Diyavini Ella Falls – දියවිනි ඇල්ල

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Diyavini Ella Falls
Diyavini Ella Falls – photo courtesy of Ashan Geeganage
Height :60 meters
District :Ratnapura

The 60m high Diyavini Ella (Diyawini Ella) waterfall forms part of a tributary of the Diyavini River, which is in a jungle 8km east of Balangoda, south of Vikiliya. The tributary, together with another stream created by the Diyavini River, flows into the Walawe River. The Devagiri Vihare (temple), worth a visit, and an ancient Dagoba (Buddhist shrine) overgrown by the jungle are nearby. Locals believe that a treasure trove is buried in the vicinity and that a village head disappeared when he tried to find it. They also maintain that Brahmin scripts are inscribed in caves and further assert that there are three stone vessels, each 3m deep, located here.

Take the Balangoda – Weligapola road to Kapugala road and the ancient village of Diyavini. The fall is located near the old Rajamaha Vihare (temple)

The Diyawini waterfall lies close to the ancient Sri Devagiri Raja Maha Viharaya and can be seen from over 2 km away. It is said that you can clearly see ‘Naga’ carvings in the middle section of the waterfall during dry season.

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Travel Directions to Diyavini Ella Falls

Route from Balangoda to Diyavini Ella Falls

Route from Kaltota to Diyavini Ella Falls

Distance : 25 km
Travel time : 45 minutes
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Through : Budugala Viharaya
Distance : 17 km
Travel time : 30 hour
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