Pictures from waterfalls in the hill country in Sri Lanka: St. Clair's Falls, Devon Falls, Ramboda Falls, and Mohini Ella waterfall.
St. Clair's Falls in the hill country in Sri Lanka.
St. Clair's Falls is one the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka. In fact, it is a double cascade: the upper Mahal Ella is a 80m (262 ft) high waterfall while the lower Kuda Ella is 50m (164 ft) high. St. Clair's Falls is located 3 km west of the town of Talawakele in Nuwara Eliya District. The Upper Kotmale Dam, a large hydroelectric dam, is currently under construction in the area. Both the waterfall and the hydroelelectric dam can be seen from the road to Hatton. A footpath to the falls starts from A7.
Devon Falls in the hill country in Sri Lanka.
Devon Falls is a 97 m (318 ft) high waterfall. It is located in the surroundings of the St. Clair Castle, a tea factory and museum in Talawakele (Nuwara Eliya District). Both the waterfall and the castle can be seen from the road to Hatton.
Ramboda Falls in the hill country in Sri Lanka.
Ramboda Falls is a 109 m (358 ft) high waterfall situated in Pussellawa, 45 km south of Kandy, near the A5 highway to Nuwara Eliya.
Mohini Ella waterfall in the surroundings of Adam's peak (Dalhousie).
Mohini Ella Waterfall is 20m (66ft) high. This small waterfall is located just along the road from Maskelliya to Dalhousie (Adam's peak) in the hill country in Sri Lanka.
The tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka, Bambarakanda Falls, is 263 m (863 ft) high. It is located in Kalupahana, about 11 km away from Belihul Oya (Badulla district).