|Height :||8 meters|
The Galamuna Ella fall is 8m high. The name ‘Galamuna’, meaning stone face, is believed to have derived from an old stone culvert located here, said to be an irrigation project set up by ancient King Walagamba. During times of drought, the villagers hold a religious ritual called ‘Kirimadu Shanti’ for the Mangara deities.
The fall is located on the Ratnapura – Embilipitiya road, past Panamura in the Ratnapura District.
No other information exists on this waterfall. The maker below points only to a approximate area. Do not use it as a guide to position the waterfall.
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Map of Galamuna Ella Waterfall
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Travel Directions to Galamuna Ella Waterfall
|Route from Rakwana to Galamuna Ella Waterfall|
|Through : Suriyakanda|
Distance : 45 km
Travel time : 1 hour
Driving directions : see on google map