St. Clair's Waterfall

Nestled along the picturesque Hatton – Talawakele road, St. Clair’s Waterfall beckons travelers with its natural grandeur, earning the moniker of the “Little Niagara of Sri Lanka.” As one of the country’s widest waterfalls, it captivates visitors with its breathtaking cascade, which meanders through verdant hills and lush tea estates.

The waterfall owes its name to the St. Clair Tea Estate, through which it gracefully flows, weaving its way amidst the sprawling tea plantations. This enchanting setting adds to the allure of St. Clair’s, making it not only a natural wonder but also a testament to Sri Lanka’s rich tea-growing heritage.

Amidst the tranquil beauty of the surrounding landscape, St. Clair’s Waterfall offers a serene retreat for nature enthusiasts and travelers alike. Whether marveling at its majestic flow from afar or venturing closer to feel its refreshing mist, a visit to St. Clair’s promises an unforgettable experience, where the beauty of Sri Lanka’s wilderness unfolds in all its splendor.