Ramboda Falls is the 11th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. You can see this waterfall in Pussellawa area. This waterfall is also known as Puna falls. This is the 729th highest waterfall in the world. The Ramboda Falls looks like one waterfall but actually consists of three parts. You can see this waterfall from Nuwara Eliya Pussellawa main road and if you want to see it completely, you should go to near the waterfall. For those who don’t like climbing, it is a difficult task and you will be able to enjoy it once you get there.
The lower part of the waterfall is under the bridge. The entire Ramboda Basin must be crossed in order to see the lower part fall. You can also see some hotels nearby. The species of this waterfall is a merger of two tributaries of the same river. It is made up of the Puna Oya, a tributary of the Kotmale Oya. The other waterfall is made up of the Pundalu Oya, a tributary of the same river. It is known as Dunsinane Falls.
Details about Ramboda Falls in Sri Lanka
Height – 109m
Ranking in Sri Lanka – 11th Tallest
Ranking in World – 729th Tallest
Height from sea level – 945m
Location – A5, Ramboda, Pussellawa, Nuwara Eliya