- Laxapana falls is a waterfall located in Maskeliya area of the Nuwara Eliya District in Central Province, Sri Lanka. It is a picturesque waterfall formed by the Maskeliya Oya upstream which is a tributary of Kelani Ganga. Laxapana falls is 126m in height and it is the eighth highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. This amazing waterfall is also located in an attractive location which has many hidden caves and natural tunnels. The most convenient route to the Laxapana falls is the Hatton – Maskeliya road. You can go to the top of the waterfall by taking a by road and enjoy a spectacular view of the surrounding Laxapana valley. To get the direction to the Laxapana falls, type your current location in the text box below the location map in the sidebar. Click here to find a list of accommodations around Maskeliya, Sri Lanka on Booking.com. External Links Laxapana: A majestic waterfall – Sunday Observer Let This Pearl to Refresh & Restore You – Laxapana Waterfall – Daily Mirror
- Galboda Ella (or Galaboda Ella) is a waterfall located in Nawalapitiya area of Kandy District in Central Province, Sri Lanka. The waterfall is about 30m high and width ranges from 3 m to 6 m. It is also located nearby the Watawala which is one of the areas get the highest rainfall in Sri Lanka. The waterfall can be accessed by both road and railway. If you are traveling by a vehicle, you have to park the vehicle about 2km away from the waterfall and have to walk along the trail. When traveling by train, you need to get down at the Galboda railway station on the Colombo – Badulla railway line (Main Line). After about one hour walk the trail, you can reach the Galboda Ella waterfall. External Links ගල්කුළු මතින් ඇදහැලෙන ගලබඩ ඇල්ල – දිනමිණ
- Bopath Ella Waterfall is located in Agalawatta Village in Kuruvita, in the Ratnapura District of Sri Lanka. The waterfall has the shape of a Bo leaf. The name “Bo-path Ella” has been given to it because of this shape. In Sinhalese, “path” means the leaves of a tree and “Ella” is the Sinhala translation of the term “waterfall”. The waterfall is 30m high and it is formed from the Kuru Ganga. The Kuru Ganga is joined with the Kalu Ganga at Madara. Bopath Ella is a major tourist attraction in Sri Lanka, as it is located not far from the capital, Colombo. It’s possible to swim in the base pool and should be careful when rainy seasons.
- The Devon Falls is located in the Nuwara Eliya District of Central Province, Sri Lanka. The waterfall is 97 meters high and it is the 19th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The waterfall is a part of the Kothmale Oya, a tributary of the Mahaweli River. The Devon Falls can be easily seen from the Avissawella – Hatton – Nuwara Eliya road (see the map for the most suitable viewpoint). The St. Clairs Falls located close to this waterfall.
- This is a very beautiful waterfall located in the Nuwara Eliya District of Central Province, Sri Lanka. The waterfall is a part of the Kothmale Oya, a tributary of the Mahaweli River. The St. Clairs Falls can be easily seen from the Avissawella – Hatton – Nuwara Eliya road (see the map for the most suitable viewpoint).
- Bambarakiri Ella is located beside the Matale – Illukkumbura-Pallegama Road. When you are approaching Riverston peak or Knuckle Conservation Forest from Matale side along this road, the waterfall is on the right-hand side and it is only 6km away from Rattota Town. The waterfall is popular among local tourist and it is one of the location they wait to refresh and have bath when they are coming back from the Riverston tour.
- This is another beautiful creation of mother nature. The height of the Doowili Ella Waterfall is 63 feet and it is part of the Walawe River. The waterfall is located in the Kalthota area of Ratnapura District in Sabaragamuwa Province. The term “Doowili” (in Sinhalese) has the meaning of dust. It is believed that the name “Doowili” is given due to the vapor spread out in the vicinity of the area by the waterfall.