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Lower Ravana Ella (Bambaragama Ella Falls) – පහල රාවණා ඇල්ල (බඹරගම ඇල්ල)

Lower Ravana Ella (Bambaragama Ella Falls)

The Lower Ravana Ella or the Bamabaragama Falls is one of the most popular falls in the country. lying right on the middle of one of the most scenic and popular routes in the country this is one of the most visited waterfalls.

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Ravana Ella I (Upper Ravana Ella) – ඉහළ රාවණා ඇල්ල

Rawana Ella I (Upper Rawana Ella)

This is generally considered the real Ravana Ella Falls due the close proximity of the cave which is considered a place there Sita (in Ramayana) has hidden by the Lankan King Ravana for a while.

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Ranugalla Dunhinda Ella Falls – රනුගල්ල දුන්හිඳ ඇල්ල

Ranugalla Dunhinda Ella Falls

Height : 15 meters District : Badulla The 15m Ranugalla Dunhinda Ella Fall is situated on a downward slope off the highway from Passara to Buttala, near Ranugalla. The nearest town is Passara. Source : www.srilankanwaterfalls.net Also See Waterfalls of

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Peessa Ella Falls – පීස්ස ඇල්ල

Peessa Ella Falls

This 45m-high Peessa Ella Fall is enchanting and one of many in the Uva region created by the rains. Peessa Ella Fall is not widely known and is created from an aquifer at the peak of Lunugala Mountain.

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Kuda Dunhinda Ella Falls – කුඩා දුන්හිඳ ඇල්ල

Height : 6 meters District : Badulla Kuda Dunhinda Ella is the lower part of the popular Dunhinda Falls. You will pass this fall on the trek to the Dunhinda. This track doesn’t lead to this falls but a platform

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Dunhinda Ella (Bridal Falls) at Badulla – දුන්හිඳ ඇල්ල

Dunhinda Ella (Bridal Falls) in the dry season

Height : 63 meters District : Badulla Dunhinda is considered to be one of the most enchanting falls in Sri Lanka and is in close proximity to Badulla town. The water resembles a thin cloud as it cascades 63m downwards

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Dun Ella falls – දුන් ඇල්ල

Dun Ella in Ittithampala

Height : 125 meters District : Badulla 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

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Dehigala Ella Falls – දෙහිගල ඇල්ල

Dehigala Ella Falls

Height : 30 meters District : Badulla Dehigala Ella Falls is 30m in height and is located in the upper section of the Mahaweli River, called Sandapola. The nearest town is Bibile (Badulla District, Meegahakivula Divisional Secretariat). Take the Passara

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Aradunu Ella Falls – අරදුණු ඇල්ල

Aradunu Ella Falls

Height : 30 meters District : Badulla The 30m-high Aradunu Ella Falls is so named because of its bow shape. According to folklore, King Walagamba (an ancient ruler of Sri Lanka) took refuge from south Indian invaders inside a cave

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Wisari Ella Falls (Alikola Oya North Falls) / Alikola Oya South Falls – අලිකොල ඔය දියඇලි

Alikola Oya North Falls / Vishari (Wishari) Falls

The Wisari Ella (Wishari Ella), also known as the Alikola Oya North falls lies hidden deep inside the mountains of Uva. The 20m-high Alikola Oya waterfalls are formed by the Punagala and Alikola Rivers, which both flow from the Maha Kande Mountain’s eastern slope.

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Alakolagala Ella Falls – අලකොලගල ඇල්ල

Alakolagala Ella Falls

Height : 30 metres District : Badulla Such is the scale of this 30m fall, it can be seen from up to 3km away. The water collects to form a deep pool, significantly enhancing the beauty of the area that

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Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya at Badulla – මුතියංගන රජමහා විහාරය

Buddha Statues in the 'Meda Vihara Ge' - Mutiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya

Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viharaya lies in the middle of the busy city of Baddulla in the Uva province. The History of this temple goes back to the time of Buddha

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Dowa Raja Maha Viharaya – දෝව රජමහා විහාරය

Dowa Raja Maha Viharaya

Dowa Raja Maha Viharaya lies few kilometres away from the Bandarawela town on the Bandarawela – Badulla Road. This temple is thought to be done by King Walagamba in the in first century BC. This is one of the many temples built by the king while taking refuge in the Uva province after an Indian invasion.

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