Bambarakanda Falls is the tallest waterfall of Sri Lanka situated in Haldummulla. In height it's about 263 metres. The waters fall down from a high rock on toothers and adding beauty to this fall. Water comes from a tributary from Horton Plains. From there it goes to Samanala Weva, meaning the Lake of butterflies and finaly falls to Walawe River. Travelling to this place is not easy as to the other falls of Sri Lanka. This fall is far away from the main road and the turning point is Kalupahana Junction (160 kms from Colombo) and is the closest main road to fall. The distance between Kalupahana and the waterfall is about 5 kms. This 5 Kms is a narrow road and a light vehicle can take you closer to the fall.