Waterfalls in Sri Lanka are stunning
If you take a visit to the highlands, you can see most of the gorgeous waterfalls flowing down from Central province Sri Lanka. Among them, there are 14 famous waterfalls that you should not miss ever. you will have goosebumps from the top of your body within the first few seconds when you meet these glittering angels.
Nuwara Eliya's stunning Ramboda Falls cascade inspired the area's name. The height of Ramboda Falls is 109 meters (358 feet), making it the eleventh-tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka and the 729th-tallest waterfall in the world.
Its height is roughly 85 meters. The fact that it is a fragmented waterfall only to its attractiveness. It varies in width, contains both quiet and tumultuous sections, and is generally interesting.
Dunhinda is one of Sri Lanka's most well-known natural attractions. The structure is 64 meters in height. Located on the Badulu Oya, which empties into the Mahaweli River, is the picturesque Dunhinda Falls, which is only 5 kilometers from Badulla town.
Diyaluma Falls can be reached from Ella in about an hour. This multi-tiered waterfall, which stands at an impressive 220 meters in height and features natural pools at its peak, is Sri Lanka's second-highest in the country.
This waterfall named as "Devon Falls" after an early coffee planter who lived in the area. It stands at a lofty 97 meters in height.
The 'Little Niagara of Sri Lanka,' as it is colloquially known, is one of the widest waterfalls in Sri Lanka. It is one of the most picturesque waterfalls as it runs through green hills and lush tea estates
There are many of other stunning waterfalls in Sri Lanka to see during your vacation.