Travel Water Falls 

Thudugala Falls

Tudugala Falls is located in the Kalutara District of Sri Lanka. Tudugala Falls is the closest waterfall to the Kalu Ganga among the waterfalls in the Kalutara District. Situated on a small hillock in the Tudugala Reserve, this waterfall is a must visit during the rainy season. The Tudugala Falls is rich in biodiversity. According to Environmentalists several endemic fish species as well as endemic species are found around this waterfall. The estate where the Tudugala waterfall is located is a British estate which used to belong to a British…

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හත්මාලේ ඇල්ල - Hathmale Ella Travel 

Hathmale Ella

Hatmale Falls is one of the most unique waterfalls in the country. Hatmale Falls in the Matara District is located in the beautiful village of Kolavenigama near Deniyaya. To get to Hatmale Falls you have to take a flight of steps down the road. The waterfall is 45 meters high and 10 meters wide and is formed by the river Ganga. Hatmale Falls is the tallest waterfall in the Ganges. Unlike other waterfalls, this waterfall cascades down, making the surroundings even more spectacular. The water of this waterfall gradually flows…

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Ethamala Falls - ඇතාමළ ඇල්ල Travel 

Athaa Mala Ella

Sri Lanka has one of the greatest cascade densities on the planet contrasted with Sri Lanka. The lovely Athamala Falls in the Matara District starts from the Nilwala River and is known as the main cascade in the Nilwala River. This is otherwise called Pahuruthota Falls. At a tallness of around 52 meters, this lovely cascade is a wonder of nature with the waters of the Nilwala River. This delightful cascade is anything but a decent spot to wash.  The closest town to the cascade is Pitabeddara. You can utilize…

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Mulkirigala Rock Temple - මුල්කිරිගල රජමහා විහාරය Ancient Place Statue Temple Travel 

Mulkirigala Raja Maha Viharaya

About Raja Maha Viharaya Mulkirigala Rajamaha Viharaya is an antiquated sanctuary of archeological worth situated in the Hambantota District of the Southern Province of Sri Lanka. This sanctuary is situated in Weeraketiya region and it is 2 km from Mulkirigala intersection. This sanctuary can be reached from Dickwella or Tangalle regions and the Mulkirigala sanctuary is otherwise called Kuda Sigiriya. Today the sanctuary is known as Mulkirigala yet in antiquated occasions it was known as Samudda Pabbata, Muhandara Giri, Muhudu Gira, Giriba Vehera, Giriba Lena, Dakkhina Pabbata, Dakkhina Gira, Muwathirigala,…

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ගටබරු රජමහා විහාරය - Gatabaruwa Rajamaha Viharaya Ancient Place Temple Travel 

Deniyaya Gatabaruwa Raja Maha Viharaya

About Raja Maha Viharaya Gatabaru Rajamaha Viharaya is situated on a ridge in the Kotapola region among Morawaka and Deniyaya on the Akuressa – Deniyaya street. This Devalaya is situated around 458m above ocean level and is an old cavern sanctuary and devalaya. This Devalaya is otherwise called Geethabaraja Rajamaha Viharaya. It is accepted that the name Gatabaru is gotten from the way that the aficionados tie the contributions and give up. Gatabaruwa is encircled by the Rakwana Hills on one side, the Sinharaja Maha Forest on the other, and…

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Travel wild life 

Wasgamuwa National Park

Wasgamuwa National Park is situated in a space lining the Matale District and the Polonnaruwa District what begins from the eastern incline of the focal slopes. Subsequently, the recreation center has a dry zone and a wet zone environment. Subsequently, this park has an exceptional spot among the public stops in this country. Accordingly, Wasgamuwa National Park is a spot wealthy in biodiversity. The recreation center is lined by the Parakrama Samudra toward the north, the Mahaweli River toward the east, the Dunuwila Oya toward the south and the Kaluganga…

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පරාක්‍රම සමුද්‍රය - Parakrama Samudraya Ancient Place Travel 

Parakrama Samudraya

Read in Sinhala | සිංහල ලිපිය කියවන්න About the tank Parakrama Samudraya is considered one of the most valued creations in Sri Lankan history which was built by the great King Parakramabahu. The  Parakrama Samudraya reservoir  was built combining three rivers named Topa wewa, Dumutulu wewa, and Eramudu wewa. The Akasa Ganga was built to divert water to the Parakrama Samudraya by constructing a dam across the Amban Ganga at Angamedilla. The ruins of the old granite anicut still remain today. The Angamedilla Anicut and the sluice gate of the…

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Ancient Place Temple Travel 

Jetavanaramaya Anuradhapura

About Jetavanaramaya The Jethavanaramaya Stupa in Anuradhapura was revered by all as the tallest mound building in an ancient country in Asia. The economic complex with was called Jetavana.The stupa is made of mounds and is located in a rectangular courtyard. The courtyard is about 8 acres in size. Provides evidence that a level existed. History of Mihindu Thero There is an opinion among historians that the Jethavanarama Stupa was built at the place where Arahant Mahinda’s body was cremated after his demise. According to the Deepavamsa, the history book…

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Atadageya - පොළොන්නරුව අටදාගෙය Ancient Place Temple Travel 

The first Temple of the Tooth in Polonnaruwa

About first Temple of the Tooth Numerous Temples of the Tooth have been underlying Sri Lanka from that point forward to house the Sacred Tooth Relic, known as the apex of the country. The Tooth Relic went to our country during the rule of King Kithsirimevan. From that time onwards structures were raised for the Tooth Relic in Anuradhapura, then, at that point, in Polonnaruwa and afterward in every one of the realms that spread over the realm up to the Kandy time. Of these, the Polonnaruwa time frame was…

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