|Height :||30 meters|
The 30m high Malmora Falls’s name comes from Toddy. That is related to the word ‘Malmuraya’, which is in common usage amongst toddy tapers. In surroundings of the fall a naturalized tree named ‘Kitul’ (Caryota Urens) grow. The tree blooms between a time spans of 8-10 years. Its flower is tapped 3-4 times a day for produce.
The fall is in Lankagama village, Galle District, Hiniduma Electorate. To find the fall, trek upward for 2km from Lankagama Kekuma Falls.
The waterfall lies inside the Sinharaja Reserve. 3 falls are created by the stream. The one at the bottom is the Lankagama Kekuna Falls, above it lies Pathan Oya Ella and going further up, you will come across the Malmora Ella. Being a evergreen forest, leaches will be part of the life on the treck.
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Map of Lankagama Malmora Ella Falls
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Route from Colombo to Lankagama Malmora Ella Falls ( up to Mediripitiya)
|Through : Southern Expressway – Elpitiya – Pitigala – Neluwa – Kotapola – Deniyaya – Pallegama – Mediripitiya|
Distance : 190 km
Travel time : 4 hours
Driving directions : see on google map