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. January and February are the driest months, with 60% of the rainfall coming from the southwest monsoon.
Height in Galboda Falls:
A number of rare plant and reptile species endemic to Sri Lanka have been recorded in the area around the waterfall. The best and easiest way to visit this waterfall is by rail. This waterfall can be reached by traveling about 1 1/2 km uphill from the Galboda railway station on the Nawalapitiya / Hatton railway line.
It is more convenient because the route is indicated by a board.
It is the responsibility of all of us to minimize the potential for disruption to this sensitive environment as the waterfall exhibits a high level of biodiversity and uniqueness.