Bambarakanda waterfall
Sri Lanka, Bandarawela

<p>Bambarakanda Falls is the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. At 263 m (863 ft), it is the 299th tallest waterfall in the world.</p><br><p>It is not a wide waterfall, but descends in a thin line of rock outcrop. The waterfall is formed by the Uduveriya-Haputale and Kuda-Oya rivers, a tributary of the Walawe River.</p><br><p>This waterfall is located in Kalupahan in the Badulla district, 5 km from the A4 highway. The waterfall was formed by the Kuda Oya, a branch of the Walawe River. Bambarakanda Waterfall is located in a pine forest.</p><br><p>The trip to the waterfall is marked with a small sign. After following this winding road for about 3.5 km, you will reach a place where the waterfall will be visible directly to your left.</p><br><p>This trail is very narrow, flooded and full of potholes. Four-wheel drive is recommended because a pickup truck with a lot of height off the ground can get there. The base of the waterfall is located several hundred meters from the road, and there is no clear path there. Travel time from Kalupahana is approximately 30-40 minutes due to road conditions.</p>

Tourist Objects nearby
Horton Plains National Park (Horton Plateau)
Horton Plains National Park (Horton Plateau)