This waterfall, formerly known as ‘Karawita Ella’flows down theUdakarawitamountain. Legend has it that one day a British planter,followed by his faithful dog, visited the falls to capture some photographs. Unfortunately, the excited dog lost its footing and plummeted into the base of the waterfall and drowned. A nobleman named D G Siridoris witnessed this event, and from then on referred to it as ‘Balla Mala Ella’, which means ‘the waterfall in which the dog died.’
The Balla Mala Ella is 174 feet in height and divides into to three chutes at the base of the waterfall. The water gushes over a bed of flat rock and joins the Delvalariver. The area surrounding Balla Mala Ella consists of large flat rocks, a natural water pool, many timber trees and medicinal plants.
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