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Bopath ella
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Bopath Ella

Bopath Ella is located in the village of Agalwatta in the Ratnapura District of Sri Lanka. The waterfall is named as Bopath Ella, because it flows in the form of a bay leaf during well watering. The first waterfall, which falls through a narrow opening, then expands and resembles the shape of a bowl. Bopath ella can access from two …

Rawana Falls
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Rawana Ella

Rawana Ella is located in the Uva Province, in the central climate zone, approximately 220 km away from Colombo. Viewed from the foot of the falls, the waterfalls from two tops of the hill and disappears simultaneously with three main layers of water. Since then, the height of the Ravana Falls has been estimated as 25 m (82 ft), which …

Vilpattu National Park
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Wilpattu National Park

Wilpattu National park covers 131,000 hectares and belongs to the Anuradhapura, Mannar and Puttalam districts. There are thick thorns and whistles throughout the Wilpattu area which is why the population of elephants is limited to a part of Wilpattu. Wilpattu is known for being the home of leopards and bears. Deer, ants, crocodiles, peacocks, foxes and many other species of …

Sinharaja Forest
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Sinharaja Rain Forest

Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve is a national park spread over 11250 hectares in the range of 300-1170 m in the Rakwana range in the southwest of the central hills of Sri Lanka. It has received international attention and has been designated by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site. Part of Sri Lanka’s Low Rainforest Eco Zone, …

Saman devalaya
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Saman Devalaya

Sabaragamuwa Maha Saman Devalaya is situated on a high ground near the Kalu River on the left side of the main road, three kilometers from Ratnapura on the Ratnapura-Panadura main road. The shrine was built by King Aryakamadeva on the orders of King Parakumba II of the Dambadeni era. The Saman Devala, which was renovated during the reigns of Sri …

Aluvihare
Ancient

Aluviharaya

Matale Aluvihara, located in Gampaha District, Matale District in the Central Province is a very important place of religious, cultural, historical and archaeological importance. During the reign of King Walagamba in the 1st century BC, the Tripitaka Buddhism became the pinnacle of the Buddhist world. The archeological value of Aluvihara has been found in historical texts such as the Dipavamsa, …

Wasgamuwa National Park
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Wasgamuwa National Park

Wasgamuwa National Park is famous for being the tallest elephant reserve in Sri Lanka. It covers an area of ​​about 400,000 hectares. The prosperity of the pre-king days tells us about the tanks spreading throughout the forest. This area has since become a habitat for wild animals. Declared as a Reserve in 1937, this site was declared a National Park …

Riverston
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Riverston

The eastern face of the Knuckles Range, north of the Central Highlands, a unique mountain range in Sri Lanka, is fed by the Northeast Monsoon. Its western face is fed by the southwest monsoon. Anyone visiting this area can enjoy the experience. This is because the Rattota area is characterized by a typical mountainous wetland and the Riverstown area is …

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