Located in the North-Central province of Sri Lanka, Habarana  is a popular spot for elephant watching. This is a stopping destination of the tourists who visit Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, and Sigiriya. Some other attractions in the area are Minneriya National park, Hiriwadunna lake, and Thimbirigaswewa lake. Thimbirigaswewa reservoir is populated with many birds and the […]

Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden

  Peradeniya botanical garden is one of the most beautiful places in the island where one can find a huge variety of flowers and plants in our spot. The history of the place dates back to the time of King Vikramabhahu III. The park was constructed as the first botanical garden in Sri Lanka during […]

Sera Ella Waterfall

  This is perhaps the most beautiful waterfall in Knuckles mountain range. When you go past Riverston along the Ratthota road from Matale, you will find the road to Sera Falls. It is located in Potthatawela village, and is of 30 feet high and 70 feet wide. The waterfall is created from Thelgamu river. There […]

Galboda Waterfall

  Another beautiful but lesser-known waterfall in Sri Lanka. The easiest access route to this waterfall is through the Udarata railways. You can reach the place by getting down from two railway stations (at Galaboda station) following Nawalapitiya railway station. Galaboda is famous for pure water even from ancient times. It is believed that during […]


  One of the most popular tourist attractions in Sri Lanka. Ella is located 200km away from Colombo in Badulla district of Uva province. One reach Ella through Ella-Wellawaya road or through Badulla-Bandarawela road. One might even get the feeling that he has reached a completely different country all together. While being a tourist attraction […]

Dooli Ella Waterfall

  The cold breeze that comes sweeping through the mountains is refreshing. From one side Singharaja forest stands in grandeur. Dooli Ella can be called as a princess kept hidden by the giant Singharaja. It is located in Neluwa division in Galle district. This could perhaps be the most picturesque waterfall in Singharaja. The waterfall […]


  Hatton, which is also commonly called as the Peace City, belongs to Nuwara Eliya district of the Central Province. This area is located on a plateau with beautiful scenery. It is known as the Hatton Plateau. Hatton is famous as an entrance city to Nuwara ELiya and Adam’s Peak. Devon and St. Claire waterfalls […]

Lover’s Leap Waterfall

  This beautiful waterfall is located 2km away from Nuwara ELiya along the Udupussellawa road. It is 30 meters and 9 feet high. There are fascinating stories woven around the name of the waterfall. One of them is that a prince who went hunting in this area have fallen in love with a woman from […]

Bambarakiri Ella Waterfall

  One of the most scenic attractions in the beautiful city of Matale. For those who are travelling to Wasgamuwa via Laggala, the easiest access route to the waterfall is the road that runs through Pallegama via Ratthota road in Matale. The waterfall is located 8km down that road. Once you reach this destination, you […]


  Haputale is a city with a mild weather all through the year. It is situated in Badulla district of Uva Province. Haputale is an ideal place for a relaxing vacation for it is surrounded with mountain ranges and tea estates. One can reach Haputale both via bus and train. However, the train journey is […]

Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve

  The resplendent Sinharaja Rain Forest is located in the wet zone of Sri Lanka, covering an area of 11,187 hectares over the districts of Galle, Matara, and Ratnapura. The rain forest is a real treat to the eyes of nature lovers. It is also significant in terms of environment, science, education, and aesthetics. This […]

St. Clairs Waterfall

  A beautiful waterfall in Nuwara Eliya district. Its height is around 80 meters and it originates from Kothmale river. Around the year 1835, there were coffee estates in the surrounding areas of the waterfall. A British coffee estate owner who lived in the area back then is believed to have named the waterfall in […]

Ravana Watrefall

  A beautiful waterfall located in Badulla district. Its height is about 49 meters. The waterfall originates from Ravana and BallaKatuwa rivers. It joins Uma oya which is a branch river of Mahaweliya river. It flows down in the shape of a helmalubima.

Ramboda Waterfall

  Another beautiful waterfall in picturesque Nuwara Eliya. It is 109 meters high. It is located in the village Ramboda which is 14 km away from Nuwara Eliya and 11 km from Pussellawa. It is believed that Prince Dutugemunu had lived as Guttha (taking a fake identity) in KotagePitiya, which is located in the area. […]

Nuwara Eliya

  Nuwara Eliya is one of the most popular regions in the island due to its cold weather and scenic beauty. The region is also commonly called as Little England. The tourists in cheerful moods add more elegance to the beauty of the area. There are several routes through which one can reach Nuwara Eliya. […]

Laxapana Waterfall

  Laxapana Falls, the picturesque waterfall that sprinkles itself down through rocks and mist, is the 8th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. It is 125m high and is located in Nuwara Eliya district, 122 km away from Colombo. Maskeliya river, which originates from Samanala Kanda and joins Kelani river, creates this waterfall. The name Maskeliya […]

Knuckles Mountain Range

  This mountain range can be considered as a national resource gifted by Nature. The mountain range borders across Kandy and Matale districts. While it is surrounded by Mahaweli river valley from its southern and eastern borders, Matale district covers its western border, separating the Knuckles Mountain Range from the Central Hills. One can reach […]

Horton Plains

  Horton Plains is the only place in Sri Lanka with an immense importance on several fronts: its natural beauty, environmental significance, geographical and biological significance. It is possible to claim that there is no other plateau in Sri Lanka which covers an area of 7,800 acres and is located 7,200 feet above sea level. […]

Diyaluma Waterfall

  One of the most popular waterfalls in Sri Lanka. Diyaluma Falls is situated in the picturesque district of Badulla. It is 170 meters high and is the third tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The waterfall is situated 13 km away from Wellawaya and 7 km away from Koslanda, and is located on the Balangoda […]

Duwili Ella Waterfall

  A waterfall bordering the districts of Ratnapura and Monaragala. Originating from Buluthota mountain range, Duwili Ella Falls eventually joins Walawe river. The waterfall is located 40 km away from Balangoda. The waterfall bears the meaning similar to “The Dust Fall” owing to the manner in which it flows down, like a rainfall of dust.

Dunhinda Waterfall

  Another beautiful waterfall in the district of Badulla in Uva Province. It is situated 4 km away from Badulla at Dunhida Bend. From there, 1 km into the wilderness is where you will find Dunhinda Falls. The waterfall is 63 meters high, and is originated from the rivers of Badulu, Uma, and Loggala, eventually […]

Devon Waterfall

  Devon Falls is another beautiful waterfall in Nuwara Eliya district. Kothmala river, one of the uppermost branches of the river Mahaweli which joins the main river from Hapugasthenna, Nawalapitiya, creates the fall. The waterfall is situated near the Devon Estate, a coffee plantation, which was initiated by friend (from Devon shire) of the English […]

Bopath Ella Waterfall

  Located in Ratnapura district, Bopath Ella tops a height of about 30 meters. The name Bopath Ella bears a meaning similar to ‘the waterfall with the shape of a Bo leave’. The name derives from the shape of the waterfall which resembles a Bo leave when looked from afar. Bopath Ella originates from Kuru […]

Bambarakanda Waterfall

  Bambarakanda fall is the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka, with its height being 265 meters. It is situated in Nuwara Eliya district. The waterfall is located 26 km from Balangoda and 28 km from Belihul Oya into the wilderness. It flows in the midst of the two mountains of Bambaragala and Welihengala which are […]

Adam’s Peak

  Located 140 km away from Colombo, and 7860 feet above sea level, Adam’s Peak is a masterpiece of nature with a mild climate complimented by beautiful mountain ranges and breath-taking waterfalls. Home to a large variety of wild animals and a number one tourist attraction and a place of worship in the paradise island […]

Baker’s Waterfall

  Located in the picturesque Nuwara Eliya district, Baker’s Fall is a waterfall of around 20 meters in height. This is a main tourist attraction in the area. Baker’s Fall derives from a branch of Belihul Oya which originates from Horton Plains. It is believed that an Englishman named Samuel Baker who conducted a large […]