Bopath Ella

The Water fall is a major tourist attraction in the country. Local myths say that it is haunted and that it hides a treasure trove. This is located in a village named Agalawatta in the Rathnapura district. Virgin Forests with a rich bio diversity surrounds the village.

The name ‘Bopath Ella’ has been given to the waterfall because of its Bo-leaf shape. The water flows through a narrow gap in the rocks and then widens, forming the shape of a ‘Bo’ leaf , Bopath Ella is 30m high and it is formed from the Kuru Ganga, which is a tributary of the Kalu Ganga.


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