Ethimale Wewa Reservoir in Monaragala District

Ancient Reservoirs of Ethimale, Kotiyagala and Panama

Wila Oya that commences its journey from the Helabada-Bowitiya mountain range in Moneragala joins the eastern sea at Panama in Ampara District. Wila Oya catchment gets its importance because its development history dates back to Dutugemunu era. Major irrigations schemes that are currently in operation in the Wila Oya catchment are Ethimale Wewa, Kotiyagala Wewa and Panama Wewa reservoirs.

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Mulatiyana Kak Ella Waterfall - මුලටියන කාක් ඇල්ල

Mulatiyana Kak Ella Waterfall hidden in the Maha Dola Forest Reservation (මහදොල රක්‍ෂිතයේ සැඟවුණු මුලටියන කාක් ඇල්ල)

Kak Ella (Kaak Ella) is a small and beautiful waterfall lying in Mulatiyana Divisional Secretariat of Matara District in the village of Gammedagama. This rather unknown waterfall hidden in patch of forested area has become a recent attraction to the local as well as foreign tourists.

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Beragala Chandani Ella Waterfall - බෙරගල චාන්දනී ඇල්ල

Beragala Chandani Ella Waterfall (බෙරගල චාන්දනී ඇල්ල)

Chandani Ella is a small but beautiful waterfall lying in Bathgoda the Badulla District close to the Beragala town. Although this lies very close to Beragala, this is rather unknown little jewel as there is no proper road or path to waterfall. This is also not visible to the main routes and you need to travel on byroads to get a glimpse of the Chandani Ella Waterfall.

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Habessa Ruins destroyed by vandals in search of treasures before restoration

Habessa (Hebessa) Ruins (හබැස්ස බොදු නටබුන්)

Habessa (Hebessa) Ruin are in an ancient temple complex in Koonketiya GS division, Buttala Divisional Secretariat in Monaragala District of Uva Province. The ruins lie deep in the jungle bordering the Yala National Park on a rock plain about 10m in height known as Habessa Ruins. Among these ruins are an ancient inscription and a cave with a large reclining Buddha statue with murals painted on the walls.

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