Hello Steem Community,
As usual I use this platform for share my memorable travel experience around my country. Dedugala, which is a beautiful mountain range and has been shaped by a stream of waterfall from the tops of the mountain, is still considered as one of nature's best attractions.
Dedugala is one of the most beautiful places in Sri Lanka. Like going out in the city. The road is very beautiful. The road through the jungle is like going to Meemure at times. Winds like ten bends at a time. And it's raining all at once. Nice environment and lots of waterfalls.
There has longest bridge for go another side through the river. The bridge strongly built. Located in the Bulathkohupitiya Divisional Secretariat Division of the Kegalle District, the nearest town to this falls is Bulathkohupitiya.
We walked via rubber estate. Such a beautiful background had in front of us.
It is a beautiful tourist spot that can be used for a day or two destination.
There are many beautiful places on either side of the road leading to the hill. Mountains, beautiful tea gardens, and small streams make the area a paradise.
Look at how water flows to down from top of the hill. Nice scenery to our eyes. There are some little water falls we dould see like above.
The Bukkokupitiya Dedugala road leads to the Rikkili Falls and a little more difficult journey to the forest. Getting to the bottom and going uphill was a difficult journey, but it was a really beautiful experience.
Located in Dedugala area in Kegalle District, this beautiful flowering waterfall is 30 feet high. The water falls from the top of the Hunusahaldeniya Mountain Range and joins the Ritigaha stream and the Ritigaha stream to the Kelani River.
The 300 m is a difficult road to get to, but the flow of the stream that flows in and out of the road will provide you with a treat.
The Rukman Falls, which is very close to the road, will give you a different charm. The picturesque waterfall is one of the best places to photograph.
On the way to the summit you will meet a beautiful tea and the surrounding area is a sight to behold and will be a lasting memory.
About 3km along the same road you will encounter Nalangana Falls in the road. The water beam that flows from a quarry to the celestial is at once beautiful and at times terrifying. During the rainy season it is not possible to move near the waterfall.
The falls originate from a 4-meter breach at Ritigaha Oya and another 15 m from a rock. The waterfall, which collapses with its downward speed and height, has become what is today known as the Nalangana Falls, as it resembles a woman's saree. After spent more hours in Dedugala area we decided to leave from it. Today I explained very few words because I want to give chance to feel much about these water falls. Thanks for visiting. See you in next.