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Badulla Sri Lanka

Badulla, is a major city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of Uva Province, Sri Lanka and the Badulla District.

One of Sri Lanka’s oldest towns, Badulla is a gateway to the east coast and lies the most southeasterly point of the Hill Country and. For the colonial British, it was an important social centre, situated at the end of the railway through the Hill Country from Colombo. In those days it was a vital hub for transporting plantation products to Colombo.

Activities in Badulla


If you prefer cycling but aren't so keen on struggling with uphill climbs, there are many interesting trails in the lowlands of Sri Lanka that take you through a beautiful landscape of tea, rubber and spice plantations or even the ancient capital of POLONNARUWA .


Our holidays are adventure and nature based where you see real Sri Lanka that is not experienced by everyday tourists. We try as much as possible to keep away from the more popular places visited by every day tourists. We want you to visit a place where you see Sri Lankans and Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka a breathtakingly beautiful island set in Indian ocean, where the sun shines 12 hours a day.Sri Lanka offers a wide variety of locations.We offer exotic and extraordinary locations that are normally inaccessible such as naturally beautiful settings, majestic hills, mist clad mount

Attractions in Badulla

Dunhinda Falls

It’s 28kms from Ella off Badulla on Mahiyanganaya Road, unlike the above waterfalls Dunhinda ( 64 m) can’t be viewed from the main road. You need to walk about 1 km into the forest on a sort of a half man made hiking/walking trail. All along the walking path there are small shops offerin

Pahanthudawa Ella

The breath-taking Pahanthudawa falls is situated 4-5km from the small town of Belihuloya in the Sabaragamuwa province in Sri Lanka. This waterfall creates a small but deep pool at the bottom which is said to be of immeasurable depth. A small hydro power plant too is being powered by this natural beauty. It is a must-visit place if you're a waterfall lover and are travelling to the Sabaragamuwa area. The extra effort of walking a 100 meters through a small jungle won't go as wasted.

Bomburu Ella

Bomburu Ella, also known as Perawella Falls, is a waterfall at Uva-Paranagama Divisional Secretariat of Sri Lanka. It is located near the border of Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts, approximately 15 km from Welimada town. Bomburu Ella is the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka and consists of

Duvili Ella

Duvili Ella waterfall This waterfall is also called the Walawe Ganga Fall (east) is located close to Kaltota near the Walawe Ganga. It has been described as one of the most unusual waterfalls in Sri Lanka. The fat, the short, the old, the sprightly and not so agile. Peple can reach to a place opposite the waterfall which fell from a broad rock 40 metres down in a haze of water. It was the most fantastic sight because unlike other waterfalls what you see is a misty cascade of droplets in a sheer veil of shimmering light. That is why it is called Duvili Ella - dust-like waterfall. . hence the name Duvili Ell – Duvili for dust in Sinhala and Ella for Fall. Location -Close to Kaltota near the Walawe Ganga

Peessa Ella

This 45m-high Peessa Ella Fall is enchanting and one of many in the Uva region created by the rains. Peessa Ella Fall is not widely known and is created from an aquifer at the peak of Lunugala Mountain. Later the water flows into the Kurakkan Oya (river), which flows across Madolsima. The fall is the only one in the area that flows all year round, regardless of droughts, even surpassing the better-known Dunhinda and Diyaluma Falls. When it rains, the extra volume of water makes Peessa Falls cascade in two streams.

Muthiyangana Raja Maha Vihara

Muthiyangana Raja Maha Vihara is an ancient Buddhist temple located in the middle of Badulla town in the Badulla District of Uva Province in Sri Lanka.History of this site starts with the Lord Buddha’s 3rd arrival to the island but legends on the area called Badulla begins from 19th – 18th century BC. Some names of places in the area, e.g. Seetha Eliya, Seetha Kotuwa, Ravana Ella, etc., refers to the Seetha and Ravana - the main characters in the Indian episode titled Ramayana. So it is believed that said war had taken place in this locale, where was the capital of then powerful king named Ravana who ruled the island

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