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Kalugala Gerandi Ella Waterfall

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large_received_2093679714012907.jpeglarge_received_232036501077933.jpegHeight : 200-240 meters
District : Kandy
As you travel from Kandy towards Mahiyanganaya 0n the A25 (known as the Mahiyangana Road) you can see this massive cluster of waterfalls known as the Kalugala Gerandi Ella Waterfall on the left side lying far away towards Kalugala.There are number of narrow and long waterfalls in Sri Lanka by the name of Garandi Ella which literally means Rat Snake Waterfall. The resemblance of these waterfalls to a slithering rat snakes has given rise to many waterfalls being called by this name.
Kalugala Gerandi Ella cascades in number of segments and to top 4 segment can be seen from the Mahiyanganaya Road itself. The total height of the cascades put together starting from the top of Gerandi Gala is around 200- 240 meters.
It is possible to hike to this waterfall but a extremely strenuous one with almost vertical segments.
This waterfall is not listed in LCWF database.large_IMG_20190128_211758.jpg

Posted by Bearfoots 02:53 Archived in Sri Lanka Tagged waterfalls_traveling_hiking _wanderlust_bearfoots

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