This is the highest water fall in Sri Lanka. The waterfall is 802ft (241m) of height. Set amid an evergreen forest, it is formed by the Uduweriya Haputale mountains’ Kuda Oya (river), a tributary of the Walawe River. It cascades in a torrent (especially in the wet season) from a rocky outcrop into a deep, basin-like pool. To the left of the fall, centuries of wind and rain have formed what is said to resemble two embracing lovers out of the rock.
The thin stream of water which plunges over a rock slab like a thin silver rope, splits into two at ¼ of its length.
But, this waterfall is not famous as Diyaluma fall because of lack of beauty, its location and the limited water as it flows down the rock slab.