Ramboda Falls is one of the many beautiful waterfalls waiting to be discovered in Sri Lanka’s scenic Hill Country.
Located next to the road between Kandy and Nuwara Eliya, Ramboda Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in Sri Lanka, standing at over one hundred meters tall, and is undoubtedly one of Sri Lanka’s most picturesque.
It is most definitely worth a stop off during your tour of the area given the stunning surroundings and countless photo opportunities that arise.
The waterfall itself is made up of three sections, the middle of which can be partially seen from the road. The other larger sections can only be fully seen by walking along the paths which take you down to the Ramboda basis, where there are a number of hotels, and you’ll see the full lower section of the falls.
The walk to view the top of Ramboda falls is somewhat more challenging but shouldn’t pose a problem for most people. Anyone who makes the walk up is well rewarded with the impressive views of the surrounding lush hills and the sight of the upper section of the falls which is clearly the most impressive of the three sections of Ramboda Falls.