Moragahakanda Dam is a high gravity dam situated in the Matale district. Moragahakanda Dam has a height of approximately 65 m. The dam has created the Moragahakanda Reservoir which is the last and largest reservoir of the Mahaweli Project.
The Kotmale Reservoir which is nestled in the central highlands of the country between hills is indeed a breathtaking view. When watching its cool, clear waters ripple in the gentle breeze which blows across the vast expanse of water.
Veddas were originally hunter-gatherers, with the women of the tribe staying at home to tend to the family. They used bows and arrows to hunt game, and also gathered wild plants and honey. But now they are being forced to do farming.
Bambarakiri Ella waterfall is situated in the picturesque Knuckles mountain range, close to Rattota town in Matale District. It is a small fall of 3 meters in height. Caution should be taken when bathing here as it has claimed the lives of many.
Enjoy a relaxing boat ride along the tranquil waters of The Mapakada Lake. Let our local boatman be your guide and share with you the natural wonders that abound within the calm waters and the surrounding breathtaking landscape of the Namunukula (Nine peaks) mountain range.