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Kurundu Oya Falls

Padiyapelella, Padiyapelella, Hill Country, Sri Lanka.
Location : Padiyapelella
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At 189 metres, this is the second highest fall in Sri Lanka. From its source, the Kurundu River, the water cascades down into a deep ravine before joining the Mahaweli River.
Located in the Nuwara Eliya District, to reach the fall take the road from Nuwara Eliya to Kandapola. After 18 km the road winds past the Piduruthalagala ravine and the Coodoogala jungle. Continue for another 11 km until the Kurundu River and turn right by a stream. After two km, it is not possible to continue by vehicle; park and walk onwards, past the tea pickers. The fall is situated 100 metres further into the tea plantations.
Sri Lanka is blessed with many breathtakingly beautiful waterfalls and the largest number is located in the Ratnapura District, where there are over 100 waterfalls. Be sure to see some in the cool climes of Nuwara Eliya too, where the water crashing down in all its beauty is guaranteed to enthral.
Sri Lanka’s waterfalls have interesting names and stories behind them, which are mostly related to folklore and legends, which make for interesting bits of information.

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