The Nachchimale stream in Ingiriya is a necessary visit for any tourist or local that loves being amidst nature. This natural stream forms a pool at the foot of the hills and is in the forest; beyond lush greens and tea bushes. You can spend a day by this natural stream, relax, take a break, or even enjoy a nice picnic while you are at it.
The Runakanda Forest Reserve has a village with just three homes inside of it. One of the lesser explored reserves in Sri Lanka; this place is a wonderful haven for bird watchers especially if you love spending a day amidst the lush green nature. The forest is part of the bigger Sinharaja forest and has a similar terrain too.
Locally recognized as the Sinharaja Forest, the Paniyawala rainforest has a lot of things to observe if you stopover the place. From lush green surroundings to local birds and animals, this place is a magical wonderland to any person who loves the natural world and everything it has to put forward.
The Raja Maruna Ella Falls is a natural attraction which is about seven metres tall and can be found in the deeper parts of Kalutara. Located in between Baduragala and Hadilla, this waterfall also has a cave to its name, but it isn’t accessible unless during severe droughts. It is not advisable to enter them anyway.
Thudugala Ella or "Ella Pahala Ella" is the closest fall to the ocean in Sri Lanka. Being so close to the Kalutara it is a hassle free journey to make. But before you go check-out this thorough guide to know your way around and tips to visit.
The Makeli Ella Falls is a beautiful waterfall that offers scenic views and is worth a trip to if you are in Kalutara.
Named after a tragic fire within its shelters, the Ginigedara Ella Waterfall is a lush water source that is one of Kalutara’s hidden gems.
Located in the Thudugala Estate in Kalutara, this waterfall is a quaint 8m tall beauty that is popular with both the locals and visitors.
Every river has a story. Find out about the journey of Kalu River, one of the major rivers in Sri Lanka, before paying a visit.
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