|Height :||5 meters|
|District :||Nuwara Eliya|
The area in which the Dummala Ella Fall was earlier called Katuhena and that the former name of the stream was Thattibathgoda Ela. King Walagamba is stated to have sought refuge in the nearby forests after being defeated in a battle. The king is said to have washed his eating vessel (Thatti) in this stream and on Poya days a golden Thatti is said to be seen floating on this stream.
- Punahela Suramba Falls
- Dummala Falls
- Kalupahana Falls
- Rikilla Falls
- Nalagana Falls
- Rukmal Falls
- Devagiri Falls
- Kelvin Falls
- Windsor Forest Falls
- Diyatiri Falls
- Waterfalls of Sri Lanka
- Other Places of Interest Within Close Proximity
Map of Dummala Ella Falls
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The waterfalls lies between Bulathkohupitiya and Dolosbage on the A21 (Kegalle – Bulathkohupitiya – Karawanella Road) road.
To view it one has to take a road branching off to the forested Dulgala-Narangala mountain area about 3 km from the turn off.
Route from Avissawella to Dummala Ella
|Through : Ruwanwella – Bulathkohupitiya|
Distance : 35 km
Travel time : 1 hour
Driving directions : see on google map