Surathali Ella

Surathali Ella ( "Ella" means Waterfall )  is 60m in height, 2m wide and made up of three segments. It is named after a film that was shot in the area.

Surathali Ella Falls is 60m in height, 2m wide and made up of three segments. It is named after a film that was shot in the area. Originating from the Sri Pada Reserve’s Ellamana mountain range (948m), the fall is created by the Kadawath River, which flows along Sabaragamuwa Uva and later into the Weli River. It is bordered by an untouched wildlife sanctuary.

At the Mahaeliyakande there are certain soil crystals known as Sita Devi Guli, which resemble the rice used to make sweet meat, called Aggala. According to folklore, Sita Devi (Queen Sita) is said to have made sweet meat here and spilled some of it, which is what remains at the site today.

Another story has it that two villagers saw gold plates glittering in a cave, while on a jungle trek. They decided to retrieve the treasure and ventured inside the cave but as soon as they were inside, the stone door of the cave shut, barring their exit. They were allowed out only once they had acknowledged that the treasure belonged to King Walagamba.

Take the Balangoda – Badulla road to the 169 – 170th mile posts, between Halpe and Marangawela. Turn at the Belihul River, near Halpe and proceed for 8km along the Colombo – Ratnapura – Batticoloa road. Near the 105th mile post, 20m through mountainous jungle, the fall can be found.

 

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Bambarakanda Falls

Bambarakanda Falls (also known as Bambarakele Falls) is the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. With a height of 263 m (863 ft), it ranks as the 299th highest waterfall in the world[citation needed]. Situated in Kalupahana in the Badulla District, this waterfall is 5 km away from the A4 Highway. The waterfall was formed by Kuda Oya, which is a branch of the Walawe River. The Bambarakanda Falls can be found in a forest of pine trees.

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Sera Ella - Matale

Sera Ella is located from 18km's down from the riverstone moutain. Its better if you use a jeep or a van with increased weel hight to watch this place. The name "SERA ELLA" explains that the beauty of this waterfall is just like the leaves of a sera tree hanging down. Its HIGHLY not recommended to bathe in this waterfall because after a curtain point it directly goes deep without a measurable point.

Another beauty of this waterfall is that there is a small cave behind the waterfall, now a days its well prepared to protection of the viewers so that everybody can come and watch it easily.

Sera ella is an amazing wonder if you want to explore the natural nature of the srilanka, The time we visited, This beauty was little less with her load of water but right after the rainy season shes ready to shine as a newly born girl. please conserve this beauty for the future generation, and be very very carefull when you're visiting this place.

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Laxapana Waterfalls

Laxapana Falls is 126m high and the 8th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 625th highest waterfall in the world.It is situated in Hatton area in Nuwara Eliya District. It's formed by Maskeliya Oya near the confluence of Kehelgamu Oya and Maskeliya Oya which forms Kelani River. The Falls gives its name to twin Hydroelectricity Power stations, Laxapana which generates 50MW of electricity and New Laxapana which generates 100MW.

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Hidden waterfalls in Sinharaja

In the rain forest conservation of Sinharaja a world heritage there are 19 waterfalls. They are, Pathanoya Falls, Suduwalikotha Falls, Brahmana Falls, Lankagama Uran Watuna Falls, Hathbinna Falls, Malmora Falls, Bambaraweldola Doovili Falls, Batakotuwala Falls, Little Princess Falls, Pittakale Doovilli falls, Neluwa Doovilli falls, Wathugala falls, Lankagama Kekuna Falls, Illukumbakanda Doovilli falls, Galoruwa Falls, Nellugolla Falls and Beraliya Dola Falls respectively. Adventives spices of fish, birds live here. Ancient Arab traveler Batuta had mentioned the aesthetic splendor of these falls.

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Dunhida Waterfall and Punchi Dunhida

The Dunhinda Falls is one of Sri Lanka's most beautiful waterfalls located about 5 km off Badulla town. The waterfall, which is 210 feet (64 m) high gets its name from the smoky dew drops spray, (Dun in sinhala means mist or smoke) which surrounds the area at the foot of the waterfall. The water fall is created by the river called Badulu Oya which goes through the Badulla town.

To reach the water fall you have to walk more than 1 km distance along a foot path. Along this foot path you can see another small waterfall at a distance. However walking along this muddy foot path is really worth as the waterfall is so beautiful. Along this foot path there are many native venders selling herbal drinks to refresh and rest yourself. At the end of the path there is a secure stage constructed for viewers to see the waterfall. If you are brave enough you can reach the foot of the waterfall and cross the river and see the most beautiful view of the fall.

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st. Clair's Waterfall

St. Clair's Falls is one the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka.("Bomburu Ella" in Welimada is the Widest Waterfall in Sri Lanka) St. Clair's Falls called, the "Little Niagara of Sri Lanka". Also The falls is one of the most politically discussed environmental entity in Sri Lanka.

It is situated 3 km west of the town of Talawakele on the Hatton-Talawakele Highway in Nuwara Eliya District. The falls derived its name from a nearby tea estate. St. Clair's Fall is 80m high and hence 20th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. St. Clair's falls comprises two falls called "Maha Ella" (Sinhalese "The Greater Fall") and "Kuda Ella," (Sinhalese "The Lesser Fall") which is 50m high and was created by a tributary of Kotmale Oya.

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Devon waterfall

Devon Falls is a waterfall in Sri Lanka, situated 6 km west of Talawakele, Nuwara Eliya District on A7 highway. The falls is named after a pioneer English coffee planter called Devon, whose plantation is situated nearby the falls. The Waterfall is 97 meters high and ranked 19th highest in the Island. The Falls formed by Kothmale Oya, a tributary of Mahaweli River.[2] Altitude of Devon falls is 1,140m above sea level.

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