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.
This is about 200 meters from the Ihala Kotte station between Rambukkana and Kadugannawa stations on the Kanda Kandyan railway line towards Colombo. If you go hiking in Alagalle, don't forget to go here.
Height in Meeyan Ella Waterfall:
For those waiting to go to Meeyan Ella Waterfall by bus
- Get on a bus at Polgahawela --> Rambukkana --> Mawanella and reach the 7th pillar From the junction you have to go 3km to Ihala Kotte station.
- For those who have difficulty walking there are three wheels like Rs.500
- You have to cross the small roads in the middle of a beautiful environment and slowly come to the station.
- After about 1km along the railway line to the left from the station you will find the Meeyan Ella Waterfall
The binge is a bit long. Finally a beautiful place. There is a small waterfall there. There is a cave behind that waterfall. The entrance to the cave is inside the binge. A beautiful hidden pot in Sri Lanka with a stunning view. For those who want to take a bath wherever they go, about 100m to the right of the station, there is a cold tap water.
It starts from the springs in the Alagalla mountain range and is about 100 feet above sea level near the fifty six and a half mile post on the main railway line. The upcountry train encounters the aforementioned Mice Falls rock near the mile post at the age of fifty-nine. The place is about 1000 feet above sea level. In the past, it used to rain, but now it is not so.
Don't forget to get permission from the train station before going here. Also avoid destroying the environment. So let's be careful. It's beautiful and very dangerous here.