Timings : All Day
Time Required : October to December
Entry Fee : Free
Situated in the town of Hatton in Nuwara Eliya district, Laxapana Falls is the eighth highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The falls is a cascade of silvery foam amid lush greenery that flows to form a fabulous natural pool at the bottom.
The picturesque waterfall tumbles down an enormous height of 413 feet, is formed by Maskeliya Oya, a major tributary of the Kelani river, which is the fourth-longest in the country. Two hydroelectric power stations, the Old Laxapana (the oldest in the country) and the New Laxapana Power Station is also nearby, and the falls are partly an energy source for the station.
$ 40 onwards
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