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Badulla | Dunhinda Falls

Dunhinda Falls

It is even more fascinating over the months of November to March as it carries an enormous volume of water in this rainy season of Sri Lanka.

Subsequently, it is enriched with Uma Oya, Hal Oya and the small rivers of the regions of Bandarawela and Welimada. In addition to reaching the fall, you have to walk about 1 kilometer on foot. But it will bring you a fascinating experience to see wild birds, butterflies, monkeys, deer, etc. as it is really worth a lot for tourists interested in wildlife.

In transit, you can see another little waterfall named Kuda Dunhinda initially. Hence you can taste and revive yourself by having a local home grown drink by the sellers on sides of the path to the water fall. Toward the finish of this adventure you can meet a secured organize developed for the watchers and appreciate the water fall. In the event that you are especially sure, you can achieve the foot of the water fall and cross the stream. While appreciating the fall its better to remind that don't go nearer to the fall or bathe as it is profound and loaded with tricky shakes and stones close to the base of the water fall.


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