Saturday, October 31, 2009

In Sr
i Lanka

Below mentioned waterfalls are not more than 100ft in height.


The 100ft (30m) high Aradunu Fall is so named because of its bow shape. According to folklore, King Walagamba took refuge from the South Indian invaders inside a cave found near the fall. There is also said to be a tunnel at the rear of the fall that leads up to Passara Raja Maha Vihara. Currently, the fall is dammed for the nearby tea factory and hydro-electricity project. As a result, the fall can only be visited during the dry seasons, when turbines are inactive.

Situated in the Badulla District's Passara Electorate on the Loggalla Oya, which begins in the Namunukula mountain range, this fall flows through an abandoned savannah grassland that is now used for agriculture.

The nearest town is Passara. From there, head along the Madolsima road for 3km and turn left after the power loom, down a narrow road that leads to the fall.

Bomburu Ella

Bomburu Ella waterfall is a very beautiful waterfall in Sri Lanka and which is at Uva - Paranagama provincial division of Badulla District (Uva Province) of Sri Lanka. Bomburu Ella waterfall is at a very beautiful place in Sri Lanka and it is 100ft (30m) tall. Welimada and Uva Paranagama are very famous to potatoes cultivation. You can visit Bomburu waterfall and visit potatoes lands and vegetable lands in Welimada.

This beautiful fall is a collection of about ten little-known jungle waterfalls, situated between 1500 and 2000m above sea level in the Sita Eliya Kandapola Forest Reserve. They are served by the upper segment of the principal tributary of the Uma ganga, known as the Duulgala ganga. Bomburu Ella is not at closed to main road. It's situated at long distance from main road and you have to go on a foot to Bomburu waterfall.

This waterfall is situated at between and border of Nuwaraeliya and Badulla districts. There is a valley at Nuwaraeliya district and water comes to falls. Some low rainy seasons people close the water way and that time low amount of water comes to water fall. December -January and April - May seasons are very suitable to visit this waterfall.

Water is come to Bomburu waterfall from Nuwaraeliya Gregory Lake and many places and after Bomburu Ella this water come to Uma River. Then via Badulu Oya and move those water to Randenigala Rentable and Victoria valleys.

You can reach Bomburu Ella from Perawella via Uduhawara via Welimada, Nuwaraeliya, or Welimada via Bandarawela.

Bopath Ella

Bopath Ella is a spectacular waterfall situated close to Colombo. It is situated in the Rathnapura District, Kuruwita Divisional Secretariat at Agalawatte village. It is 86kms away from Colombo. Take the road from Colombo to Rathnapura (A4) and turn off at Hikgasthenna, drive along the Agalawatte road upto Devipahala village. After 5km the fall is reached. It will take 3 hrs from the city of Colombo.

The fall has a height of 100 ft (30meters). The name Bopath Ella derives from its perfect heart-shaped head as three cascades, much like the leaf of the sacred Bo tree (Ficus religiosa). “Bopath” means leaves of the Bo tree. ("Bo" t

ree is a sacred tree in Sri Lanka among Buddhists)

Its source is the “Kuruganga” (River “Kuru”) that later joins the “Kaluganga” (River Kalu) at “Kurugaomaodara”. The area where the waterfall joins the river is very broad, sandy and sallow.

The fall is rich in bio-diversity. The surrounding plant and tree life includes attikka, kumbuk, midella, dun, para, ginihota, rathmadiya, ketala, and many more. There are many varieties of orchids too. Animal species include wild boar,

meemina deer and reptiles. The water is home to many species of fish including bulathhapaya, lellu, magura, korali, sonnu and eel.

The average temperature of the area is 26.9 – 27.8 degrees Celsius and the annual rainfall of the fall’s catchment area is 5080mm. The mean speed of the flow is 6 cubic metres per second. The upper reach of the fall is made up of granite an

d biotite virgin, and is covered by sand. The water from the fall irrigates the paddy fields of the Udakada and Kuruwita areas.

Many are the folk legends connected with Bopath Ella. One is about a young man from Colombo, who visited the falls and on losing his way was helped and sheltered by a local village girl. A romance developed between the two and she became pregnant before his departure. He left promising to return but never did. Overcome with

grief, she took her own life by plunging into the fall. Villagers say that her ghost haunts the fall. She is supposed to appear as a floating blue light.

You are advised not to bath as the base of the waterfall as it could be dangerous because of flash floods. The fall is a favorite picnic spot because it is close by city of Colombo.

Dehigolla Falls

Dehigolla Falls is 100ft (30m) in height and its source is the reserve on the 1883m-high Knuckles mountain range, Kandy District. On the Kandy - Teldeniya - Hunnasgiriya road near the Dehigolla Tea Factory, it is possible to view the fall as it cascades from a huge protruding rock formation.

Afterwards the water flows on to the Henni Oya (river), then the Hulu River and finally into the Mahaweli River.

Diya Egirena Falls
– Diyawegire
na Falls

This fall is 100ft (30m) fall which was previously known as 'Diyawegirena Falls', denoting its perennial flow, but underwent dialectal change to its present form. The plants in the surrounding Dedugala Reserve have valuable medicinal qualities but are being pilfered by unscrupulous thieves who sell them as ornamental plants.

The fall is located at Pallampitiya village in the Bulathkohupitiya Divisional Secretariat, Kegalle District. It is 96 km from Colombo, 24 km from Navalapitiya and 3 km from Dolosbage.

Galaboda Waterfall

Galaboda is a small village locate in between Watawala & Nawalapitiya. The main access to the village is the railway track. There is a beautiful waterfall higher than 30m, but the width ranges from between 3m and 6m, depending o

n the season with a distance of 1-2km from the railway station, known as Galaboda waterfall. Since the area is closed to Watawala where the highest rainfall is received out of the country, the waterfall is ever young. Annual rainfall here exceeds 4500mm, 60% of the rain coming from the south-west monsoon (dry season is January to February).

At certain times of year, the water also cascades in two streams. Growing in the surrounding woodland is a rare species of orchid and the vicinity is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Among them are 12 species of reptile and four are only found in Sri Lanka. The upper section of the fall is unique in its biodiversity, thus it is of paramo

unt importance to limit any potential danger to the area.

The name of the fall, (Galboda means 'fall

adjoining the stone') is said to derive from the large boulder situated at its foot, though another theory is that the water here is heavier than anywhere else on the island.

Hadun Ella Falls

This waterfall is (100ft) 30m tall and situated near Kithulgala and it joins Kelani ganga.

In Sinhala "Hadun" means sandal wood. We don't know whether there was a sandal forest close by or any smell from the water. Still it is called Hadun Ella. This is not easily reached. Closer by is the famous "Beli Lena" caves (where "the 15,000years history" of Sri Lankan were hidden).

The Lovers Leap Ella

LOVERS' LEAP FALL is a beautiful 100ft (30m) fall which commences from the streams and brooks of Sri Lanka's highest mountain, the Piduruthalagala (2524m). It flows over hard granite ledges and the water is collected in a tank and used for drinking. In dry spells, the flow is weak.

The fall is said to derive its name from the tragic tale of a prince, who while hunting in the jungle, lost his way. He was rescued by a beautiful damsel, and the two became inseparable lovers. But the match was not to the liking of the prince's subjects, so the two decided to le ap from the top of the fall to their death. Superstitious villagers avoid the fall at night.

It is one of the many picturesque waterfalls found throughout Sri Lanka's Central Province. Only a few of them can be viewed with ease. The falls can be s

een from the town Nuwara Eliya. The fall is situated in Hava Eliya, 1.5km from Nuwara Eliya.

Mohini Ella Falls

This beautiful 66ft (20m) waterfall is situated along the road from Maskelliya to Adam's peak and the water flows to the Maskelliya tank.

Rikille Ella

Bulathkohupitiya is a small town hidden among the mountains of the hill country. From there, a motorable road leads through hair pin bends to Dedugala. On the way can be seen this waterfall in a very serene landscape. In Sinhalese Rikilla means branch of a tree, and Rikille stands for its possesive noun. This fall is about 99ft (30m) in height.

Aggra Falls

Aggra falls is about 83ft (25m) in height and to reache this fall you have to come via Talawakelle to Diagama Estate in Dayagama to reach the fall. It is incipient from Horton plains. A dam at in its upper reach provides water for a Hydro powers station. The multi Necklace waterfall of cascades to a shallow pool and flows to Agra River and finally to islands largest River Mawahweli. The road is Motorable.

Aggra Upa Falls

This falls is 83ft (25m) in height. And this is located to the left of Agra waterfall power Station. The stream originates in the Ambewela Jungles. Both waterfalls are in close proximity, and flows to Agra reservoir, before flowing to Mahaweli River.

Baduraliya Namal Falls

This falls is 83ft (25m) in height.

Elgin Falls

Railway between Nanu Oya and Ambewela offers a panoramic view of the 77ft (25m) high Elgin Falls. You can reach there after a little walk through tea estates.

Gatmore Waterfalls

Lihiniyandola Falls

This falls is 83ft (25m) in height.

Dhuvili Fall – Maduwanwela

83ft (25m) height waterfall is a creation of a branch of Adaluwa ganga, called the Arapora ganga, beginning from Sinharaja. The fall is located in its precincts at Ratnapura District in the Kolonna Electorate. There is a two-stream fall located above. But the main is the Maduwanwela Falls. The two other minor falls located below measures 10m & 12m respectively. The minor fall called Aralu Falls is situated below the Dooli Falls. According to a villager, the name epitomizes the water flower created by a rock situated at its midst. It cascades in a misty spray.

A conduit above the fall supplies water to Chandrika Wewa via Panamura Irrigation Network. To get to the fall travel from Embilipitiya along Kolonna road, which is in front of the Maduwanwela Walauwa. Another route is the Kolonna Road, running from Ratanapura across Madampe over Rakwana-Suriyakanda towards Maduwanwela where the fall is situated.

Bandigewatta Falls

This falls is 80ft (24m) in height.

Dumpeella Falls

This falls is 80ft (24m) in height.

Elgin Front Falls

This falls is 80ft (24m) in height.

Elgin Estate Falls I

This falls is 76ft (23m) in height.

Galwala Falls

This falls is 76ft (23m) in height.

Gorok Ella

Along the Palanpitiya road, this beautiful and mystic water fall can be seen within the thick jungle. It is about 76ft (23m) tall and flows down to We Oya.

Handapan Falls

This falls is 76ft (23m) in height.

Kabaragoi Falls

This falls is 76ft (23m) in height.

Lankagama Doowili Falls

This falls is 76ft (23m) in height.

Mana Falls

This falls is 76ft (23m) in height.

Ravana Falls I

This falls is 76ft (23m) in height.

Baker's Fall

Baker's Fall, located in the Horton Plains (Nuwara Eliya District, Uva Province), has its source of water in the Belihul Oya. The sunshine illuminates the icy waters. The scene is provided contrast by the mountainous terrain and deep valleys. Rare black monkey can also be seen here. The rhododendrons bloom around the fall.

The Baker's waterfall is a small, heightabout 73ft (22m) but beautiful waterfall on a tributary of the Belihul-oya river, which is named after Sir Samuel Baker, who explored this area. The Baker's fall maintains the flow throughout the year, making it one of the rewarding scene along the 9.6 km nature trail that leads to the "World's End" in the Hortan Plains National Park.

Baker's Fall is accessible from Pattipola or Ohiya town. From Pattipola take the well-signed footpath and either follow it to World's End and loop back to Baker's Fall or take the right fork at the beginning of the path straight there.

Sipirimala Falls

This falls is 73ft (22m) in height.

Wewassa Falls

This falls is 73ft (22m) in height.

Alikola Oya North/ South Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Delwala Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Dessford Fall

This 66ft (20m) high fall, near Talawakele, is split into three sections.

Take the Nuwara Eliya highway and in Avissawela, Hatton, close to the 27th mile post, the fall can be seen. A minor fall covered by the mountains can be observed from the highway, the other two are situated behind Dessford Church. Two streams from tributaries of the Kotmale River flow through the same plateau to the Kotmale Reservoir.

The fall is 18km away from rest-houses in Nuwara Eliya

Diviya Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Diyagalla Ella Falls

This was a beautiful water fall which had been completely wiped off by man. It was situated close to Ginigathhena along the Nuwara Eliya road.

It was 20m (66ft) in height and now non-existing due to the diversion of its flow for some irrigation scheme. This may be one of it's last photographs.

Diyan Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Dumbara Falls

At the foot of the 66ft (20m) high Dumbara Falls there is a cave that can accommodate up to eight people. The pools near the fall are of great zoological importance to Sri Lanka as found here are several species of fish, such as Garra phillipsi, Puntius martenstyni, Puntius srilankensis, Labeo fisheri and fresh water shrimp, as well as the otter (Lutra lutra).

The fall is situated in the Kalupahana area, Matale District (Laggala Divisional Secretariat, Central Province). Take the road from Matale via Rattota for 36km, or travel the 7km from Laggala, to reach the ancient villages of Illukumbra, Rathninda and Mahalakotuwa, which belong to the Dumbara Forest. From any of these villages, it is then a four-hour trek through the thick jungle

Gantuna Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Glassaugh Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Gollumpana Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Heeran Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Kudalu Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Lakshapana Kuda Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Lankagama Uran Wetuna Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Lenkiri Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Manella Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Ranpuhulan Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Unaoya Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

Walankanda Falls

This falls is 66ft (20m) in height.

We-Oya Ella Falls

There are two falls plunging into the same stream in the thick jungle, seen from the road from Yatiyanthota to Pahala (lower) Palanpitiya.It is about 66ft (20m), but provides an eye-fiesta due to the total scenario.

Ellepola Falls

This falls is 60ft (18m) in height.

Karalu Falls

This falls is 60ft (18m) in height.

Kiri Falls

This falls is 60ft (18m) in height.

Maduwanwela Aralu Falls

This falls is 60ft (18m) in height.

Meddekanda Falls

This falls is 60ft (18m) in height.

Minuwan Falls

This falls is 60ft (18m) in height.

Watagoda Falls

This falls is 60ft (18m) in height.

Lankagama Brahmana Falls

This falls is 57ft (17m) in height.

Neluwa Doowili Falls

This falls is 57ft (17m) in height.

Wedan Falls

This falls is 57ft (17m) in height.

Mara Kapu Falls

This falls is 53ft (16m) tall.

Thambalagama Doowili Falls

This falls is 53ft (16m) tall.

Wathugala Falls

This falls is 53ft (16m) tall.

Aanda Ella

This is just beyond Kitul Ella Falls. The fall 50ft (15m) tall and it is seen best on the bridge over the stream, but it plunges from the top of the mountains in several cascades and not visible due to the thick scrub. Local people believe of an eel with golden ear rings inhabits this tiny waterfall and it's stream to this day. The name "Aanda" means eel in Sinhala.

Atupola Falls I

The fall is about 50ft (15m) tall.

Gerandi Rikili Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Katukitul Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Kirinda Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Kotapola Biso Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Masimbula Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Penapusnawa Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Punagala Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Punahela Falls

The fall 50ft (15m) tall.

Rahas Fall

The fall is in the Kandy District (Central Province) Pathadumbara Divisional Secretariat and 50ft (15m) in height. Take the Wathegama - Panwilla road for 0.5km, to reach it. At the base of the fall is a deep cleft, which makes for dangerous bathing.

Ramboda oya Pahala Falls

This falls if 50ft (15m) in height.

Ranugalle Falls

This falls if 50ft (15m) in height.

Rassadola Falls

This falls if 50ft (15m) in height.

Ratawaldola Falls

This falls if 50ft (15m) in height.

Thummodara Ranmudu Falls

The 50ft (15m) fall is situated in a tributary of the Wakganga River, and the waters feed the Kelani River. The fall is a victim of its own success. Due to its popularity, especially at weekends, the surrounding ecosystem is under threat from large numbers of trampling visitors.

“Ran” means gold and “Mudu” means rings.

It can be found 48km from Colombo, in the Colombo District Hanwella PC. From the Colombo - Avissawela highway head to Tumodara village. The fall is 0.5km from here.

Udavadiya Falls

This waterfall is 50ft (15m) in height.

Walltream Falls

This waterfall is 50ft (15m) in height.

Watawala Namal Falls

This waterfall is 50ft (15m) in height.

Wegala Falls

This waterfall is 50ft (15m) in height.

Wewal Falls

This waterfall is 50ft (15m) in height.

Yakage Falls

This waterfall is 50ft (15m) in height.

Ginigedara Falls

This waterfall is 47ft (14m) in height.

Kalupahana Falls

47ft (14m) high Kalupahana Falls is situated in Dumbara Jungles in Kalupahana Mountain, Kandy District (Central Province).

A sodality of falls cascading in several necklaces. The milieu of the fall comprising Pigmy Jungle is enshrouded in mist and darkness; aptly speaking its name 'Kalu pahana' is Black Lantern. A lizard species, Dumbara Katussa, is found here. In addition, a snail belonging to 'Moluska' species is also found. Naturalized plants include different varieties of orchids provide more pleasure to the visitors. Spice varieties viz Ensal/Cloves and Nutmeg were introduced in 1940's. These days the consociation covers an extent of 4550 hectares, which is 1/3 of the Nuckles Forest. This area supplies about 45% of the islands spice output. However, as an outcome of this, about 600 hectares of jungle had been cleared resulting in adverse impact on the rain cycle. The depletion of the water table and threat of drying up of confined aquifers looms large. There is an outcry to spare this area from the cultivation of the spice nutmeg.

To get the Water Falls there are two routes. One is from Matale - Pannvila via Bambarella come to Ratnagiriya. From there, trek for 8km through the Dumbara Jungles and the Water Falls could be seen to the right. The other is coming to Illukumbura, 35 km from Matale and via Pitawala, Attanwala & Walpolamulla it is possible to reach the fall. The 7km track is through difficult terrain. This is ideal for eco-tourism and serves to enhance the knowledge of eco-tourists. On the way, one can also view the Dumbara Dooli Falls.

Kumbaloluwa Falls

This waterfall is 47ft (14m) in height.

Kurunduwala Falls

This waterfall is 47ft (14m) in height and located in Matale district.

Paraian Falls

This waterfall is 47ft (14m) in height.

Kithul Ella

This 43ft (13m), waterfall is by the side of road to Palanpitiya at Malalpola. It's water joins to the We Oya. Gorok Ella also can be seen from here.

Alibodadola Falls

This waterfall is 40ft (12m) in height.

Ambanganga Falls

This waterfall is 40ft (12m) in height.

Andahelena Falls

This waterfall is 40ft (12m) in height.

Andanwala Falls

This waterfall is 40ft (12m) in height. Situated in Matale District.

Anguruwawala Falls

This waterfall is 40ft (12m) in height.

Atupola Falls II

This fall is 40ft (12m) in height.

Bambaraweldola Dooli Falls

This waterfall is 40ft (12m) in height.

Bandura Falls

40ft (12m) height fall is in Sabaragamuwa area Kegalle District in the Yatiyantota Village. The stream irrigates several agricultural ends along its way to Keleni River.

Dehikada Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Ellaggala Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Gabada Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Gonnan Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Hettigama Kanda Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Kaluwara Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Kanawandum Falls

40ft (12m) in height. The meaning of the fall is widowed fall.

Kopi Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

KumbalOluwe Edaruthel Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Magan Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Mapala Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Mount Vernon Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Nanda Weti Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Napath Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Naya Dola Falls,

40ft (12m) in height.

Piduruthalagala Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Rajana Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Rambodaoya Ihala Falls

40ft (12m) in height.

Sapugaharodha Falls

40ft (12m) in height.


40ft (12m) in height.

Uma Oya Falls,

40ft (12m) in height.

Upper Elgn Falls

40ft (12m) in height. It’s in Elgin state.

Welwaththa Falls,

This fall is 40ft (12m) in height.

Allawaththagoda Falls

This fall is 37ft(11m) in height.

Hathbili Falls

This fall is about 37ft (11m) in height.

Lankagama Kekuna Falls

This fall is 37ft (11m) in height and located in Galle District.

Thotas Falls

Thotas fall is also about 37ft (11m) in height.

Victoria Falls

This fall is about 37ft (11m) in height.

Adam's peak (Seetha Gangula) Falls

This 33ft (10m) high fall flows from the aquifers of Sri Pada and later on to Maskeli Oya Reservoir. Situated at the southern corner of the "Maskeliya oya" tank and flowing from the sacred Adam's peak (Sri Pada) mountains. It is about 33ft (10 m) height. The name in Sinhala “Seetha Gangula” means Cold river.

The nearest town is Maskeliya - take the road via Mousakelle for 15km to Morae Watte. The fall is 500m from here. There are hotels 5km away, at Dick Oya.

Bambarabotuwa Falls

This fall is 33ft (10m) in height.

Dambora Falls – (Demala Fall)

The fall 33ft (10m) in height, is created by a waterway of the Wakoya River and was formerly known as Demala Falls as the Tamil (Dravidian/Demala) labourers used to wash here. Dambora Falls is located near Labugama Reservoir in the village of Dambora (Hanwella Divisional Secretariat), Colombo District (Avissawela Electorate). Take the road from Hanwella to Labugama, past the old bridge at Thunmodara.

Devathura Ella Falls

This also consists of three falls and the lowest which is close to the road at the "ramboda pass". it is about 33ft (10m) in height. If the weather permits one can see the rest within the jungle above the fall.

Formerly known as 'Thevatura Falls' (Tea Waterfall), the Peratas Tea Estate and factory are located above. The water cascades over several platforms, thought only a 10m section is visible from the road, and eventually joins the Kotmale Reservoir.

The surrounding area is rich in both flora and fauna, with plant life including erebadu (Erythrina Indica). This makes for a serene setting, thus it is popular with visitors.

Take the road from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya for 52km to find the fall near the lower Ramboda Bazaar.

Elgin Estate Falls II

This another waterfalls is in Elgin estate is 33ft (10m) height.

Galpihilla Falls

This waterfalls is 33ft (10m) in height.

Glan Falls

Glan waterfalls is 33ft (10m) height.

Gonawati Falls

This is 33ft (10m) in height.

Halkadura Falls

This waterfalls is 33ft (10m) height.

Kirindioya Falls

33ft (10m) height fall is located on the eastern side of the 977m-high Mahapitiya Mountain, from where several streams spring. At 10m in height, it forms part of the Ilukk Arava River, which is a tributary of the Kuda River. The water cascades down a protruding rockface into a deep crevasse at the bottom.

Take the road from Wellaya in the direction of Ella - the fall is near Kahamaditha. It is then a 2-3 hour trek through thick jungle so it is sensible hire a local guide.

Mahakandura Fall - Kothmale

33ft (10m) height waterfall is situated in Kothmale.

Makeli Ella

The 33ft (10m) fall is said to resemble a bride's veil from a distance, and round weather-eroded granite stones pepper the landscape. Before the fall there is a large natural pool, and 6m downstream a fairytale-like islet watershed, known as Thumodara. Later the streams fuse and flow to the Kuda River, and via the Kaluganga River to the sea.

Tha fall is situated near Molkawa, in the Kalutara district and it is another beautiful waterfall that can be compared to any other famous waterfalls in Sri Lanka, because of its jaw-dropping beauty. Since it's located in the wet zone, Makeli Ella is blessed with water around the year. An observation platform was built here, capturing the most picturesque scenery of the waterfall.

Unfortunately, the natural beauty of the fall and its surrounding area is at risk due to the nearby Kukulegama Development Project. It seems possible that the resulting displaced soil could seep into the stream, causing it to silt up.

Travelers can proceed via the Mathugama/Agalawatta road to Lathpandura and then take the Molkava road to reach Makeli Ella.

Managampala Falls

This is 33ft(10m) high waterfall.

Madolsima Ella

Madolsima fall is of 33ft (10m) height. This is not a famous Fall, yet a charming one. If you look at the middle part of the photograph, a metal tube can be seen. It was for the diversion of water to make electricity and done in 1940s. Still it is well maintained and the diversion did not affect the beauty but help to appreciate it better as a staircase was made over the metal tube to descend below.

The fall is situated off Hatton in the Balangoda road.

Manamala Dola Falls

This is 33ft (10m) in height.

Mini Falls

This falls is about 33ft (10m) tall.

Munangala Falls

This is 33ft (10m) high waterfall.

Nelugolla Falls

33ft (10m) high fall names in honor of an engineering student Anura Nelugolla who in 1981 conducted a research on waterfalls. At the base of fall there is a 1m deep pool. There are numerous other pools of about 2m in depth scattered around. Visitor bath in the pool. The woodlot consists of both herbal plants and also Manna grass.

The animal species consists of wild boar monkey and leopard. In addition, reptiles as snakes, python and viper are also found in this area. The fall is located in Lankagama Village, Hiniduma Electorate, Galle District.

Rukmal Waterfall

On the same way to Dedugala, this 33ft (10m) small but attractive Rukmal fall dances down a granite slope very close to the road. The area is not much disturbed by sounds except the perpetual rhythm of this beauty which has harped its tone to the singing of birds and rustle of leaves since time immemorial.

Sera Ella Falls

This is a 33ft (10m) high small water fall found in Reverstern area near Matale. This is situated closer to the borders of Knuckles Mountain Range.

Udakanda Falls

Connected to the Wallawe River, the 33ft (10m) high fall is located in the north-west of the Sri Pada Jungle, Ratnapura District. If approaching from Balangoda, travel 1km to Hunukumbura. Continue through Hiriketiya- Welekumbura- Alankara Panguwa- Dewalrgama to Udakanda. Alternatively, travel the 10km from Berandeniya to Udakanda. From here, it is 500m to the fall.

It is advisable to use a jeep for the journey. The Balangoda rest-house is 14km away.

Wambatuhena Falls

This Fall is about 33ft (10m).

Wawulagala Falls

The Wawulagala falls is about 33ft (10m) in height.

Windsor forest Falls

Winser Forest Falls, 33ft (10m) in height, only flows during rain. It is situated 44km from Kitulgala.The nearest town is Nawalapitiya. You can reach Nawalapitiya town Colombo – Ginigathhena via Nawalapitiya or Colombo – Gampola via Nawalapitiya.

Alupotha Falls

Pathadumbara Falls

The 30ft (9m) fall derives its name from its location. It is also known as the Pathambara Falls (Slanted Falls) due to its physical attributes. According to legend, a red-coloured eel with miraculous powers inhabits the fall leading to yet another alias - the Rathambara Falls (Red Falls). Villagers believe that during drought seasons, the eel assumes the form of a deity clad in white clothes, an apparition of which is seen crossing the fall at midnight. After three consecutive days of sightings, rain falls. The villagers pay homage to the eel by leaving offerings of sweet meats close to the fall.

However, the legend continues that a girl having recently reached puberty washed her soiled clothes in the fall, causing offence, and the eel has not been sighted since. Another explanation for the eel's no show is that a visiting prince left intruding footprints at the site, again causing great offence.

The fall is situated in the Ratnapura District. To reach it, travel along the Ratnapura - Hangamuwa road and turn left along a gravel road to Alupotha village.

Berry's Falls

This fall is about 30 ft (9m) in height.

Elladola Falls

This fall is 30 ft (9m) in height.

James tailor Falls (Dara Falls)

30ft (9m) tall waterfall.

Malpudana Falls

This fall is also 30 ft (9m) in height.

Nagarak Falls

Several streams merge to form the 30ft (9m) high fall, which cascades into a pool made of a basin in the rock. The nearest town is Belihul Oya - take the Horton Plain road to Nonpearl Estate.

Pankandura Falls – Minee Falls

The fall is created by the Galpothawa River and is divided into three main segments. The lowest is 30ft (9m) in height and cascades downwards over a series of steps in a spiral motion. It is also known as the 'Minee Falls' (Corpses Falls) owing to the fact that the bodies of people who drown in the river above are swept down by the torrent of water. In the surrounding woodland, kaduru (Strychnos nux-vomica), palu (Manilkara hexandra), breadfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus), liyan, badulla (Semicarpus obscura), milla (Viterx altissima) and goraka are present.

Take the road from Sri Palabedde village towards Sri Pada and at the village of Balanoa, at the entrance to Pankandura Tea Estate, the fall can be found. It is not easily accessible as it is an area of jungle covered in bamboo shoots, which has to be cleared.

Ravana Falls II

The 30ft (9m) fall only flows during rain. The surrounding area is home to deer and rare species of wild fowl. Above the fall is the 4774-hectare Wevtenne Forest Reserve of Ella Ihaththe.

Situated 28km from Wellawaya town but closer to the smaller town of Ella in the Badulla District, the fall can be reached in any vehicle. The Ella rest-house is 6km away.

Dhuvili Waterfalls - Balangoda

26ft (8m) height Dhuvili Ella of Balangoda is very high and beautiful waterfall in Sri Lanka. Dhuwili Ella is at Kalthota which is Hambegambuwa road of Balangoda. There are about 27 kilometeres from Balangoda to wn and you have to walk 3kms from Kalthota. Dhuwili Ella is situated at below of Samanala Wewa Wally. Samanala Wewa means Lake which is like a butterfly.

Main entrance of Samanala Wewa is at Belihuloya and Pambahinna. Samanala Wewa is situated at 8km Distance from Sabaragamuwa University. University of Sabaragamuwa, Sri Lanka is also at Kumbalgama road which is direct to Samanala Wewa.

This is one of severalwith the same name situated in the Sabaragamuwa area, though it does not flow the year round. There are a couple of theories as to how the fall got its name. One is that the wind blowing across the parched, dry surface of the plain constantly throws up clouds of dust ('dhuvili'), obscuring the torrent of water. The other theory holds that the wind blows across the plain at such a speed that it causes a huge amount of spray from the water as it cascades downwards.

Dhuvili Ella waterfall is very beautiful and large amount of water falls down from it every second.

There fore not suitable to bath at this waterfall. Belihuloya has the No.01 in World pure waterways. There are many sub waterfalls at this region. Denagama, Denagamoya, Imbulpe, Uggala Kalthota and Uggal Aluth Nuwara are some other places seen at this region.

You can reach Dhuvili Waterfalls from Balangoda - Kalthota road. 27 Km from Balangoda.

Beraliya Dola Falls

There are several falls located along trek to the 27ft (8m) Beraliya Dola Falls. The fall springs from the declivity of the Sinharaja Forest. At Warukandeniya, the stream turns to a waterfall, at a place known as 'Widane Galdola' flows to Ginganga River. This waterfall is the source of motive power for two village level hydro electricity plants. The Village Welfare Society conducts the maintenance of these plants. In the surroundings of the fall Beraliya trees are found in abundance. Belaraliya is a staple food of village. The Warukandeniya Village is rich the aesthetic beauty. The cool climes prevailing here is due to Sinharaja Forest and it’s aquifers. The whole area is dotted with tea plantations.

To get the fall, located in Neluwa PS, Gall District travel along Lankagama-Neluwa Road to Warukandeniya. From here go ahead for another 800m along the Pasel Mawatha/ School Lane towards “Beraliya Dola’ Hydro Power Plant, where the fall is situated. The route is difficult to reach there. Therefore it’s not popular.

Dahaigala Falls

This falls is about 27ft (8m) in height.

Elegipitiya Falls

27ft (8m) high fall.

Galamuna Falls

This is 27ft (8m) tall waterfall.

Gerandi Falls

Gerandi Falls is 27ft (8m) in height and flows into the Lokkgal River and is surrounded by deciduous plants and tea estates. Due to its location, it is most impressive during September.

Situated in Gerandi Falls village (Passara Provincial Secretariat, Medawala GS), the fall is on the Passara - Madolsima road, 2km from the Medawelagama bus stop. It is possible to travel by either road or rail.

Halmahi Falls

This 27ft (8m) high fall originates from a stream in Lihinigala, which is joined by another small brook. As with Hal Falls, local villagers claim to hear the sound of clothes being washed coming from the water.

The 1.5km route to the fall from Mapalana village, Sri Paladabedda GS area (22km from Ratnapura), is difficult.

Kande Dola Falls

The fall is 27ft (8m) tall.

Kande Sudu Falls

This fall is about 27ft (8m) in height.

Katabula (Kataboola) Estate Falls

The water of the 27ft (8m) high fall cascades down in stages. Although the flow is otherwise languid, during rain the fall is transformed into a rushing body of water, the spray reaching the nearby road.

Katabula Estate Falls is located in Kadiyanlena village, near the Nawalapitiya Talawakele road. Talawakele is the closest town.

Marakkala Falls

The fall is about 27ft (8m) in height.

Nagadowa Falls

The is about 27ft (8m) height fall.

Pitakale Doowili Falls

This 27ft (8m) height falls is composed of three-tier cascade. And is incipient from Sinharaja forest conservation, it fall arrantly mist in a dust like cloud the stream flows first petthiyuakande river then to kosugulana river. There are two. Several others falls which beggars from wewilla of the main waterfall. At the base there are several falls measuring up to depth of 1-2 meters.

Reach to the Sinharaja Weddagala Kudawa camp passing the kudawa bridge travel along the road to the right after covering 3km the fall is seen.

Tudugala Falls

The fall is about 27ft (8m) in height.

Umage Falls

27ft (8m) in height.

Baththuluoya Falls

23ft (7m) in height.

Beraliya Galenda Falls

23ft (7m) in height.

Chitramala Falls

This fall is 23ft (7m)in height.

Hal Falls

Hal falls is 23ft (7m) high and 12m wide. This twin-streamed fall flows over a protruding rock face and resembles an upturned receptacle used for carrying water. Upstream, the woodland contains several hal (Vateria copellifera) trees, the fruits of which fall into the stream and drift over the fall, hence its name. Superstitious villagers claim they hear the sound of clothes being washed in the water.

The fall is situated in Amunutenne village, Ratnapura District, which can be reached along the Ratnapura - Welelwatte road.

Haldola Falls

This fall is 23ft (7m)in height.

Hunukatu Falls

The fall's source is the Samanala Mountain, from where it cascades down 23ft (7m) of limestone, (hunukatu means limwstone). Take the road from Ratnapura towards Embilipitiya to the village of Algewatte. Turn onto the Oath - Makandura road to find the fall.

Mahadola Falls

This is 23ft (7m) high fall. Situated at Badulla District.

Nivun Falls

This is 23ft (7m) high fall.

Raja Maruna falls

23ft (7m) in height.

Rathwala Falls

This is 23ft (7m) high fall.

Algama Falls

This 20ft (6m) fall can be viewed from close range due to a convenient nearby rocky ledge. Situated in the Kegalle District, Dedigama Electorate.

Travel from Colombo along the Colombo - Kandy road to the Pasyala four-way junction and turn right to follow the Attanagalla road for around 4km. At Haggalla junction, turn left onto the Algama road, pass through Algama and continue to Uduwaka where the fall can be found.

Amuwakanda Falls

20ft (6m) in height.

Baba Pallam Falls

This is 20ft (6m) high fall.

Brampton fall

This tributary of Weli Oya flows down the eastern slopes of Mountain Papulagala (1530m) forming several cascades among huge trees of the surrounding monsoon forest. This fall is about 20ft (6m) in height.

Along the Colombo-Badulla road about 10km from Belihuloya, one comes to this fall among Several other smaller falls.

Budumaloka Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

Dekinda Falls

The height of this fall is 20ft (6m).

Deniyaya Brahmana Falls

This is 20ft (6m) tall.

Galpoththawa Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height and in rainy season the entire rock ledge is shrouded in mist from the spray. During Sri Pada pilgrimage season, devotees come to bathe in the shallow pool at its base. The water eventually flows into the Kaluganga River.

Take the road from Ratnapura to Siripadagama, passing Sri Palabadda village. Take the road towards Sri Pada Mountain for 3km to the village of Udapavanella. There is a shop at the edge of a tea estate, both of which are owned by Mr Siripala - go through this estate to reach the fall.

Hathbinna Falls

This is 20ft (6m) high Water Falls, is in the Sinharaja forest area, near the Lankagama village in Galle district.

There are surroundings the fall is colonized and tea estates are everywhere. When coming to Langama 1/2 km from the point where Brahmana fall joins the Hatbinna fall is found. Lankagama village could be reached only via Hiniduma & Deniyaya roads. A sodality of falls are created above Ginganga River and the Hathbinna Falls cascades down from over a rocky slab across Ginganga River known as Nilwella. Lankagama itself is a composition of Nillmala, Wathugala Arunuwa, Warukandeniya & Kolonthptuwa Villages.

To reach the Sinharaja forest there are four routs. They are: Kalawana, Veddagala Road, Rakwana- Morning side Road, Hondugama - Neluwa Road & Peniyala-Pallegama Road respectively. From Neluwa town along a difficult route, all the way covering along a difficult route, and proceeding for about12km to the site of the fall.

Kabaragala Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

Katugas Falls

This is 20ft (6m) tall.

Kuda Dunhida Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

This is the lower part of the Dunhinda Falls. You will pass this fall on the trek to the Dunhinda.

Morahela Falls

This is 20ft (6m) tall.

Palingu Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

Pareitota Falls

This is 20ft (6m) tall.

Pathanoya Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height and it's in Galle District.

Puna Fall

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height and situated in Nuwara Eliya district and visible from Gampola to Nuwara Eliya road. Pussalewa is the nearest town to the puna fall.

The waterfall is known by many names. Puna Ella ( Puna Falls), Pundalu Oya Ella ( Pundalu Oya Falls) and also as Poonawa Ella ( Poonawa Falls) are the most popular. This double fall is unique in the 'Y' form where two waterfalls with two water sources merge in to one at the bottom. The water in the fall on the left is from the Puna Oya, A canal which comes through the forest reserve above. The fall on the right hand side is made up from water from Pundalu Oya which flows through cultivated land above. Most of the year the fall flowing through the Pandalu Oya carry more volume but during periods of long drought the role is reversed. The water on flowing on the left fall remains more or less the same while the water on the other fall reduces significantly.

Rambodaoya Meda Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

Rambukpotha Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

Rathninda Falls

20ft (6m) in height.

Slab Rock Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

St Kumbs Falls

20ft (6m) in height.

Uduwaka Falls

This fall is 20ft (6m) in height.

Wadakada Waterfall

This fall is located in Wadakada Village. The waterfall is not more than 19ft (6m) height. Wadakada is a typical rural Sri Lankan village encompassed between two highways which connect Colombo to the city of Kurunegala. There lived a poet called Wadakada Navaratne who shared the unspoilt beauty and calmness in his village with many a stranger through his ever-remembered poems which begins to linger and echo in one's ears as one steps into this far away place.

Willara Falls

20ft (6m) height fall.

Bihiri Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height.

Diyabetma Falls

This falls is 17ft (5m) height fall and in the middle of jungle is rarely visited due to the difficult terrain. The water comes from the Walawe River, which springs from the Samanala mountain range and incorporates the Belihul River at Demodara. A dam built at Demodara has reduced the volume of the fall and it now only flows with gusto when the sluice gates are open. The water hits rock with huge crevasses up to 6m deep at the bottom before flowing on to the Diyabetma River.

The surrounding jungle is home to a variety of plants and wildlife, including vipers. Local villagers believe the fall was the creation of the deity Kataragama, who is still said to be present here. Take the Edandawela footpath (8km east of Koslanda, Badulla District) across Kuda Oya to Aluthwela. Continue for another 3.5km to Wekada village to find the fall. As it is an arduous trek through elephant-infested jungle, it is imperative to hire the services of a guide.

Dodawatta Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height.

Dummala Falls

17ft (5m) height fall.

Dumpus Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height. This fall is situated in Gileemale area. To reach the fall take the Ratnapura- Siripagama- Malwala- Gileemale- Induruwa bridge

Ethawetunu Falls

17ft (5m) height fall.

Galagama Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height.

Galagediyana Ella

This 17ft (5m) height water fall is very close to Colombo can be reached off Dedigama - where the famous Kotavehera Dagaba. If travel from Kotavehera to Stripura (where palace queens were hidden in times of war) a cave temple with a magnificent stone arch - and then alone the same road to Kegalle.

Gurugalla Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height.

Hakgala Falls

This fall is about 17ft (5m) in height.

Indala Falls

17ft (5m) height fall.

Madola Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height.

Molan Falls

17ft (5m) height fall.

Pilituda Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height.

Uduwara Falls

This fall is 17ft (5m) in height.

Alagiyawanna Falls

13ft (4m) tall waterfall can be reached from the Colombo Kandy Road turn at Nittambuwa Junction. Passing Watupitiwala Attauagalla, Urpola and going towards Hanwella the Meewitigama Junction is met. Turning here, travel 1.5km towards Amitirigala and reach Bopagama Temple. A km away is this fall. Though the road is Motorable the about 50, had to be traversed.

Description: incipient from the Aquifers of Kandalande Estate. The stream is joined by Nagas Canal. The cascades from two rock boulders, the flow across Agrarian land to Attanagalu tank. During rains is move vibrant. Towering trees prevents sunlight and the milieu is gloomy the stream abounds with fish viz. Galpadiya Pethiya & Dandiya. A popular Waterfall amongst locals.

Alle Wala Falls

This fall is 13ft (4m) in height.

Balakaduwa Falls

Matale- Kandy Road (593/594) traveling for 6.5km toward Kandy, the Baladuwa Pass is met. The fall is located here. Incipient from water body located above Balakaduwa Estate and it is height about 13ft (4m). It flows from Balakaduwa across Warakammula to Suduganga River.

Elle Gedara Falls

This fall is 10ft (3m) tall.

Ella Uda Falls

Hight 13ft (4 m) and located in the Colombo District, Avissawella Electorate at Hanwella. Ella uda means above of the fall in Sinhala.

To reach it, take the Hanwella road and turn off near the Thummodara Old Bridge, and continue for a further 10km to the Illuovita area.

Fairlawn Falls

This fall is 10ft (3m) tall.

Kakunadola Falls

13ft (4m).

Kekunadola Falls

This is 13ft (4,) tall fall.

Makulu Falls

This small fall is 10ft (3m) tall.

Malalpola Falls

13ft (4m).

Miniran Falls

This is 13ft (4,) tall fall.

Nagaha Falls

13ft (4m).

Samanala Falls

This fall is 10ft (3m) tall.

Uttumvu Falls

13ft (4m).

Yatawatta Biso Falls

This is 13ft (4,) tall fall.

Angutumiti Falls

This fall is 10ft (3m) tall. Situated in Nuwara – Eliya.

Bamarakiri Ella

This fall is 10ft (3m) tall. Situated in Raththota.

Bambarungahana Falls

The fall is about 10ft (3m).

Batakotuwala Falls

This fall is 10ft (3m) in height and situated in Matara District.

Bisodola Falls

10ft (3m).

Bo fall - Mawanella

The 10ft (3m) fall is served by a minor bo (Ficus religiosa) leaf-shaped stream (formed by the Ma Oya) that begins in the Aranayake Rassawa Mountain, and also serves the Ahupini Falls. Before the Bo Falls the water flows through rocks to form two distinct streams

and cascades into a large rock pool, where it exits through a 2m opening.

The fall is situated in the Kegalle District Mawanella Provincial Secretariat. Take the Mawanella -

Yatimahana road, and the fall can be found 1km away from the bus stop. Alternatively, take the Mawanella - Rambukkana road for about 6km towards Mawanella, to Randiwela village. Turn left at Randiwella junction, and walk for 6km until the fall is reached.

Buluthota Falls

This falla is 10ft (3m).

Deiyagala Falls

This small fall is about 10ft (3m) in height.

Deraniyagala Kekuna Falls

10ft (3m) in height.

Edadunu Falls – Western

This fall is 10ft (3m) in height.

Julee Falls

10ft (3m) in height.

Kelvin falls

This fall is 10ft (3m) in height.

Kosgaha Dola falls

10ft (3m) in height.

Kumari Ella

This fall is 6ft (3m) in height and situated near Puwakpitiya.

This is a cascading water fall by the side of a road, of which the upper

part is good for bathing. This waterfall is 5 ½ Kms from Tummodeara.

Lahupana Falls

This fall is 10ft (3m) tall.

Lendola Falls

10ft (3m) in height.

Little Princess Falls

This Little Princes fall is about 10ft(3m) in height.

Meemure Falls

10ft (3m) height.

Monarakanda Oya Falls

10ft (3m) tall.

Negenahira Gorakadeniya Falls

This fall is also 10ft (3m) height.

Opalgala Falls
10ft(3m) tall.

Pansala Falls
This falls is 10ft(3m) tall.


10ft (3m) in height.


This fall is 10ft (3M).The Wegan Oya brook springs from the 1443m-high Petiyagala Mountain and creates the fall (3m). The water flows on to the Kaluganga River via the We River. Head east for 5km from Opanayake to the villages of Badahelgoda and Horaketiya. It is a 2km walk along a track to the fall from here. The Ratnapura rest-house is 34km away.

St. Andrew’s Cascade

This fall is also 10ft(3m) in height.

Tambadola Falls
10ft (3) height.

Wedda Peni Falls
This fall is also 10ft(3m) in height.

Wedimalaya Falls
10ft (3m) in height.

Yakabendi Falls
This falls is about 10ft(3m).

Yakdinnawa Falls
10ft (3m) is the height of this waterfall.

Abarana Ella

This fall’s height is about 6ft (2m). The closest that falls down the rapids of the lower reaches of the Walawe ganga is at a riverine spot called Abarana Ella (the falls of the ornaments of queens of the dim past) when kings and queens ruled over the realms of Ruhuna Rata in the deep south.

This fascinating riverine spot is located off the Pelmadulla-Embilipitiya-Nonagama Highway about 12 miles away, near Hedawinna-Pallerotte from where a deviation has to be made off the Muravasihena Branch Irrigation Field Channel. About one mile away from there, the trudge is by foot through the farmers' bountiful rice fields and their settlements. Then across the field irrigation channel of the Liyangastota constructed down the lower reaches of this meandering Walawe ganga. Another route is to come through Ridiyagama Tank (off Ambalantota), where there is a Circuit Bungalow. From there one has walk on a rugged pathway one mile away to reach Abarana Ella. It is also accessible via Nonagama Junction on its main highway, where the distance to Hedawinna (the deviation to reach Abarana Ella) is about four miles which is quite accessible to any type of vehicle as it is on its main highway.

Here is a small but beautiful waterfall cascading around a rockoutrop that peeps out in its middle. From there it falls in a murmur, then gallops over other larger rock boulders finally falling into a boisterous rockpool, thereafter joining the main stream of the Walawe ganga. During the rainy season, (October-January), this tiny water fall is in full activity that the din of its roar could be heard from even a distance.

Abarana Ella is wrapped in a hoary legend reminiscent of a certain king called Vijaya Bahu of the 12th century A.D., reigned in this part of Ruhuna Rata. He had to wage a war in another foreign country. So the king took leave of his two consorts and told them that if he were to win the war, he would put up a white flag on the ship he was sailing back, if he lost, a red flag would be hoisted. However, news reached them that the king had won his victorious war. So in high glee, the two consorts attired in the best of their royal costumes heavily decked with glittering jewels, golden earrings awaited the arrival of the king to welcome him. But in another few moments, there came up a red flag, when the two queens were plunged into despondency and utter frustration, as there was no way of living on the loss of their beloved king. So the two consorts in their full costumes, adorned with jewellery ran towards the Walawe ganga, plunged themselves into the flowing waters, only to frown themselves in a watery grave. Later when the king came to know of this tragedy, and repented for the practical joke he had had played on them.

He too in unbearable grief, jumped into the river and was drowned in the same evil fate that overtook his two consorts. Old timers living on the riverine of this Walawe ganga, when gemming they had come across some remnants of the submerged jewellery and other valuable treasures. Even a gold-plaited kris knife was among the finds.

Sinharaja (forest) - Water Falls

In the rain forest conservation of Sinharaja a world heritage there are 19 waterfalls. 11 falls located in Galle district; they are Pathanoya Falls, Suduwalikotha Falls, Brahmana Falls, Hathbinna Falls, Malmora Falls, Neluwa Doovilli falls, Wathugala falls, Lankagama Kekuna Falls, Nellugolla Falls and Beraliya Dola Falls respectively.


  1. Very nice discriptions and photos. Thanks promoting tourism in Sri Lanka.