Tag: Rakwana

Handapan Ella Falls – හඳපාන් ඇල්ල

cascades at verious levels of the Handapan Falls

Height : 23 meters District : Ratnapura The Handapan Ella Falls (23m in height), springs from the 1230m-high Handapan Ella Valley and is the starting point of the Rakwana River.  A group of aquifers is also formed here. The northern slope

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Galdola Ella Falls in Rakwana – ගල්දොල ඇල්ල

Galdola Ella Falls can be properly only seen from the Rakwana Town or Just passing the Rakwana

Height : 100 meters District : Ratnapura The Galdola Ella fall originates from a tributary of the Rakwana River, which flows down the eastern slope of Suriyakanda Mountain, in the Sinharaja forest reserve. The water courses over rock-strewn terrain and

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Arawakumbura Dunhinda Ella Fall – අරවක්කුඹුර දුන්හිඳ ඇල්ල

Arawakumbura Dunhinda Ella

Height : 45 meters District : Badulla The 45m tall Arawakumbura Dunhinda Ella falls full even during the dry season and derives its name from the famous Dunhinda Falls where the spray forms a mist. The source of the fall

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Arambe Ella Falls – අරඹේ ඇල්ල

Arambe Ella Falls

The 54m tall Arambe Ella Fall’s name originates from the ‘arama’ through which it flows – an area of jungle rich in resources such as food, wood, water and medicinal plants, traditionally utilised by hill country farmers.

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Sinharaja Rain Forest (Biosphere Reserve) – සිංහරාජ ජෛවගෝල රක්‍ෂිතය

Ferns in Sinharaja Rain Forest

Spreading over the districts of Ratnapura, Galle and Matara, Sinharaja, our great tropical rain forest, by all accounts is a vast repository of national wealth.

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