Wee Oya Ella Falls (වී ඔය ඇලි)

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Height :20 meters
District :Kegalle

The road which leads Nawalapitiya from Yatiyanthota through Seepoth is packed with several small and medium-sized waterfalls. Wee Oya Ella waterfalls are two falls plunging into the same stream in the Bombepola Forest North of Weeoya Estate. This waterfall can be seen in the thick jungle from the road from Yatiyanthota to Pahala (lower) Palanpitiya.

The two Wee Oya (we oya) waterfalls are 20m high and fall onto a shallow pool. This steam then joins the Wee Oya which in turn joins Kelani River.

The list of waterfalls lying on the Yatiyanthota – Seepoth road is as follows

  1. Wee Oya Ella Falls
  2. Malalpola Ella Falls
  3. Kitul Ella Falls
  4. Punugala Ella Falls
  5. Gorok Ella Falls
  6. Katuwel Ella Falls
  7. Olu Ella Falls

In addition, there are several waterfalls without names on this route.

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Travel Directions to Wee Oya Ella Falls

Route from Kegalle to Wee Oya Ella Route from Avissawella to Wee Oya Ella
Through : Moronthota – Alawatura – Bulathkohupitiya – Parussella
Distance : 38 km
Travel time : 1 hours
Driving directions : see on google map
Through : Dehiowita – Karawanella – Yatiyantota – Punugala – Amanwala
Distance : 27 km
Travel time : 45 minutes
Driving directions : see on google map

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