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,
Palagolla Ella Fall is situated near Wedamulla village in the Palagolla area. Take the Kandy – Nuwara Eliya road, travelling past Sri Sudarshanaramaya and the 57th mile post.
The cascading water of the 30m Mohini Ella Falls is said to resemble the flowing locks of a woman. However, superstitious villagers avoid going near it after dark, fearing that a female devil by the name of Mohini (hence the fall’s name) inhabits the area.
The 45m Mapalalla Ella Fall (Katugashinna Ella) flows sluggishly until the eastern monsoon during December and March. An irrigation tank has been created, by damming the fall’s upper reaches.
The Glassaugh fall, 20m in height, is created near the railway crossing at Nanu Oya station. Nanu Oya station is on the left-hand side of the highway from Avissawella, through Hatton to Nuwara Eliya, in the Nuwara Eliya District, 6km from Nuwara Eliya.
The 23m high Galwala Ella Falls only flows during the rainy season and is one of several with origins in the Piduruthalagala mountain range (western slope). Split into three streams, the fall flows down a slight slope of granite.