|Height :||30 meters|
|District :||Nuwara Eliya|
The beautiful Bomburu Ella Falls (also known as Perawella Falls) s a collection of about 10 little-known jungle waterfalls, situated between 1500 and 2000m above sea level in the Sita Eliya Kandapola Forest Reserve. They are served by the upper segment of the principal tributary of the Uma River, known as the Duulgala River.
The fall is in both the Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts, Uva Paranagama Divisional Secretariat, in the Pewella GS area. From the Welimada – Pusselawa road, turn off at Ambagasdova junction and follow the Pewella bus route. The route then ascends and becomes a slightly perilous-looking winding track, with difficult boulders and jungle to negotiate, before the fall is reached.
- Waterfalls of Sri Lanka
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Map of Bomburu Ella Falls
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Bomburu Ella Falls Video
An informative video clip by Nade Gura Travel & Conservation Society
Route from Welimada to Bomburu Ella
|Through : Daragala – Ambagasduwa – Uduhawara|
Distance : 17 km
Travel time : 30 minutes + 2.5 km hike
Driving directions : see on Google map