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.
"Pareiyan Ella Falls is not like a dove. There is a picture of a dove on a rock. A treasure. But no one can take it"
From the beginning, the road has been aesthetically pleasing. But the road is not so super. Concrete is placed everywhere, but the concrete ends with a sharp bump. This roundabout is deserted on both sides. Pepper cultivation is becoming a staple crop and can be seen on both sides of the road. Several villagers who met us on the way kindly guide us. The maximum distance that can be reached by a vehicle is only 1.5 km from the main road. The vehicle should stop at that place and go down a flight of stairs to reach the Pareiyan Ella Falls.
The end of the stairs is great aesthetics. A very small waterfall. It bubbles and flows. The waterfall should go down along the river. Walk along the jungle road that forms along the river bank. To reach the Pareiyan Ella Falls
you have to walk along the jungle road along the river bank. You have to climb rocks, jump over tree branches, find the waterfall and move on. Even if you come on a rock, you will not see it at once. We must find our way through the voice.
About 200 meters down from Pareiyan Ella Falls you will find another beautiful waterfall. This waterfall is taller than Pareiyan Ella Falls and is known as Dunhinda Ella
. It is about 30,40 meters high. No words to say that this is the value of the resource the seeker gets. Not one waterfall but two waterfalls cascade down. But this bride is not as high as Dunhinda Falls
, Diyaluma Falls
as the most rainbow we have ever seen. A short bride. In short, she is unbeatable in beauty. Smoke billows like a rainbow. The foot pool is extremely deep.
All around is the jungle. The cascading stream cascades away. Huge boulders add shape to the area itself, not to the surface. You can find the best picture frame of the waterfall by stepping from rock to rock.
Along this part of the river we found some wonderful rocks. The turbulent waters of the river are beautifully framed by rocks of various shapes, finely polished rock slabs, and terrifying-looking pits several feet deep. Some colored rocky surfaces were also among these wonders.
How to reach:
The closest city to this place is Badalkumbura. This place is located about 6 km from the town of Badalkumbura.
10min (Badalkumbura to Pareiyan Ella Falls)
Height in Pareiyan Ella:
Height in Dunhinda (Pareiyan Ella part 2):
Dunhinda : It looked like it was at least 30 or 40 meters in height.
Best time to visit:
- Memorable place
- Self motivated
- Nature has gifted for you this place to enjoy
It is best to visit the Pareiyan Ella Falls all days except heavy rainy days.
Some places are very deep. You have to be careful as there are large Stone holes all over the area.
This place is in a very dangerous place. And be sure to follow the advice of local residents and travel only to places that are suitable for viewing.
- The rocks are extremely slippery
- Do not try to walk in the middle if the water level is high
- Pareiyan Ella Falls is very deep. So bathing is very risky
- Avoid visiting this waterfall on rainy days
- Pareyan Falls is cool and very clean