Duwili Ella Falls (Kalthota)

Duwili Ella Falls, also known as Walawe Ganga East Falls is a captivating natural wonder nestled in the scenic region of Kalthota, Sri Lanka.
Duwili Ella Falls

Duwili Ella Falls, also known as Walawe Ganga East Falls (Sinhala: කල්තොට දූවිලි ඇල්ල) is a waterfall situated in the region of Kalthota in Ratnapura District, Sri Lanka. Stands at a height of about 40 m, the fall creates an unforgettable spectacle for its visitors.

The Falls

The falls is created by the Walawe Ganga River, one of the major Rivers in Sri Lanka. The river that plunges down the cliff of the rock forms the Duwili Ella Falls making a bright view resembling the veil of a bride. In the Sinhalese language, the name "Duwili" means "dust" or "spray." It has come into the parlance as the surrounding air of the Duwili Ella waterfall is filled with mist-like water droplets.

The pathway to the Duwili Ella Falls is fallen through scenic landscapes and visitors have to walk through picturesque paths. The rich biodiversity in the vicinity adds extra value to the surrounding landscape of the falls. As the surrounding lush environment provides a habitat for various species of avifauna, the Duwili Ella Falls site is considered a great place for birdwatchers.

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This page was last updated on 27 January 2024

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