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Surathali Waterfall – 1km

Surathali is an attractive Waterfall which is 60meter in height. The name “Surathali Ella” has been given to the waterfall because of a famous Sinhala movie which was titled “Surathali” was filmed nearby this fall. This proves that, the water fall is really eye catching and she is keeping her first steps from the best known Adam’s peak Reserve’s Ellamana Mountain which has a sky reaching height of 948meters the fall is created by the Kadawath River, which flows along Sabaragamuwa Uva and later into the Walawe River.

Bambarakanda Waterfall – 10km

Bambarakanda is the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka the falling beauty and it is 263 meters in height. She is falling along through Sri Lanka’s best known hill town “Kalupahana” which is close by to Haldumulla in the south eastern slopes of central hills in the country. The Bambarakanda waterfall is originated from the Uduweriya Haputale Mountain and Kuda Oya, a tributary of Walawe River.

Ravana Waterfall – 35km

This waterfall measures approximately 25 meters (82 ft) in height and it is ranked as one of the widest falls in Sri Lanka.  The Ravana Ella is commencing from a Wildlife Sanctuary and the source of the fall is the Bandarawela Hill Oya Reservoir, and it flows to the Kirindi Oya Reservoir. Ravana cave is one of the most attractive and historic places for both local and foreign tourists, which could be find near the Ravana Waterfall.

Diyaluma Waterfalls – 36km

The magnificent Diyaluma falls is 220 meter in height and the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. In Sinhalese Diya Haluma or “Diyaluma” means a rapid flow of water" and also could be translated as a liquid light. Diyaluma waterfall is horse tail type and one of the best travel destinations located in Badulla. It rolls along a rock face straight down and 361st in world ranking by height also it creates a deep pool below. The waterfall is cherished by Poona-gala Oya.

Dunhinda Waterfalls – 68km

 The most beautiful, enchanting and well known Dunhinda is 64 meters in height. The waterfall is created by the river called Badulu Oya which goes through the Badulla town. In Sinhalese, “Dun” means “smoke” and the mist created by this fall is like a smoke. The “Kuda Dunhinda falls” also can be seen from a distance when going on that foot path and this journey is worth well for who loves the nature.

Samanalawewa Project – 15km

Samanala wewa Project (Samanala Reservoir Project) is the second-largest hydroelectric scheme in Sri Lanka. It is producing 405 GWH of energy annually. The Samanala Dam is located in the Uda Walawe basin. It was built at the confluence of the Walawe River and the Belihul Oya. The Samanala Dam is 110 meters in height and has a length of 530 meters and the visitors are pleased with the view that could be observant from the top of the Samannala wewa dam.

Adisham Bunglow – 24km

Adisham Bungalow is a country house near Haputale. The house was built in 1931 by an English aristocrat and planter Sir Thomas Villiers. The fascinating creation was built by Indian architects and the bungalow consists of many rooms. The ceiling of each room has been adorned with different carvings. The frames of the doors and windows were made of Oak wood. In 1961 it was purchased by the Roman Catholic Church and was subsequently converted to a Monastery.

Lipton’s Seat – 37km

Lipton’s Seat is the most famous view point of Badulla district. The place gets this name after the famous tea planter Sir Thomas Lipton used this place to survey the surrounding region of his tea plantations. On the way to Lipton’s Seat there is a popular tea factory called Dambethanna Tea Factory, which is a largest tea factory of Badulla district. The Point has extraordinary views over the Uva Province, Southern, Sabaragamuwa, Central and Eastern provinces. Visitors says the memories are long lasting and the pictures that they have taken back home were highly praised and most viewed by their friends.

World’s  End – 41km

Horton Plains is a popular tourist destination, with Mini World’s End, World's End and Bakers Falls are the key attractions. World's End is located in Horton Plains National Park of Nuwara Eliya. It is a sheer cliff with a drop of about 4,000 feet. Early morning visits are best, both to see the wildlife and to view World's End before mists close in during the later part of the morning.

Buduruwagala Temple – 54km

Buduruwagala is an ancient Buddhist temple in Sri Lanka. The meaning of the name Buduruwagala is “Rock of the lord Buddha’s Statuesque. There are seven statues carved on the rock. The statues date back to the 10th century. The largest of the standing Buddha statues is 51 feet from head to toe.