Alagiyawanna means “beautiful color” in Tamil. Alagiyawanna Fall in Gampaha District is also known as Bopagama Ella by the Sinhalese. The 4-meter high waterfall is fed by aquifers at the nearby Kandalanda Estate and the Nagas Canal. During the monsoon, the waterfalls overflow with water and the streams are rich with freshwater fish. Climbing trees prevents sunlight and the surroundings are dark. The waterfalls are located in the rocky basin and surrounded by mountains. The basin itself has some history. Near this waterfall is a small white stupa. The stupa has a history of more than 2,000 years. BC. It was one of the stupas built by King Walagambahu in 77 when he tried to spread Buddhism among the people.
Visitors can see the Alagiyawanna Fall and the surrounding area. It has attracted many tourists to Sri Lanka.