Ravana lies only 2 km from Ella, a small town in the vicinity of the cliffs. It has a historical significance and is considered one of the most popular tourist attractions in Sri Lanka. The road towards the cellar is quite steep, so we recommend you to wear clothes and shoes to remain safe and comfortable when visiting the Ravana Grotto.
Sri Lanka is very nice and can be enjoyed all year round, but the perfect period in the summers from March to June, from December to February, to explore this beautiful island. The dry seasons and the best time to enjoy the city’s wonderful views and explore the city are both seasons. During the monsoon time, Sri Lanka sees very few crowds because of travel restrictions during a serious downpour.