Flowing over a smooth rock surface, the source of the 30m Rikilla Ella Fall is the stream flowing from the northern side of the Hunusahaldeniya mountain range (600m).
The amazing shrub jungle that forms the backdrop to this 37m-high Puwakmal Ella (Seetha Oya Ella) fall is worthy of note. From Puwakmal Falls, it is also possible to see Ellapita Falls.
The source of this 60m-high Mannakethi Ella Fall is the Girankitha Oya Reservoir, that is served in turn by the western slopes of the Unagula Mountain. Later, the Mannaketi Falls flows into the Kelani River that enters the Indian Ocean in Colombo North.
Height : 75 meters District : Ratnapura The 75m Mala Falls is 20km from Embilipitiya (a town south of Ratnapura), off the Emilipitiya – Suriyakanda road in the Mavanwela area. Primary Source : www.srilankanwaterfalls.net Marker on the Google Map below points to approximate location. See directions above. Map of Mala Ella Falls Travel Directions to…
The Goxin Falls gets its name from a British planter, Goxin, said to have been adept at aquatic sports. The waterfall is 50m in height and up to 50m wide during the rainy season.
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.
Dotulu Ella Fall is the first waterfall in the Eli Hatha Waterfall Chain. The second fall is called Ran Dotulu Ella. The balance 5 waterfalls are called respectively by their number. This chain of waterfalls is created by a series of drops in the Naya Ganga (river) in the western side of the Sri Pada Reserve.