Ravana Falls is one of the widest waterfalls in the country and is a truly stunning sight especially during the rainy season. Part of its allure is the fact that a nearby cave is linked with a legend from the Indian epic, the Ramayana.
The country’s highest waterfall, the 863-foot high Bambarakanda Falls is surrounded by a pine forest. Visitors can trek to the summit or head to the base of the falls, a perfect spot for a picnic or a dip in one of the natural pools.
Diyaluma Falls is set amidst lush green landscapes and is one of the most picturesque natural spectacles in the region. For an up close look, one can hike to the top of the falls which offers some spectacular views.
Constructed by Niponzan Myohoji monks, the Japanese Peace Pagoda is a Buddhist stupa with a rather distinctive design. It is one of four peace pagodas on the island and was built to inspire peace amongst all races and creeds.