Bambarapana Medipokuna Bandara Kandura Ambalama Ambalama is a small ancient wayside rest made of stone pillars and blocks of stone hidden away from popular road network in Badulla district on the way to the mysterious Halaba Bridge across Uma Oya.
Mahiyanganaya is 25 kilometres away from the Ambalama, while Bibile town is 15 kilometers away. From Mahiyanganaya, use the Badulla route for 13 kilometres before turning into the Bibile road. To get to the little intersection and the turnoff towards Rideemaliyadda Rajamaha Viharaya, continue on this route for another 12 kilometres. Just at this intersection, the Ambalama is located in some tree shade.
Pallewela Ella is a considerably high waterfall hidden in the jungles in the Karandagolla area on Ella-Wellawaya road. This waterfall also known as Alikoti Ella, had been made popular recently due to the hotels in this area which had made this fall one of the publishised attractions.
Welanhinna Fort would have been a strategic fort of the Kandyan Army to observe enemy movements at Idalgashinna Pass, this was one of primary entry points to the Kandyan kingdom from Uva.
Kithal Ella Waterfall is only accessible over railway track which travels on the famous Nine Arch Bridge. This waterfall is generally considered the real Ravana Ella Waterfall due the close proximity of the Ravana Cave.
Dun Ella Falls (125m high and 3m wide) is split into three chutes that converge in a tributary of Loggal Oya Reservoir called Madu Walla Kandura. Annual deforestation of the land for chena cultivation means the land near the fall is bare and only 40 hectares of forest remain due to soil erosion. T
The track through the Devils Staircase is one of the most popular hiking and jeep tracks in the hills of Sri Lanka. The difficulty levels and the spectacular view of the green mountains of Sri Lanka has made this a hikers paradise but only the most ardent hikers will undertake this 13 km hike.
Kirioruwa Ambalama is a small ancient wayside rest made of brick and mortar hidden away from popular road network between Bandarawela and Attempitiya. The Amalama was more or less destroyed by and only the parts of the walls and some corrugated sheets were remaining by 2012.
Weebeddegedara Kandura Ella is another obscure small waterfall not known beyond the villagers. One needs to proceed toward Kalugahakadura from Meegahakivula and reach the board saying “Kalugahakadura Saranapala Maha vidayalaya” take the road to the school and you will reach this cascade.
Close the road between Oyamaduwa and Tanthirimale lies the Navodagama Archaeology Site which consist of granite base pillars of a Tampita Vihara ( a temple on pillars) and remains of a ancient stupa and other ruins.
Adi Hate Wala Ella Waterfall is another relatively unknown waterfall hidden deep inside the jungles off Pasara. The base pool of this waterfall is better known by the people in the area as Adi Hate Wala (the 60 feet waterhole) which is said to be about 60 feet deep.
The Mini World’s end in Madulsima is located at the end of the lush tea Plantation Roeberry Estate.