Thini Oya Ella Falls (Biso Ella, Besam Ella) (තිනි ඔය ඇල්ල, බිසෝ ඇල්ල, බේසම් ඇල්ල)

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Height :45 metres
District :Ratnapura

The stream originates from the Burangamuwa Forest Reserve and flows to the Thini River. Three beautiful pools form at the top of the rock before the water cascades down over two rock ledges, creating the 45m-high Thini Oya Ella Fall. The river continues to the Hirigadu River and then the Walawe River. Formerly called Biso Falls, today it is also known as Besam Falls.

The three pools above the waterfall are known as “Walawal Thuna” or the “three pools”.

From Balangoda, take the Bogawanthalawa Road. Pass Pinnawala and Maratenna and then take the road to Pudukatuwa. From Pudukatuwa, take the road to Galgeyamada. From there you may need the assistance of a local guide to get through to the waterfall.

Alternate names : Walawal Thuna Ella, Besam Ella, Besam Thuna Ella, Biso Ella, Thini Oya Ella

References

  1. Lanka Council On Waterfalls. (n.d.). Lanka Council On Waterfalls. http://www.srilankanwaterfalls.net/

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Travel Directions to Thini Oya Ella Falls (Biso Ella, Besam Ella)

Route from Colombo to Thini Oya Ella Route from Balangoda to Thini Oya Ella
Through : low level road – Avissawella – Ratnapura – Balangoda
Distance : 160 km
Travel time : 4 hours
Driving directions : see on google map
Through : Bogawantalawa Road
Distance : 20 km
Travel time : 45 minutes

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