Hello everyone, Welcome back to today's travel blog. You saw yesterday I posted beautiful waterfall in Sri Lanka name called *Lakshapana falls.* We could see most beautiful three waterfalls in that journey. I want to mention one by one because I captured more photo clicks. Today I'm going to share another glorious waterfall name called *Aberdeen Falls.*
It's access of Aberdeen falls. We reached the Kalugala junction shortly after passing Kitulgala on the Colombo-Hatton road. After turning about 15 km we could reach the entrance to Kalaweldeniya.
We had to see Aberdeen waterfall easily. But our friends really like to adventures. So we decided to walk among the forest way. There was some stone steps and stronger vines.
Sometimes our walk was very difficult. That time tree shades was very useful for save our energy. Starting at the Sri Pada site, the Kehelgamu flow, along the other side of the river, creates three beautiful waterfalls at Kalaweldeniya, creating a beautiful Aberdeen Falls that slopes down a cliff at the end.
I saw little water flows fallen down with some noise. So We reached there for wash our faces and hands. The name of the waterfall makes us feel a little unfamiliar. According to a villager, the name Ella comes from a white man from Aberdeen, Scotland. Mr. Aberdeen has planted a tea estate. It is also called Aberdeen because it is located adjacent to the estate.
There was cool and pure water. Immediately we removed our boots and enjoyed few minutes like wildlife. I know nature giving big opportunities solve our more negative things. But we have to manage our time with relaxation and to professional life.
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Climate was very hot. But this area had cool condition every months. If rain was fall there our walk was unsuccessful. So god blessed many of our travels. Lakshapana falls and Aberdeen falls are a little closer.
Whole area surrounded by green trees. We had to feel refresh feelings with bird's noises and water flow noises. Aberdeen and Lakshapana Falls are located on the edge of the same estate. If you have visited the waterfalls today you will see Lakshapana and Aberdeen as a pair of twin waterfalls. Because these two streams are the same. The water of these two streams eventually adds to the Kelani River.
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We very close to Aberdeen falls. This waterfall, which is not much talked about by tourists, is situated in the Kehelgamuwa Mountain Range in Ginigathena. There are several ways to visit this waterfall. The 322-foot Aberdeen Falls is the 18th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. Aberdeen Falls is a dense forest surrounded by forest. The falls are visible to many places along the route of the falls and the echo of the eye is very much in the eye.
What a amazing scenery I captured. Everyone can join with me for feel that moment. Aberdeen Falls has a strange beauty. The cave, which is made of natural stone patterns at the foot of the waterfall, is also a highlight of the cave. But I didn't go there.
I want to say that people on that area help whatever we want. There are a lot of good guys out there. So I give priority place to those humanity. Thanks for everyone who supported us for reach destination and provided some useful information for made article and end our nice journey. That was more memorable one. The water we went through was too much. But the water is very cold. That is why you have to be careful when bathing. It is our duty to look after the beauty and preserve it. Thanks for visiting. See you again with beautiful memory. Have a nice day.
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