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. Dumpussella is about 6m high and 36m wide. Dumpussella is the widest waterfall in the Ratnapura District.
The area around Dumpussella is rich in biodiversity. It is home to a large number of endemic flora and fauna and the Induruwa Reserve which surrounds the Dumpussella also enhances the natural beauty of the falls. The Dumpussella, with its clear water, is a great gift to nature.
To see the Dumpussella you have to walk up to 300m along the Induru River from the main road. Dumpussella, with its high water content, is somewhat violent during the rainy season. Dumpussella, which is popular among tourists, is currently being polluted to some extent due to the fact that the water brought by tourists visiting the falls is dumped around the falls and the Induru reserve.
If you want to save the beauty of the Dumpussella in the future, you must always be concerned about the safety of the Dumpussella. Always be kind enough to bring back the plastic material and glass bottles you bring with you when you visit the falls.