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Diyaluma Falls

Diyaluma Falls 220 metres in height is the second tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The Diyaluma or Diya Haluma collects its water from the Poonagalla Oya in Koslanda and Wellawaya. Located six miles from Koslanda and 13 milesfrom Wellawaya, its waters originate from the Mahakande Pass in Koslanda. With an appearance and location which often make people believe that it is the highest waterfall in the island, this tall and thin "Diyaluma" waterfallpours its way down and flows towards Kirindi Oya under a bridge on the highway from Beragala to Wellawaya. The extent of water spilt downwards is great during the rainy season.

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