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Many secrets and wonders of nature lie hidden within the Sinharaja Forest Reserve. One such wonder is the Duvilli Ella; a beautiful waterfall discovered quite recently. Although its height has not yet been determined, it is estimated to be over 500 feet high. The flow rate of the waterfall is constant all year through, and the spray creates a misty halo around the area. The name ‘Duvilli’ means ‘fine dust’ –therefore we can assume that the natives compared the water spray to a dusty look and hence the waterfall was named Duvilli Ella.
There are many indigenous plant and animal species to be found in this unspoiled environment surrounding the waterfall. It has retained its natural habitat due to its location, which is not easily accessible by motor vehicles. A number of smaller waterfalls, about 50 to 60 feet high, can be spotted on the path to Duvilli Ella, urging you on towards the vision of beauty ahead.
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