Morning we visited Raxagala in Dolosbage range. Many waterfalls formed from the natural springs in Dolosbage range. Afternoon after the rewarding Raxshagala hike we planned to visit the legendary Asupini Ella. It was in my to do list for a long time and have seen the waterfall from a distance when we did Scenic Bathalegala Hiking Experience.Read more
After admiring the small but stunning beauty of Surathali Ella we continued our journey towards Haputhale. The sky was cloudy and while we were climbing Haputhale Mountain, mist came from nowhere and felt we were in a movie. Though we enjoyed it gave a hard time to the driver. Anyway after reaching Haputhale we took Haputhale – Boralanda route to reach Walimada. The road was in average condition and easily can be managed using a car.Read more
Although its the rainy season, the area was dried and all the water sources are taking their last breath. The first glimpse of the was fall after a long day hiking Namunukula four peaks and with limited water sources gave us hope and a exciting feeling. We saw the fall when we were returning to our accommodation and the moment we first saw it we knew it was special.Read more
How many initials do you have? If you have to answer the same, what would be it? Two, there or some times four would be the answer. Isn’t so? This story is dedicated to a special character; that had nine initials for his name.Read more
Kithulgala is a small town located within 3 hours drive from Colombo. It is famous among travelers in several ways. Being a very popular natural river-bathing place with crystal clear river water, being the most suitable place for white water rafting in Sri Lanka, being a film location for award wining movies, being a place providing evidence in evolution of modern human (Beli lena), having a popular colonial type rest house (Govt. rest house) are some of them.
Bambarakanda Falls (also known as Bambarakele Falls) is the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. With a height of 263 m (863 ft), it ranks as the 299th highest waterfall in the world. Situated in Kalupahana in the Badulla District, this waterfall is directly visible from the A4 Highway. The waterfall was formed by Kuda Oya, which is a branch of the Walawe River.Read more