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Bambarakiri Ella Falls
This 3m fall is set amongst the enchanting evergreen forest of the Knuckles mountain range, the latter of which is said to resemble the fingers of a clenched fist. A suspension bridge spanning the falls adds the finishing touch to an already beautiful scene.
Sera Ella Falls
This beautiful Sera Ella fall, the subject of several poems, is situated in the Dumbara Jungle that is split into two sections, both 10m in height. Kitul Canal, from the Kaudagammana Mountain, and the Hunumadala River, from the Gonamada and Deyuthu Gammmaduwa mountains, flow in unison to form the Puwakpitiya River.
Ramboda Falls
Ramboda Falls is 109m high and 11th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 729th highest waterfall in the world. It is situated in Pussellawa area, on the A5 highway at Ramboda Pass. It formed by Panna Oya which is a tributary of Kothmale Oya. Altitude of the falls is 945m above sea level.
Ravana Falls
The Ravana Falls popularly known as Ravana Ella is a popular sightseeing attraction in Sri Lanka. It currently ranks as one of the widest falls in the country.
Handun Ella
This waterfall is which is 30 Meters (100ft) and situated near Kithulgala joins the Kelani ganga. In Sinhala “Hadun” means Sandal wood. It is not known if there was a Sandal wood forest or even the smell of Sandal wood in the water for it to get such a name.
Bambarakanda Ella
Amongst the majestic mountains of Kalupahana in the Central Highlands; leaps the beautiful horsetail waterfall of Bambarakanda Ella. A Horsetail Fall descends a very nearly vertical rock face, maintaining some contact with it. As the tallest falls in the island, Bambarakanda has a vertical height of 263m (863 feet); and is ranked 299th amongst the tallest waterfalls of the world.
Kumari Ella Falls
According to folklore, the Kumari Ella Fall derives its name from King Sitawake Rajasinhe’s daughter, Kumari, as she is said to have drowned in the water.
Thunmodara Ranmudu Ella Falls
The 15m high Ranmudu Ella fall in Thunmodara is situated in a tributary of the Wakganga River, and the waters feed the Kelani River.
Bopagama Ella
King Valagambah in his efforts to promote Buddhism commissioned the building of many temples. Devanagala Raja Maha Viharaya on the Devanagala rock is one such temple.
Lankagama Duwili Ella Falls
Lankagama Duwili Ella Falls. The Lankagama Duwili Ella Fall could be accessed either from Deniyaya or Galle, Neluwa area. The track to the fall…
Gal Oruwa Ella Falls
Gal Oruwa Ella Falls. Gal Oruwa Ella Falls’s catchments are the aquifers of Sinharaja Forest. The stream flows between two boulders measuring 30m…