The ancient Bo Tree at Godakawela Malwessa Vehera Rajamaha Viharaya is believed to be one of the Dethis Pala Bodhi of the Sri Maja Bodhi in Anuradhapura. The Bodhi has four main branches. From ancient times, it is believed that the branch on the Northern side is the original Dethis Pala Bodhi as the annual falling of leaves on this branch is in sync with the Sri Maha Bodhi of Anuradhapura.
Dumbara Kaluwala Ella Waterfall (Dumbara Estate Ella) is small waterfall which lies hidden inside the forests between Mathugama and Idangoda in the Ratnapura District in Sabaragamuwa Province.
Sannasi Ella Waterfall is located in the village of Wewalwatta in Ratnapura district. It is one of the few unique waterfalls in Sri Lanka where water falls over a protruding rock creating a natural cave behind the fall. Some of other such waterfalls are Knuckles Doowili Ella, Sera Ella and Pareiyan Ella.
The Magnificent Manan Ella is located in the village of Ihalakanda in Ellawala of Eheliyagoda PS division in Rathnapura district. The waterfall is approx 40 meter in height and known for a good flow of water even during the dry season. However its best during the rainy season and said to as spectacular as the Bomburu Ella waterfall during high flow.
Walking in to this forested area of Panamure Ambagaha Vehera Archaeological Site, you will find barely visible signs of a large stupa on a hill now destroyed. Completely covered by the forest, only the exposed bricks on some parts tell you that this is not just a overgrown mound of earth.
Uran Wetuna Ella fall a staggering 108m high. The name of the fall derives from the numerous wild boar found in the vicinity that come to drink here and often get swept away by the rushing water.
Kuragala is a vast Buddhist monastery complex 18 km’s off Balangoda on the Kaltota road. This complex covers number of rock outcrops which is collectively known as Kuragala.
The rather unknown Hathbamba Ella waterfall lies hidden by the trees unseen from the main road. Although unknown to the general public, this is a popular bathing place for the surrounding villagers.
According to legend the history of the Bolthumbe Saman Devalaya goes as far as Ravana Era. Even today, a prominent place is given to King Ravana in all its activities.
Asia’s first rehabilitation center for elephants. Established in 1995 by the Wild life Conservation Department the center lies on a 200 acre land on the western boarder of the Udawalawe National Park. with the Udawalawe Reservoir as the south boarder.
Muwan Wetuna Ella Falls lies in the Ratnapura District close to the 108 meter high Uran Wetuna Falls. The fall flows from the Mirishena Jungle and can be found on the slopes of Pettiyagala Mountain
Belanbandi Palassa is one of the most important Mesolithic sites in Sri Lanka and has yielded a valuable collection of human skeletal remains popularly known as Balangoda Man. The site, discovered by Arthur Delgoda of Morahala, was excavated over several seasons in the late 1950s and early 1960s by P.E.P. Deraniyagala, yielding thirteen flexed human burials and a large collection of faunal remains and stone artefacts that provided the foundation for comparative assessment of ethnic origins.