The highest waterfall in Sri Lanka (865 feet), which is at it`s
peak capacity during September and October.
will find the 2nd highest waterfall around 13 Km towards "Koslanda"
on the Wellawaya Road. Diyaluma means Watery light.
see the breathtaking beauty of Dunhinda falls(210 feet), you have
to travel about 5 Km from Badulla along the Mahiyangana road, and
walk for another 2 Km (trekking) away from the main road.
St. Claire The
widest waterfall in Sri Lanka, about 265 feet high.
Laxapana Falls Laxapana
fall is 377 feet high
Aberdeen Falls A
mere 5 Km away from Laxapana you will find the 322 feet high Aberdeen
Devon Falls Devon
falls(318 feet) can be best viewed from the 20th mile post of the
Visible from the Ella-Wellawaya road, near Udunuwara village.
A popular stopover for travelers.
Alupola Ella This
200 feet high fall is to be found 25 Km away from Ratnapura in the
The water falls 100 feet in the shape of a Bo leaf. When you
travel along the Colombo-Ratnapura highway, turn at Higasthenna
junction and drive along the Agalawatte road up to Devapahala village
to see Bopath Ella.
Lovers Leap The 100
feet high Lovers Leap begins it`s journey as a fountain at the Southern
slope of Sri Lanka`s highest mountain Pidurutalagala. The falls
can be seen from the town Nuwara Eliya.
Mawanella Ella Travel
35 Km from Nuwara Eliya towards Udupussallawa and another 13 Km
towards the Napola gap, and then you will find Mawanella Ella in
the Lunuwatta village.
Bakers Fall Discovered
by Sir Samuel Baker and a good stopover on your way to the World`s
Nanu Oya and Ambewela offers a panoramic view of the 75 feet high
Bridal Falls The
winding highway to the Nuwara Eliya Plateau offers a memorable view
of Bridal Falls, resembling a bridal veil, while dropping over the
Perawella Fall is about 90 feet high.
Can be seen from the Ramboda Bazaar on the Nuwara Eliya-Ramboda