Golumale is a unique geological formation. That is, a stream that grew like a natural well. This Golumale is located in a village called Yatimadura about 23 km from Walapane town in the Nuwara Eliya District of the Central Province. The village is also very beautiful.
It is formed by a tributary of the Uma Oya. Golumale consists of a series of rock pools on the banks of a river created by years of erosion. There are also natural rock carvings and rock formations of various shapes and sizes.
On one side of this river live wild elephants and on the other side our villagers live by plowing paddy fields, cultivating potatoes and power.
- If you are camping for this event at night, you will have to stay in an attic. Because elephants roam freely in the Randenigala forest reserve.
- But it is okay for young people to go here now and come back home safely without harming the beauty of the environment
- Ideal for bathing