Sri Lanka is home to a fair share of waterfalls which at the end of the day join the vast Indian Ocean. Amongst those, the Ramboda Falls will certainly catch your eyes due to its spellbinding beauty.
Also known as ‘Puna Ella’, the beautiful Ramboda Falls is Sri Lanka’s 11th highest waterfall located in Pussellawa. This waterfall has gained extra popularity for its unique ‘Y’ shape enabling two waterfalls with two different water sources to merge at the bottom. An extra grace is added to the waterfall through the Puna Oya and Pundalu Oya.
The waterfall comprises 3 main sections. If you wish to enjoy a better view of the middle section surrounded by lush green surroundings, you can take the A5 highway, just above the bridge. Take the pathway just before the bridge to climb the summit of the waterfall. The journey is a bit arduous, but you’ll be compensated with the breathtakingly beautiful view!
Before commencing your journeys in this part of the country, do take note of the available accommodation facilities. Amongst the hotels in Dambulla, the likes of Oak Ray Tea Bush Ramboda will come across as an excellent venue from where holidaymakers like you can map out an escape to witness the beauty of this amazing waterfall.
What to gain
Not located on the beaten path, this cascade is noted for its bio-diverse surroundings and is a favourite amongst nature lovers. The experience will be one of wonder for all nature lovers, do take along the cameras, but moreover get ready to enjoy nature in all its pristine beauty.
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