The Great Underworld that runs to the left of Haggala on Badulla Road to Nuwara Eliya passes through the village of Peravela. Bomburuella, known as the Fort McDonald’s River during British rule, is about 15 meters wide. The distance from the forest hike to Bomburuella, hidden in the forest near the village of Peravela, which was a famous area at the time, is about 1 km. Almost 3. This waterfall is still the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka, it falls into a monstrous wetland forest with huge stone walls and huge boulders.
In the morning we drove from the historic town of Senkadagala to Nuwara Eliya. Today we are not on an ordinary road, but on a somewhat unpredictable, but beautiful road. You can reach Rikillagascada via Kandy, Tennekumbura, Gurudeniya and Hanguranketha and then to Padiyapelella. This road is a dilapidated road with large stone walls on the right and a large underground world on the left. From Padiyapelella you can reach Nuwara Eliya via the arduous road through Mandaramnuwara Brookside, or to Nuwara Eliya via the Mathura, Valapane and Ragala roads. The distance from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya via Mandaramnuwara is 1 km. 78. Also, from Padiyapelella through Walapane, you can see the 206-meter Cinnamon Oya waterfall, which is the third largest waterfall in Sri Lanka.
Adavala Falls in Padiyapelle, Adavala Falls that runs along the beautiful Gampia Road are a sight to behold. The water of this waterfall, about 40 meters high, comes from the Bodhi Belihuloya branch. Mount Naya Maruhinna, 1505 meters high, rises and flows through several mountain ranges, creating the Adahuela Falls. This waterfall has 2 parts. The first part is wide, the middle part is thin, and the lower part is wide again. We entered a nearby forest and gradually climbed the rocks and made our way through the bushes to reach the top of the Adahuela Falls.
There is a large black rock at the top that is comfortable to sit on and you can sit on it and see all the surroundings and the waterway to the waterfall and the uniqueness of the waterfall. The village is a collection of lovely people who live in rice paddies and crops. In the distance, the village is surrounded by large mountains that can be seen covered in fog. From here we left the main road and drove to Nuwara Eliya via Mandaramnuwara.
Katugas Oya and Bomburuella
Mandaramnuvara is another place where you can enjoy the beautiful nature. This road is about a mile long. About 8 carpets. You can also visit the Katugas Oya and Bomburuella waterfalls, which are about 20 meters high. Katugas Oya waterfall is a straight waterfall, which shimmers with brown muddy water during the rainy season. The waterway goes down and joins the river on the left. The dilapidated section of the road begins with a single ascent. The Maha Oya road runs under it. It’s so cruel, it’s so messy, it’s so fast that it disappears in an instant. Trees, shrubs, and banana trees around the shore are first swept away with the soil in front of them.
Heavy rains have also increased the volume of water, surpassing the dire nature of the violence. This road is sometimes a gravel hill. The brakes cannot be applied simply by climbing a mountain on a gravel road. This is because if the bikes just stop on this road, they will be pulled down. On other occasions, we had to get on a motorcycle near Hela to allow oncoming three-wheelers on a 6-foot wide road. It is a very lonely and lonely road with endless elbows.
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Somehow km. Fifteen years later, we came to the tea plantation from the top of several hills. Since there were no workers due to the rain, we used our experience at the intersection to determine the correct direction. Two hours later, we arrived in the Kandapola area via Bomburuella. We immediately reached the carpet road leading to Nuwara Eliya and headed for Hawa Eliya.
As the rabbit approached, the stream of water was barely visible from the southern slope of the Pidurutalagala mountain range in thick fog. It was Lovers Leap Falls, turning right onto the main road and onto a difficult dirt road that ran through the tea plantation to reach the falls. The road is about 1 km. After 1, you will see that it ends at one simple point. But the road to the falls continued with the same width as before. No cars could pass on this road because there was an open drain 4 feet wide. But we took big boulders and put them on the chute to make a small path to put the motorcycles aside. This attempt was successful and we decided to leave the stones where they were when we returned. At the end of the road near the waterfall is a sacred area with a Hindu temple. There were a few dedicated Tamils there and we parked our motorcycle nearby and drove into the jungle on the path leading to the waterfall.
Lovers Sleep Falls, fed by a stream rising from the southern slope of Pidurutalagala Hill, are an active stop for lovers. The waterfall is about 35 feet [35 m] high and is covered with stone walls on both sides. The popular legend associated with this waterfall has been heard from a villager here.