Best Waterfalls In Sri Lanka

A waterfall is a beautiful place that catches the eye of all of us. Many such waterfalls are located in mountainous areas. There are many of the best waterfalls in the area.Among them, we have listed some of the best waterfalls that have won the highest tourist attraction in terms of waterfall height, location, beautiful shape, and the way the waterfall cascades.


Rathna Ella Fall

Rathna Ella Fall - Hasalaka

Rathna Ella Fall belongs to the Kandy district. The height is 111 meters. Hasalaka Oya, which starts from the Knuckles Range, creates Rathna Ella Fall. Rathna Ella Fall is the 10th tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka and is considered to be the place where King Ravana spent time with Goddess Sita. However, Rathna Ella Fall as a spectacular body of water, captivating the eyes of visitors. Rathna Ella Fall is also very famous for its invisible events. Read More

Pareiyan Ella
Pareiyan Ella - Badalkumbura

Pareiyan Ella Falls is created by the Manik River.It is located in the small village of "Atala" in the Badal Kubura area in the Monaragala District. About five 5Km from Badalkubura town on Buttala road, Come to Old Gamsaba Road. on the right side of the road, the sign leading to Pareiyan Ella Falls is waiting for you. The area may have been called Punsisigama. You have also marked the distance as 2 km so as not to make further mistakes. Read More


Dunhinda Falls
Dunhinda Falls - Badulla

Dunhinda Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sri Lanka. It is located in the Badulla District of the Uva Province. The height is 64 meters. Splashing water from the cascading waterfall spreads throughout the area. It is a special feature and it adds a touch of beauty to the waterfall. It is also known as the "Bridal Fall", as it falls in the shape of a bridal veil. Located on the Badulla-Mahiyangana main road. Read More

Bomburuella Waterfall
Bomburuella Waterfall - Uva Paranagama

Bomburuella Waterfall is the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka. This is also known as "Perawalla Falls". Bomburuella Waterfall is 50 meters high. It is made up of a collection of 10 small waterfalls. The origin of the waterfall is a lake in the central highlands of Sri Lanka. Bomburuella Waterfall is an amazing waterfall located in Perawella which is considered as the border of Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts. Read More


Galpoththa Waterfall
Galpoththa Waterfall - Wellawaya

Galpoththa waterfall is another uncommon place in the Wellawaya area that you can have a natural bath. Many people in the village are not aware of this place. Because the place were made with stones they called the place Galpoththa waterfall. The water falling area is little deeper. This is one of the most beautiful paradises in our country. You can easily find this place when you visit Wellawaya. Read More

Ellewala Waterfall
Ellewala Waterfall - Wellawaya

Ellewala Waterfall is a wonderful little natural swimming pool. This is located in Wellawaya area. If you love water, this is a beautiful waterfall to visit. Ellewala Waterfall is located in the center of "Alikota" village in Wellawaya town in Monaragala district. About 7.4 Km away. The road in front of the Rathmal Vehera ancient temple is access to the Ellewala Waterfall. Read More



Diyaluma Falls
Diyaluma Falls - Koslanda

Diyaluma Falls, the second tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka, is about 220m high. And the tallest waterfall in the world is 361. This belongs to the Uva Province. The uppermost part of the waterfall, the highest waterfall, is about 30m high. Many say that the "Dhiya Haluma" later became the melting pot. It also involves the tragedy of a young king and a woman of a lower caste. The waterfall is located on the Beragala - Wellawaya main road about 5km from the Koslanda town. Read More

Duwili Ella Waterfall
Duwili Ella Waterfall - Kaltota - Balangoda

Duwili Ella Waterfall or Walawe Ganga East Falls is a waterfall located in the village of Thanjatenna, about 4 km from Balangoda in the Ratnapura District of Sri Lanka. The height of the waterfall is about 40 meters. Duwili Ella Waterfall is located in the Rajawaka Reserve which covers an area of 5536.69 hectares at the border of Uva Province and Sabaragamuwa Province. Duwili Ella Waterfall belongs to the dry zone of Sri Lanka according to the climatic conditions. Read More


Saree Ella Waterfall
Saree Ella Waterfall - Bambarella

Saree Ella Waterfall is an amazing waterfall that flows down the middle of the village of Gomara based on the Knuckles Reserve. The waterfall consists of two parts. The upper part is about 20 meters high and this part is named as Saree Ella Waterfall because it takes the shape of a "sari" (traditional ladies dress). The lower part of the waterfall is located as a natural pool and is best suited for bathing. It was amazing and cool. Read More

Huluganga Ella Waterfall
Huluganga Ella Waterfall - Kandy

Huluganga is a waterfall located in the town of Huluganga, about 30 km from Kandy. This waterfall is located under the bridge over the Huluganga town on this road. At 75 meters high, it is a beautiful waterfall that cascades down a large body of water and is at risk of reaching the bottom due to high tides during the rainy season. This is an area that belongs to the Knuckles Reserve. It originates in the hills of the villages of Alliyadda and Arattana before launching into Victoria Reservoir. Read More


Kombukara Nature Pool
Kombukara Nature Pool- Balleketuwa

Another beautiful place you can visit when you are travelling with looking for uncommon beautiful places to visit in Sri Lanka is "Kombukara Nature Pool and Secret Waterfall". This place is still a hiding place among people. If you are getting to Ella you won't get any difficult to visit this place. The beauty of the scenery on the way to visit this place is not just a beautiful picture. If you are travelling from Ella town to Namunukula - Passara road, about 3 km, you can catch the scenery Read More

Nilgala Makara Pivisuma
Nilgala Makara Pivisuma - Bibile

The Nilgala Makara Pivisuma, which belongs to both the Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Department of Forest Conservation, is located on the border of the Galaoya National Park near the town of Uva and Ampara in the Eastern Province. The total land area is about 26,000 hectares. It is called Nilgala because of the meaning of Nilaparvata. There are several peaks in the Nilgala forest and the highest mountain is known as "Yakun Hela" which is about 700 meters. Read More


Galaoya
Galaoya - Bibile

Galaoya is a another wonderful gift of nature that brings relief to the mind as well as the body. Galaoya is a beautiful natural place with several small swimming pools flowing through the Galaoya reserve. If you love the natural environment, Galaoya is one of the best places to experience the uniqueness of nature. This place is hidden on Medagama Nakkala Rd in the Bibila area in the Monaragala District in the Uva Province. Read More

Devon Falls
Devon Falls

It is located 6 km from Talawakale. The waterfall was named after Devon, a pioneer English coffee planter. This Devon Falls, also known as the "Veil of the Valley". Devon Falls is 97 meters (318 feet) high and is the 19th highest point in Sri Lanka. It has an altitude of 1,140 meters (3,740 feet) above sea level. This falls is created by a tributary of the Kotmale Oya, a tributary of the Mahaweli River. Read More


Galaoya
Rawana Falls

Rawana Falls is the nearest waterfall to the Ella town. Rawana Falls is located at a height of 25 meters above the Ella Wildlife Sanctuary. This is a beautiful waterfall that is very popular among many local and foreign tourists with its three floors. As the Rawana Falls is located on the Ella- Wellawaya main road, many travelers do not forget to stop and rest at this place for a moment. Rawana Falls is very scary on rainy days. Read More

St.Clair's Waterfall
St.Clair's Waterfall

St. Clair's Thawalanden Falls is a great place to beautify Nuwara Eliya. Located in Talawakele, Nuwara Eliya, it is a well-known tourist destination in Sri Lanka that attracts a large number of tourists every year. This waterfall is one of the six waterfalls affected by the Upper Kotmale Hydro Power Project. The Great Waterfall has two "Great Falls" (260 feet) high and two "Small Falls" (160 feet). Sri Little Niagara Falls is one of the deadliest waterfalls here. Read More


Katalagolla Oya
Katalagolla Oya

Katalagolla Oya, which gives life to 12 waterfalls, is a hidden gift of nature in a vast forest. This stream originates as a tributary of the Magaveli River. It is located in the reserve of three main reservoirs in Sri Lanka. This reserve is briefly known as Victoria, Randenigala, Rantambe. The reserve is made up of mountains, hills, valleys, falls and many beautiful waterfalls. There are 12 waterfalls created by the Katalagolla Oya Read More

Kadiyanlena Falls
Kadiyanlena Falls - Nawalapitiya

The name 'Kadiyanlena Ella' came to this waterfall with the legend of the past called 'Broken Falls'. In fact, the name is apt for this waterfall. That is to say, this waterfall falls into three parts. Two sections of it break up at the top of the main road and the other at the bottom. If you want to go to this waterfall, you have to come to Nawalapitiya town and go about 7km on Talawakele road. on Talawakele road. It is easy if you go in your private vehicle. Read More


Pudalu Oya Ella (Dunsinane Falls)
Pudalu Oya Ella (Dunsinane Falls)

Pudaluoya Falls (Dunsinan Falls) is a waterfall located in the Kotmale Divisional Secretariat Division in the Nuwara Eliya District of the Central Province of Sri Lanka. It flows in two parts and has a total elevation of 328 feet (100 m). Pulu Oya Falls is located in the Kotmale Divisional Secretariat in the Nuwara Eliya District. The highest of the three floors of the falls, the Pudaluoya - Nuwara Eliya road, is the shortest but most beautiful section. Read More

Lover's Leap
Lover's Leap

Another beautiful waterfall in the Nuwara Eliya District. It is located at a distance of about 5km from Nuwara Eliya on the side called Hawa Eliya. It is 30 meters high. Exactly at the Pidurutalagala reserve boundary. You can reach the bottom of the waterfall and the top of the waterfall. The road to the top is difficult. Slippery. We have to jump over the fence on the way. Nuwara Eliya town can be seen from the top of the waterfall. It looks good on a foggy day. Read More


Bambarakanda Falls
Bambarakanda Falls

The Babarakanda Falls, considered to be the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka, is located in the Kalupahanaya area of the Badulla District in the Uva Province. At 263 meters 863 feet, it is considered to be the 299th tallest waterfall in the world. It is a tributary of the Walawe River, a small stream. It is also known as Bambaragala Falls, Bambarakele Falls, Bambara Falls and Dultota Falls. Bambarakanda Waterfall is located in the Weerakongama Grama Niladhari Division Read More

Galapitiyaya Waterfall
Galapitiyaya Waterfall

Galapitiyaya Estate is one of the fascinadoras destinations in the map of the tourist of the world. This is a private estate with some very scenic views. Out of these, the following 3 places take a special place. Galapitagala human figure, Galapitiyaya Waterfall (Nidahangala Waterfall), Blue pond. Route No. 01 A short distance from the Kalupahana junction on the Colombo - Badulla main road to the Bambarakanda waterfall, you will find the name plate 'Galapitiyaya Estate' Read More


Lanka Ella Waterfall
Lanka Ella Waterfall

Lanka Falls is located in the Kalupahana area in the Badulla District of the Uva Province. The height is about 32 meters. It is located at a distance of about 1 km from Bambarakanda waterfall. This path to the waterfall is home to many endemic bird species. Many people believe that this waterfall is named as Lanka Falls because it is similar in shape to Sri Lanka. How to reach: From Colombo - Beragala A4 road and from Kalupahana Read More

Makuluthota Ella
Makuluthota Ella

Although not very popular among tourists, Makuluthota Falls can be described as one of the highest places in terms of beauty. This beautiful waterfall that flows along theEmbilipitiya-Deniyaya road flows like a staircase . The waterfall falls in two parts as a staircase and in the first place is suitable for bathing. There is a natural rock hole near the site of the falls that looks like a rock hole created by someone Read More


Aberdeen Falls
Aberdeen Falls

Aberdeen Falls is a 98 meter (322 ft) high waterfall in Kehelgamu Oya in Nuwara Eliya District. Kehelgamu Oya is a major tributary of the Kelani River. To reach the Aberdeen Waterfall from Ginigathhena, take the Ambatale Road to the end of the road to the Buddha Statue. This beautiful waterfall is located after a 1.2 km walk along the road. Killing is reported by bathing and swimming in the middle of the pool. Read More

Laxapana Falls
Laxapana Falls - Maskeliya

Laxapana Falls is the 8th tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka and is ranked 625th in the world. It is located in the Kehelgamu Oya in the Maskeliya area in the Nuwara Eliya District. The waterfall has the names of Dual Hydro Power Plant, Old Laxapana Power Plant which generates 50 MW and New Laxpana Power Plant which produces 100 MW. Popular legends say that this is the place where the Lord Buddha prepared Read More



Mandaramnuwara
Mandaramnuwara - Padiyapelella

Many people think of Mandaramnuwara as a city. But this village, which is 54 km away from Walapane road and 13 km away from Padiyapelella, is still unnoticed by many. Literally a day, the village is shrouded in darkness, and there are 14 beautiful waterfalls in the area. You can visit 6 main waterfalls in two days. Among them Kolapathana Falls and Kabaragala Falls have a special place. Read More

Peessa Ella
Peessa Ella - Badulla

Across the Kurukkan Oya which starts from Madolsima area. This beautiful waterfall is created by a waterfall falling down a steep slope of the Lunugala mountain range. This waterfall is about 45 meters high. Peesa Falls was also known as Morahela Falls in the early days. Peesa Falls was also known as Morahela Falls in the early days. It is said that the road to the cave was paved with large Read More


Maskeliya - Nuwara Eliya
Maskeliya - Nuwara Eliya

Maskeliya is a city in the Central Province, made up of three estates. It is a beautiful city with a very temperate climate rich in water, mountains, and waterfalls.This place is also known as the crash site of the Martinair Flight 138, the worst air disaster in Sri Lanka in 1974. This place is located on the way to visit Sri Padasthanaya (Adam's Peak ). Due to this, it has become a tourist attraction. Read More

Meeyan Ella Waterfall - Ihala kotte
Meeyan Ella Waterfall - Ihala kotte

Meeyan Ella Waterfall is located near the Ihala Kotte Railway Station in the Kegalle District. The stream that enhances the beauty of Meeyan Ella Waterfall starts from Helen-Maditta on Mount Elagalla. Initially, the waterfall falls as a single stream over a rock and flows through the villages of Walagoda and Thalagolla and joins the Thalagolla Oya. Meeyan Ella Waterfall is a seasonal waterfall The rainy season adds to its true beauty. Read More


Rajanawa Ella - Ratnapura
Rajanawa Ella - Ratnapura

Rajanawa Falls and the bathing spot are now very popular among tourists. Legend has it that King Walagamba used to bathe in a waterfall. Therefore, this waterfall has been called Rajanewa Falls in the early days. Later Rajanewa Falls became Rajana Falls. Rajnewa Falls, which is about 10 meters high, falls into a beautiful rocky outcrop with a breathtaking view. It is also possible to travel to the upper part of Rajanewa Falls. Read More

Kurundu Oya Ella Falls
Kurundu Oya Ella Falls - Walapane

Kurundu Oya Ella Falls is located close to Walapane town. It is a mistake for many people to name the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka as Kurundu Oya Ella Falls. This is the third highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The second highest waterfall is Kalugala Garadi Falls. The height is 240 meters. Kurundu Oya Ella Falls is 207 meters high. The waterfall formed by Kurundu Oya joins the Mahaweli River. Read More


Galpotta or Sudugala Falls
Galpoththa or Sudugala Falls - Nawalapitiya

Sudugala Falls or Sudugala Falls is a beautiful place to visit in Nawalapitiya. From Nawalapitiya town take the Wewegama bus and get off at the Bakery Junction and take the road to the left of the Y Junction. Or get on the Mapakanda bus and get off at the Auckwin Hotel in Hein. A three-wheeler from Nawalapitiya costs around Rs. 250-300. Take a bath in a safe place as there are deep holes. Read More

Dumpussella
Dumpussella - Ratnapura

Dumpussella is another beautiful waterfall in Sri Lanka and is the widest waterfall in the Ratnapura District. Dumpussella is located on the Ratnapura Siripagama Road, 19 km from Ratnapura town, bordering the Induruwa Reserve. Dumpussella The Indur River, which originates in the western foothills of Gilimale, is fed by a number of tributaries and is formed on the reef bordering the Induruwa Reserve. Read More


Sera Ella
Sera Ella - Matale

Sera Ella is located in the village of Pothathawela near Laggala in the Matale District in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. This waterfall is known as Sera Ella due to the fish species that inhabit this waterfall. Kawdagamana Mountain and Hatugenagala. The waterfall receives water throughout the year and is fully flooded during the monsoon months (November-March). Read More

Pahanthudawa Waterfall
Pahanthudawa Waterfall - Belihuloya

Pahanthudawa Waterfall is another unique creation among the waterfalls in Sri Lanka. The reason is its location and nature. This waterfall is also known as Pahanthudawa due to its natural location. The waterfall that falls into this waterfall is in the shape of a lamp. The water falls from the waterfall into the pool like a lamp screen. Hence the name Pahanthudawa Falls. Read More


Dumbara Ella Waterfall
Dumbara Ella Waterfall - Matale

Dumbara Ella Waterfall is another stream that originates in the Knuckles Mountains. About 16 miles from the village of Atonwala is exhausting Dumbara Ella Waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sri Lanka that can be reached after a hike and completely eliminates the hassle of traveling. Dumbara Ella Waterfall is 20 meters high. This fall is located in the Kalupahana area in the Matale District Read More

Dunumala Ella
Dunumala Ella - Gampaha

This beautiful waterfall is also known as Dunumala Falls, Algama Falls, Alawala Falls, and Devin Penna Falls. This waterfall is mentioned in some books as one of the waterfalls in the Gampaha district and as a waterfall in the Kegalle district. Dunumala Ella falls from a rock about 40-45 feet high and is fed by the bow chain stream. Dunumala Falls flows from the top into three sections, first falling from a cliff about 10 feet high and then another Read More


Nanuoya Waterfall
Nanuoya Waterfall - Nanuoya

From Nuwara Eliya you can cross the Nanu Oya and turn right at Radella Shortcut Road to reach this small but beautiful waterfall located in the Glassaugh Estate. If the water level in Nanu Oya is low during the rainy season, this waterfall is only a small stream. A place where you can have fun without harm, the water of this beautiful waterfall is not suitable for face-to-face drinking. However, this is a place not to be missed. Read More

Wewessa Ella Falls
Wewessa Ella Falls - Badulla

Wewessa Falls is 22 meters high and originates from a tributary of the Batulu Oya (Batulu River). The waterfall flows only during the rainy season. The forest is degraded and combined with colonization and illegal logging, and is at risk of extinction. The fall can be found at the 5th mile post on the Badulla Expressway in the Badulla District. About 9 km from Passara on the Badulla road, it is on the side of the road. Read More


Blackpool
Blackpool - Badulla

Blackpool is a natural spring water body located close to the city of Badulla. The source of this natural pool is a stream that flows from the western slope of the Namunukula mountain range. This water falls into the Badulu Oya, a tributary of the Mahaweli, flows around the city of Badulla and joins the Mahaweli below the Rantambe between the Uma Oya and the Loggal Oya. Read More

Surathali Ella
Surathali Ella - Belihuloya

Surathali Falls is a beautiful waterfall located in the Ratnapura District. It is easily accessible from the Colombo-Badulla main road and is within walking distance of the main road. The upper part of the waterfall can be viewed from the main road. Read More


Bambarakiri Ella
Bambarakiri Ella - Matale

Bambarakiri Falls is a small but beautiful waterfall. If you are traveling to Matale, don't forget to check out Bambarakiri Falls, the hidden paradise of Sri Lankan beauty gifted by nature. The fall is located in the town of Rattota, near the Matale district. Take the Matale - Ilukumbura road to Bamarakiri Falls, about 1 km from Ratota town. The water is very clear. Read More

Galboda Falls
Galboda Falls - Nawalapitiya

Galboda Falls is located in a beautiful place in the Galboda estate on the Nawalapitiya-Hatton railway line. It is formed by the Hanguran Oya and is about 30 meters high. Due to its recent popularity, the waterfall attracts a large number of local and foreign tourists. The area where this waterfall is located belongs to the Central Wet Zone. Read More


Nalagana Ella Falls
Nalagana Ella Falls - Kegalle

Nalagana Ella Falls, one of the most beautiful waterfalls fed by the Ritigala Oya, falls at a height of 40 meters. Nalagana Ella Falls is located in the Kegalle District and can be reached by a tourist coming from Kandy to Dedugala on the Dolosbage Road in Kandy by accessing the Kalupahana Small Hydro Power Plant near the 7th km post on the Pellampitiya Bulathkohupitiya Road. Read More

Puna Ella Falls
Puna Ella Falls - Ramboda

Ramboda Falls is located on the main road from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya, just past the Ramboda Tunnel. There are two parts of the falls called Ramboda Falls and Lower Ramboda Falls. Ramboda Falls is the 11th tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka and the 729th largest waterfall in the world. In addition to Ramboda Falls, another small waterfall cascades down. This Poona Falls takes a different Read More


Aradunu Falls
Aradunu Falls - Passara

Aradunu Falls is another amazing waterfall about 30 meters high located in the Passara area which belongs to the Badulla District in the Uva Province of Sri Lanka. The height is about 30 meters. The shape takes the form of a bow. This waterfall is used to generate hydroelectric power. Therefore, during the dry season, the water level in the falls is low. When the turbine is idle, the waterfall slides very nicely. Read More

Alupola Ella
Alupola Ella - Ratnapura

Alupola Falls, located at one end of the Sabaragamuwa Butterfly Reserve, is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Ratnapura. It is the most beautiful road from Ratnapura town to Balangoda on the Wewelwatta - Rassagala road. It is about 3 km past Wewelwatta town. The name of this waterfall is Alupola Falls based on the name of the Alupola estate where the waterfall is located. Among the many large and small waterfalls in the vicinity of Ratnapura, this waterfall is 68 meters. Read More


Gerandigini Ella
Gerandigini Ella - Nuwara Eliya

This waterfall is not unfamiliar to anyone traveling from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya but it is a beautiful waterfall that is not accessible to many people. This stream, which feeds the Ramboda Perattasi Estate, forms a 100 m (308 ft) high waterfall at the bottom of a high hill and joins the Poona Oya which flows from Ramboda and eventually feeds the Kotmale Reservoir. Read More

Bopath Ella Falls
Bopath Ella Falls - Ratnapura

Bopath Falls is located in the village of Agalwatta in the Ratnapura District of Sri Lanka. The Kuru River, a tributary of the Black River, cascades down 30 meters (95 feet) high through a narrow opening from the top of a mountain at one point in her journey. The name 'Bopath Ella' is derived from the fact that the stream collapses in the form of a Bo leaf when there is good water Read More


Beruwatta Ella Falls
Beruwatta Ella Falls - Ratnapura

Beruwatta Falls is another beautiful waterfall in Ruwanpura from Wewelwatta town, 30 km from Ratnapura town on the Wewelwatta road. After 2km on Balangoda road you will come across Beruwatta Falls. Read More

Ginigedara Ella
Ginigedara Ella - Kalutara

Ginigedara Falls is a 14 meter high waterfall located in the Bulath Sinhala area in the Kalutara District in the Western Province of Sri Lanka. This waterfall cascades down a large boulder. This waterfall flows between Read More


Ramboda Falls
Ramboda Falls - Pussellawa

Ramboda Falls is a beautiful waterfall located in the Pussellawa area of the Nuwara Eliya District in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. The height is about 109 m. Ramboda Falls is the 11th largest waterfall in Sri Lanka. It is the 729th largest waterfall in the world. This is also known as Poona Falls. This waterfall was created by the Poona Oya, a tributary of the Kotmale Oya. This waterfall takes the Y shape of a base. Read More

Katugas Ella
Katugas Ella - Ratnapura

Katugas Ela is a magnificent waterfall about 6 meters high. It is nourished by the springs of the Katugas Ella Sri Pada Forest, which cascades down the majestic Lila of Kospelawinna village in the Ratnapura District of the Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka. It is not easy to reach the waterfall .The water flows into two parts. At first he finds himself in the lower part about a meter high. A lot of people think that's the end of it. Read More


Sampath Ella
Sampath Ella - Hali Ela

Sampath Ella is a small waterfall located in the Hali Ela area in the Badulla District in the Uva Province of Sri Lanka. It is a small but beautiful waterfall about 8 meters high. The uniqueness of this place is that you can walk close to the waterfall. The route is a bit difficult. With the help of the locals, you can easily reach the foot of this waterfall. While the waterfall is active during the rainy season, it is not advisable to visit the falls during the dry season. Read More

Kirindi Ella Waterfall
Kirindi Ella Waterfall - Pelmadulla

Kirindi Ella Waterfall located in Kuttapitiya village in the Pelmadulla Divisional Secretariat Division in the Ratnapura District of the Sabaragamuwa Province has attracted both local and foreign tourists. Kirindi Ella Waterfall is one of the 10 tallest waterfalls in Sri Lanka. This natural waterfall which is 116 meters high is created by the tributary of the Denawaka river called Kirindi Oya which starts from the Kuttapitiya hills in Pelmadulla. Read More


Thudugala Ella
Thudugala Ella - Kalutara

Tudugala Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in Kalutara. In the reserve, Tudugala flows like a giant, lifting the biodiversity of Tudugala, pushing the great body of water to the edge of the river, breaking into three parts Read More

Bambarabotuwa Falls
Bambarabotuwa Falls - Wewelwatta

Bambarabotuwa Falls is a still untouched waterfall located in the Wewelwatta area in the Ratnapura District of the Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka. Wewelwatta is a paradise with a series of waterfalls in the Ratnapura District. Read More


Thambadola Ella
Thambadola Ella - Kalutara

Thambadola Ella is an attractive waterfall located in the Kalu Gala Proposed Reserve in the Kalutara District of the Western Province of Sri Lanka. Also known as Ridivita Falls and Polgampola Falls as it is located in the Polgampola area. This was a small waterfall 3 meters high but it was a free and quiet place with natural beauty Read More

Kolapathana Waterfall
Kolapathana Waterfall - Mandaramnuwara

Kolapathana Waterfall is located in a small village called Mandaramnuwara in Nuwara Eliya. It's exact height is unknown but is believed to be no less than 50 meters. This beautiful waterfall is fed by a stream of water that starts from Pidurutalagala mountain. Mandaramnuwara is a small ancient village in the Nuwara Eliya District Read More


Diyavini Ella Falls
Diyavini Ella Falls - Balangoda

Diyavini Ella Falls is a beautiful 60 meter high waterfall located in the Kaltota area of Balangoda in the Ratnapura District of the Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka. Diyavini Ella Falls is the 37th tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. This waterfall is called Diyavini Ella because it is a waterfall that cascades down like a single straight pole. This was later changed to Diyavini Ella for ease of pronunciation. Read More