Beraliya Dola Ella Falls (බෙරලිය දොල ඇල්ල)

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Height (in metres)8

There are several falls located along the trek to the 8m Beraliya Dola Ella Falls. The fall springs from the slopes of the Sinharaja Forest. The stream creates the fall at Warukandeniya and continues to flow into Gin Ganga River at a place known as ‘Widane Galdola’.

This waterfall is the source of two village-level hydroelectricity plants. The Village Welfare Society conducts the maintenance of these plants. In the surroundings of the fall, Beraliya trees are found in abundance. Belaraliya is a staple food of the village. The Warukandeniya Village is rich in aesthetic beauty. The cool climes prevailing here are due to Sinharaja Forest and its aquifers. The whole area is dotted with tea plantations.

To get the fall, located in Neluwa PS, Gall District travel along Lankagama-Neluwa Road to Warukandeniya. From here go ahead for another 800m along the Pasel Mawatha (School Lane) towards “Beraliya Dola’ Hydro Power Plant, where the fall is situated. The route is difficult to traverse. Therefore it’s not popular.

Due to the number of small cascades on this stream, and due to the lack of a GPS location or a photo, there is confusion about the location of the fall as listed in LCWF.

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Travel Directions to Beraliya Dola Ella Falls

Route from Neluwa to Beraliya Dola Ella Falls

Through : Dellawa Road
Distance : 6.5 km
Travel time : 30 minutes
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