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This famous cascade is located deep in the rural Ginigathhena area. The trailhead starts at a small village called Ella-Uda, Dehigastenna; some 06 km from Ginigathhena town. The road is pretty narrow but carpeted. Go until the road finishes and proceed by foot on a...More
In the summer of 2018 we (Dutch familie of 4, kids 13 and 18) travelled to discover the beauties of Sri Lanka.
We were on a trip southwest of Kandy and we wanted to raft (sonwe did) and wanted tonswim under a waterfall (eveny only...More
Great waterfall situated in an unfrequented place by tourists and definitely worth seeing. It is a long way down to the bottom and a most difficult one back to the top. You must be in fit condition to do it. Better to have some local...More
We were visiting Adams peak and kithulgala water rafting during our holiday. On the way from colombo to kithulgala on the a7 road we saw some signage for Aberdeen falls,so checked it out.
To get to the waterfall we continued via a7 towards hatton till...More
It is well worth the trip to this awesome waterfall. While it is a bit off the track both the hike and the waterfall at the end is well worth the detour.
The walk to the fall after parking your car is about 15 minutes...More
it was a wonderful hiking expereince. bdw bewre of leaches and other insects.
on the time period the road is under construction. if your goin on a private car, i would recomend its advisable to pay some extra and hire a tuk tuk.
We stumbled upon to this place via our private car and drove through a remote village for 2km and had to walk another 500 m in the jungle. this walk was worth it because the experience was amazing! water falls 15 feet away from you...More