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Tour of Waterfalls

Number of Days : 2 nights / 3 days

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Tour Price : LKR 13,900 per person

Description : Tour Price: LKR 13,900 per person on sharing basis | Price includes: Accommodation on Bed & Breakfast Basis. Transport in A/C vehicle + services of a chauffeur/ guide. Sightseeing as per the itinerary | Price exclude: Cost of extra meals. Expenses of personal nature such as beverages, laundry, telephone, fax, email and internet charges, etc. Personal gratitude or tips

Day 01
  • Colombo / Belihul-Oya - 155 Km - 4 Hours

    *Leave “WTC” for Belihuloya via Ratnapura.
    *Stop for Breakfast (Own Arrangement).
    *Visit Dehena Ella Waterfall (Ratnapura).
    Dehena Ella Falls is an impressive 73m in height and its source is a small spring called Gaslabu Ella. The stream, known as Dehena Dola, flows from Perya Udagama on Dehena Mountain and cascades in twin chutes from the plain of Udaamunatenna. Afterwards the water flows via Pandola to the Bambarakotuwa River.
    *Visit Beruwatta Waterfall (Ratnapura).
    The 50m high Beruwatte Ella Falls, set amongst tea plantations and a plethora of mountainous flora and fauna, is formed by the convergence of several brooks originating on the Rakshagala Mountain. The cascading waters of the fall have been poetically likened to pure white cotton and a length of loosened hair, flowing from a fairy in the heavens, free for anyone to comb.
    *Visit Alupola ella (Ratnapura).
    This 68m Alupola Ella Falls derives its name from a nearby tea estate. It is served by a brook beginning at Kalugaldova on the southern slope of the Bathurugala Mountain (1047m). After being joined by numerous other small brooks, the water winds its way through the mountain jungles to Wewell Dola, where it forms the Walawe River. This is met by the Heendole stream before forming the elegant fall.
    *Stop for Lunch (Own Arrangement).
    *Arrive and Check in to Hotel.
    *Overnight stay at the Hotel in Belihuloya

Day 02
  • Sightseeing of waterefalls

    *Breakfast at hotel.
    *Leave for Surathalee Waterfall in Kalupahana.
    Surathali Ella Falls is 60m in height, 2m wide and made up of three segments. It is named after a film that was shot in the area. Originating from the Sri Pada Reserve’s Ellamana mountain range (948m), the fall is created by the Kadawath River, which flows along Sabaragamuwa Uva and later into the Weli River. It is bordered by an untouched wildlife sanctuary.
    *Proceed to Bambarakanda waterfall.
    Bambarakanda Falls (also known as Bambarakele Falls) is the tallestwaterfall in Sri Lanka. With a height of 263 m (863 ft), it ranks as the 299th highest waterfall in the world.[1] Situated in Kalupahana in the Badulla District, this waterfall is 5km away from the A4 Highway. The waterfall was formed byKuda Oya, which is a branch of the Walawe River. The Bambarakanda Falls can be found in a forest of pine trees.
    *Visit Diyaluma Ella waterfalls in Koslanda.
    At 171m, Diyaluma Ella Falls is the third highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The torrent of water cascades down to the Koslanda Plateau and during rain it is a spectacular sight. Sadly, this enchanting fall visible from the Koslanda highway may disappear due to frequent landslides. On one side of the fall the land is covered in deciduous plants. Wildlife found in the area include lizards.
    *Stop for Lunch.
    *Arrive and Check in to Hotel.
    *Overnight stay at hotel in Belihuloya

Day 03
  • Belihuloya/ Colombo

    *After breakfast at Hotel leave for Colombo.
    *Visit Doovili Ella Waterfalls at Kaltota (Balangoda).
    The Kalthota Doowili Ella is ensconced some three kilometers off Balangoda – Kalthota main road and is accessible through a tarred way running across thick jungle profusely scattered with some of the rarest trees and bushes endemic to Sri Lanka. Once you leave the main gate into the domain of wilderness cut across by the tarred road, you would find yourself marooned in an alien land with no sign whatsoever, of human settlement or sound except for the melancholic call of a peacock or the piercing screech of cicadas.
    *Enjoy Kirindi oya Ella water fall at Pelmadulla.
    The source of this breath-taking, 116m-high fall is the Kirindi Ella (stream), which flows from its starting point 940m up the Kuttapitiya Mountain. The stream travels 13km before the cascading point in the Kaluwaramukalana Jungle. It then flows via the Denawaka River to the Kaluganga River, located in the Bambarakotuwa Jungle. Local villagers say that there is a picture of a tortoise etched into stone here.
    *Lunch (Own Arrangement).
    *Visit Bopath Ella Waterfall at Kuruwita.
    The Bopath Falls cascades in the shape of a bo (Ficus religiosa) tree (hence its name) and is the most comprehensively studied fall in Sri Lanka. Its source is the Kurugana River that later joins the Kaluganga River at Kurugaomaodara.
    *Arrive at “WTC” in Colombo.

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