This impressive 100m-high Dunsinane falls (Pundalu Oya Ella) cascades in a spectacular sequence of steps before flowing to the Pundalu Oya (river), the Kotmale River and finally the Kotmale Reservoir.
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).
The undocumented Mulgama Seethagangula Ella waterfall lies in the village of Mulgama just before Nallathanniya where the Sri Pada foot path starts. Hidden by foliage, there are 2 waterfalls within a close distance in the Seethagangula Steam about 800 meters before it falls on to the Maskeliya Reservoir.
Driving past the picturesque road to Horton Plains from Nuwara Eliya, just has you pass Kande Ela reservoir you will come across the Kande Ela Forest Park (aka Kande Ela Forest Garden), an forested area developed for education purposes by the Department of Forest Conservation.
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.