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Ramboda Falls

The 111-metre high double fall is born of the many convergent brooks in the area that flow into the Puna Oya Reservoir, a tributary of the Kotmale River. It is above 3200 feet above sea level. The first part is above the road and is in the jungle hidden from view, second part is close to the road and the third part is below the road. To see this falls take the Gampola-Nuwaraeliya Road. It is located 1.5 kms from the highway and 10 kms from Pussellawa Rest House. The fall can be seen from the Ramboda Bazaar or from Ramboda Falls Hotel. Most relaxed travellers on this route miss this falls as it is located below the bridge. From the road you can see only the upper segment of the fall on themountain side. You need to climb down near the Ramboda Bridge to get a good view of this captivating waterfall.

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