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.
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.
Height : 20 meters (approx) District : Badulla Ellatota Ella (Ellathota Ella) is waterfall unknown to many lying close the the city of Bandarawela. This is rarely visited by a casual traveler. The waterfall lies just beneath the Ellatota Bridge…
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.
Horton Plains National Park lies 2000 meters above seat level among the second and third tallest mountains in Sri Lanka – Kirigalpotta and Totapola.
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 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.