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|Year and Month||2015|
|Number of Days||One|
|Crew||2 (between 25-30 years of age)|
|Activities||Waterfalls, Photography, Adventure and hiking|
|Route||Colombo -> Avissawella -> Karawanella -> Yatiyantota -> Nawalapitiya -> Kithulgala -> Karawanella -> Colombo|
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- Mannakethi Fall
- Sampath Fall
- Handun Fall
- Olu Fall
- Aberdeen Fall
From Yatiyantota town turn to Amanawela road and proceed about 10-15km to the Olu fall. On the way to Olu ella you could find Kithul ella, We oya ella and some other small falls. When we came to Olu fall we started to climb it up to the final drop point. It is not easy to cross the speediest water stream but we reached there and had a bath from that milk type water.
Then we continued our journey towards to Nawalapitiya on the same road and that road become very worst as Devil’s Staircase.
From Nawalapitiya we came to Ginigathhena and turned to Ambatale road from the town and proceed about 7km to the end of that road. We parked our bicycles and walked about 2km to the bottom of Aberdeen fall. This fall is about 100m high and there is a huge pool at the base. But as per the villagers information bathing is very dangerous over there as there was a death at previous day.
Again we started our journey from Ginigathhena to Kithulgala and turned to Malwatte road from the town. This road is goes to Mannakethi fall and Sampath fall.
After that we turned our bicycles at Belilena junction to Handun Fall. The road to the fall is very very bad. It is totally worst road. We crossed a 10m widest water stream by our bicycles and went to the top of the fall. And then we downward to the bottom of the fall along with the forest path of the fall.
Finally we covered 05 waterfalls on a one day.