Located in the Badulla District of the Uva Province in Sri lanka. Is about 967 meters high. Bambaragala plains(Pathana) is a magnificent environment system in Badulla, Sri Lanka, located at the eastern extremity of the highlands. You may explore this unique biological system and lovely scenery while watching the dawn. It is about 19 km from Ella town towards Namunukula road. A wonderful tourist location that you should add to your list of places to visit. This location is also suitable for camping, although bear in mind that leach protection may be necessary.
(Sri Lanka's tallest waterfall) Also known as Bambarakele Falls, is the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. With a height of 263 m (863 ft), it ranks as the 461st highest waterfall in the world. Situated in Kalupahana in the Badulla District, this waterfall is 5 km away from the A4 Highway. The waterfall was formed by Kuda Oya, which is a tributary of the Walawe River. The Bambarakanda Falls can be found in a forest of pine trees.
Is 220 m (720 ft) high and the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 361st highest waterfall in the world. It is situated 6 km (3.7 mi) away from Koslanda in Badulla District on Colombo-Badulla highway. The Falls are formed by Punagala Oya, a tributary of Kuda Oya which in turn, is a tributary of Kirindi Oya.
Dunhinda Falls is a waterfall located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from Badulla in the lower central hills of Sri Lanka. The waterfall, which is 64 metres (210 ft) high, gets its name from the smoky dew drops spray, (Dun in sinhala means mist or smoke) which surrounds the area at the foot of the waterfall. The fall is created by the Badulu Oya which flows through Badulla.
Buddhists believe that this site has been visited by Gautama Buddha, and it is regarded as one of the Solosmasthana, the 16 sacred places in the country. On the 8th year after attaining the Enlightenment, the Buddha made his 3rd visit to Kelaniya on the invitation by a king of Naga people named Maniakkitha. During this visit, a local chieftain named Indaka invited Buddha to visit his place in Badulla.King Devanampiya Tissa (307 - 266 BC) further developed the original stupa and turned the site into a temple complex.
Rakkhiththa kanda is an archeological site in the Badulla district of Ella. (near the Uma oya project location and Rawana waterfall),The wonder is that the Chaitiya and Buddha are covered by a single mountain that resembles a cobra spreading its hood, and there was a little waterfall adjacent to the meditation area. Under this Umbrella Rock, disconnect from the outside world. One of the best places to visit and there are plenty of monkeys around. It is a must see, and the walk up is great exercise as well. No entry fee is there. Buddhist site still in activity, with a temple stuck in a granite chaos (the troglodyte temple would have been created 2200 years ago), decorated with religious paintings.
Ella Wala Falls is a lovely waterfall located on the Ella-Wellawaya Road. The waterfall is accessible via the road in front of the old temple of Rathmal Vehera. The height is around 4-5 m. Many local and foreign tourists visit Ellewala Waterfall. Many people would consider the Ellewala Waterfall to be a natural bath. This is an amazing natural pool. Even little children may play in the water without worry.
Peessa is a lesser-known waterfall in the area. The waterfall is roughly 45 meters high and nestled in the bush,
yet it can be viewed from the Peessa town and its school. The water stream originates in the Lunugala mountain
range and remains healthy even during a drought. It is used to irrigate the plantations of adjacent settlements.
It also has a small hydraulic power station.
The cave behind this waterfall is a significant feature. The waterfall has hidden the cave's entrance. However, that cave is accessible through a footpath along the edge of a waterfall. According to legend, King Walagamba utilized it as a safe haven. The stairs on that footpath were constructed with huge stone blocks. The locals think it was done by giants from the Anuradhapura period.
The Bomburu Waterfall is Sri Lanka's largest waterfall. This is also referred to as "Perawalla Falls."
This Waterfall stands 50 meters tall. It is made up of a series of ten tiny waterfalls. The waterfall's source
is a lake in Sri Lanka's central highlands.
Bomburu Waterfall is a spectacular waterfall located in Perawella, on the boundary of Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts. To get to Bomburu Waterfall, use the Welimada-Pusselawa route, exit at Ambagasdova Junction, and then take the Pewella Bus Route. This stream of water creates eight waterfalls known as the Upper Bomburu Falls above Bomburu Waterfall. The water from Boburu Falls is utilized for agriculture in those areas, as well as to create energy.
To reach the falls, you must walk a short distance from the halting spot. The voyage is not tough. The water that runs through the stream flows like a little stream from the road's soil, and the crops on both sides of the road thrive. Often seen on potato crops The people who work on the estates help you find your way to the falls.