Ramboda Falls

Tucked away in the picturesque Pussellawa area of Sri Lanka, Ramboda Falls stands as a majestic natural wonder, captivating visitors with its awe-inspiring beauty. Soaring to a height of 109 meters, it ranks among the tallest waterfalls in Sri Lanka and the world, earning its place as a must-see attraction for nature enthusiasts and travelers alike.

Fed by the pristine waters of the Panna Oya, a tributary of the Kothmale Oya, Ramboda Falls cascades gracefully down the rugged terrain, creating a mesmerizing spectacle of cascading water and mist. Its thunderous roar echoes through the surrounding landscape, adding to the allure of this breathtaking cascade.

Perched along the scenic A5 highway at Ramboda Pass, the waterfall offers a serene retreat amidst the verdant hills and lush forests of Sri Lanka’s Central Highlands. Visitors can marvel at the sheer power and beauty of nature as they witness the cascading waters plunge into the crystal-clear pool below.

Whether admiring the waterfall from a distance or venturing closer to feel its refreshing spray, a visit to Ramboda Falls promises an unforgettable experience, immersing travelers in the unparalleled beauty of Sri Lanka’s natural landscapes.