Gongala mountain is the highest mountain in the Sabaragamuwa Province. Gongala Kanda in the Ratnapura District is 1357 meters high and is the 15th highest mountain in Sri Lanka. The name Gongala is derived from the fact that Mount Gongala takes the shape of a deer. The summit of Gongala mountain is not the Gongala view point and you can see the highest point of the Gongala mountain range just beyond it.
Gongala Kanda is the main recurrence center targeting the Southern Province.
Although targeting the Southern Province, some areas in the Uva and Sabaragamuwa Provinces are also covered by Gongala. 10 TV channels and 29 radio channels are aired from Gongala Kanda and Channel Eye is the only government channel to be aired from Gongala Kanda. Mount Gongala is located in Sri Lanka. Highest number of channels. Is the center of reflection.
Mount Gongala is controlled by the Navy. The origin of the Nilwala River and the Ginga is Mount Gongala. The Sinharaja Forest is located on the west side of the Gongala Hill and the Rakwana, Balangoda and Udawalawe Reserves can be seen from the East and North. On the days when there is a clear sky you can see the southern coast of Matara to the south of the mountain.
When crossing the Gongala, one has to go about 2km through a jungle road and there is a risk of avoiding that footpath. So go for the journey by marking the road signs.
After visiting Gongala you can see a very beautiful and beautiful view. The abandoned Doppler radar tower on Mount Gongala is said to be the highest point in the Gongala Range. This tower is currently inactive. Once you go to the top of this radar tower you can see a very wide range of view.