The Ramboda Ella (Puna Ella) double fall is unique in the ‘Y’ form where two waterfalls with two water sources merge in to one at the bottom. The water in the fall on the left is from the Puna Oya,
Horton Plains National Park lies 2000 meters above seat level among the second and third tallest mountains in Sri Lanka – Kirigalpotta and Totapola.
Thotalagala Sumaithangi Stone lies on Haputale-Dambetanna Road in the village of Thotalagala. The structure lies right next to the road thus difficult to miss. However, there is no protection to this stone structure and may be partially covered by overgrowth on the sides of the road. There is an inscription in Tamil on one leg of the structure.
Singimale Sumaithangi Stone lies on an estate road next to a small chapel. The stone has an inscription in Tamil with what appears to be the number 1881 (need confirmation). This would have been used by carriers of tea leaves before the vehicles on these roads were introduced. The Chapel is a newly built building.
This undocumented Upper Elamulla Ella waterfall lies in Mandaramnuwara which can be reached from Padiyapelella, the road dotted with number of waterfalls. The fall is hidden from any access road and can be reached Elamulla Mini Hydro Power station and hiking up.
The very popular 129m high Laxapana Ella fall is thought to derive its name from the presence of iron ore (laksha) in the rocks over which the water flows. The fall was said to house a labyrinth of tunnels, one of which still exists.
Major Thomas William Rogers is a British man who is credited for killing highest number of elephants in Sri Lanka, over 1400 by some count and over 2000 by some count. As if cursed for this mighty slaughter, he was killed by lightning and this tombstone has too had been struck by lightning several times.
This large Kabaragala Ella waterfall lies inside the Kabaragala Estate off Elamulla in Mandaramnuwara. To reach the waterfall you need to hike for about 1 hour through the estate.
This undocumented Udawela Ella waterfall lies in Mandaramnuwara which can be reached from Padiyapelella, the road dotted with number of waterfalls. This small waterfall is hidden from view from the road.
NUWARA ELIYA, the picturesque Sri Lankan hill station known for its fine quality tea, has seen a growing traffic of visitors to what tourist brochures term “the only Seetha Amman temple in the world”.
About 1300 meters above the the main St. Clair’s fall and 800 meters after the newly built Upper Kothmale Dam is a second waterfall of 50 m in height called St. Clair’s Minor Falls (St. Clairs Kuda Ella).