Experience Nature's Spectacle

Discover Majestic Waterfalls

Embark on a journey to explore Sri Lanka’s stunning waterfalls, where cascading waters, lush greenery, and serene landscapes create a mesmerizing spectacle. Immerse yourself in the beauty of these natural wonders and uncover the secrets of nature’s wilderness.

Aberdeen Falls

Aberdeen Falls, near Ginigathena, stands at 98 meters, named after Aberdeen city in Scotland. It cascades down the Kehelgamu Oya, a tributary of the Kelani River.

Asupini Ella Falls

Asupini Ella, nestled in Rakshawa, Aranayaka, is named after an ancient fairytale. This picturesque waterfall graces Ganga Ihala Koralaya, offering a tranquil escape.

Baker's Falls

Baker’s Falls, found in Horton Plains National Park, descends 20 meters. Named after British explorer Baker, it enchants visitors with its serene beauty amid lush surroundings.

Bambarakanda Falls

Bambarakanda Falls, Sri Lanka’s tallest at 263 meters, captivates with its majestic presence in Kalupahana. Formed by the Kuda Oya, it stands as a natural wonder.

Bomburu Ella Falls

Bomburu Ella Falls, also known as Perawella Falls, boasts a width of 50 meters. Located in Sita Eliya Kandapola forest reserve, this breathtaking waterfall spans Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts.

Bopath Ella Falls

Bopath Ella Falls, shaped like a sacred fig leaf, graces Ratnapura District. Legend says it’s haunted, adding mystique to its allure as a popular tourist spot.

Devon Falls

Devon Falls, known as the ‘Veil of the Valley,’ cascades 97 meters near Talawakele. Named after English planter Devon, it enchants with its picturesque setting.

Diyaluma Falls

Diyaluma Falls, Sri Lanka’s second tallest at 220 meters, offers a mesmerizing sight near Koslanda. Fed by the Punagala Oya, it’s a must-visit on the Colombo-Badulla highway.

Dunhinda Falls

Dunhinda Falls, standing 64 meters tall near Badulla, evokes wonder with its misty spray. Created by the Badulu Oya, it’s surrounded by scenic beauty in the lower central hills.

Dunsinane Falls

Dunsinane Falls, also known as Pundalu Oya Falls, cascades gracefully in Nuwara Eliya. Ranking as Sri Lanka’s 15th tallest at 100 meters, it joins the Pundalu Oya river in a series of cascading steps.

Duvili Ella Falls

Duvili Ella Falls, also known as Walawe Ganga East Falls, cascades 40 meters in Ratnapura District. Found in Thanjantenna village near Balangoda, it offers a serene retreat.

Gartmore Falls

Gartmore Falls, nestled near Maskeliya Reservoir, offers two captivating sights. Upper Gartmore Falls features a natural infinity pool, while Lower Gartmore Falls flows gracefully into the reservoir.

Puna Ella Falls

Puna Ella Falls, nestled in the Central Highlands, showcases a unique ‘Y’ shape. This stunning waterfall is a natural wonder that entices with its unusual formation and picturesque surroundings.

Ramboda Falls

Ramboda Falls, standing 109 meters tall near Pussellawa, mesmerizes with its grandeur. Fed by the Panna Oya, it’s a breathtaking sight along the A5 highway at Ramboda Pass.

Rathna Ella Falls

Rathna Ella, nestled in Hasalaka, ranks as Sri Lanka’s 9th tallest waterfall at 101 meters. Springing from the Knuckles mountain range, it sustains local irrigation and paddy cultivation.

Ravana Falls

Ravana Falls, named after the legendary character from the Ramayana, graces the wilderness near Ella. Its caves, believed to hide Princess Sita, add intrigue to its natural beauty.

St. Clair's Waterfall

St. Clair’s Waterfall, often called the “Little Niagra of Sri Lanka,” showcases picturesque beauty near Hatton. Running through green hills and lush tea estates, it’s a serene retreat for nature lovers.

Laxapana Falls

Laxapana Falls, the 8th highest in Sri Lanka at 126 meters, stands majestically in Maskeliya, Nuwara Eliya District. Its stunning beauty at the end of a rugged road reminds us that challenging paths often lead to breathtaking destinations.

Lovers Leap Falls

Lovers Leap, a 100-foot waterfall from Sri Lanka’s highest peak, Pidurutalagala, visible from Nuwara Eliya. Legend tells of a forbidden love, where a prince and a local girl jumped to their deaths. The viewpoint offers a stunning coastal panorama.

Olu Ella Falls​

Olu Ella, nestled in Malalpola village near Yatiyantota, graces the landscape with its cascades. Though locals may overlook it, travelers cherish its beauty. Crossing the wooden bridge beneath offers a refreshing encounter with nature’s spray.