An idyllic representation of Sri Lanka’s natural being is the famous St. Clair’s falls. Referred to as the Niagara of Sri Lanka, St. Clair’s falls is perched at an altitude of 1198 metres. It is located in the Talawakele town of Nuwara Eliya District and St. Clair’s stands as one of the widest falls in Sri Lanka.
The falls are along the Kotmale Oya, a tributary of the Mahaweli River, It is surrounded by mountains amidst the sky overlooking with its moving clouds. The element of attraction lies in the way the falls is positioned – the rock gradients at three different levels and waters glide by the incisions and fall into a pool of life.
The waterfalls consist of two falls called “Maha Ella - The Greater Fall” which is 80 metres in height and 50 metres in width and the “Kuda Ella - The Lesser Fall” which is 50 metres in height. The name of the falls is derived from the St. Clair’s tea estates that flourish along the falls.
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