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|Year and Month||May, 2014|
|Number of Days||Two|
|Accommodation||Angel Hotel, Nuwaraeliya|
|Activities||Waterfall Hunting, Photography, Nature Exploring|
|Route||Kandy -> Raagala Road -> Rikillagaskada -> Mandaram Nuwara -> Brooke Side -> Nuwaraeliya -> Ramboda -> Pussellawa -> Kandy|
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While our journey from Kandy to Nuwaraeliya via Ragala road, we turned right to the Mandaramnuwara road as a villager said that this route might be easy for us since we are at heavy rain in the evening. However we have Andawela waterfall at Padiyapalella and came to Mandaramnuwara side. We started our journey from Mandaramnuwara around 5pm and in heavy rain.
While we are watching the Katugasoya fall we thought continue our journey to Nuwaraeliya as soon. Hence we missed some waterfalls in this area. This road is situated above the tea estates and the mountains, there are no much people and we haven’t seen many vehicles rather than some three wheels. The sky and the environment were already in mist and dark, but we came across the Brooke side side to Nuwaraeliya around 8pm.
We stayed the night at a hotel in Nuwaraeliya and waked up early morning to see the Lover’s Leap fall. After that we continued our journey to Pussellawa side. Then we saw many waterfalls on the way and those are filled with water. Finally we went to see the main fall of Ramboda but we couldn’t reach to that area since the rain and the slippery ground. But in this year we were able to go to the Top of the Ramboda on our journey to Perettasi from Blue Filed tea factory. Ramboda, Devathura, Puna, Helboda and Gerandigini falls are very beautiful in rainy season otherwise there are no much water in normal days.