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Galboda Waterfall

We reached the Galboda Railway Station about 11 am by Badhulla train which started the journey from... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2018
Shafeer Z
Mawanella, Sri Lanka
Fun visit

The falls themselves were great, the locals friendly and not too crowded. There are, however... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2017
Nicholas K
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15 Feb 2018
“Galboda Waterfall”
3 Dec 2017
“Fun visit ”
Galboda is an isolated village located in between Nawalapitiya and Watawala, in the Colombo-Badulla, the upcountry railway. Since there is not a well-developed road system yet, the railway is the only source of transportation for the villages and...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| Galboda Ella, Nawalapitiya, Sri Lanka
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Reviewed 15 February 2018

We reached the Galboda Railway Station about 11 am by Badhulla train which started the journey from Colombo fort at 06.50am. And walk on the railway track against the direction train came to go to starting point of the trail which leads to the waterfall....More

3  Thank Shafeer Z
Reviewed 3 December 2017 via mobile

The falls themselves were great, the locals friendly and not too crowded. There are, however, restrictions to how far you can walk up. Basically this falls isn't for swimming, it's more for show, but still beautiful. WARNING!!! There are a number of pushy paddlers and...More

Thank Nicholas K
Reviewed 13 September 2017

A low budget trip to the waterfall. The waterfall is situated near the Galboda railway station. It is only Rs.125 you have to spend in third class in train from Fort station to Galboda railway station. After getting down from the train in the station,...More

1  Thank Pasan M
Reviewed 22 August 2017

30 mts train journey from Nawalapitya. Best way to travel is by train due to bad in fracture of the roads. Vehicles can go only through half way and later you have to walk a bit to reach this falls. Very fascinating and eye catching...More

Thank Nicholas J
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

Beautiful breathtaking waterfall in the middle of the country.... if you come to nawalapitiya side this is a must see place .

1  Thank Madhumali J
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

It's a place where you can feel peace !! Mind relaxing atmosphere!! Jus a great place to go..the waterfalls says everything u love 👍🏼

Thank shaabir76
Reviewed 17 December 2016

A fascinating waterfall. This is a place where you can stay as long as you want if you are a nature lover. You never get tired of the beauty of this fall. The trial is bit difficult because you cant reach to the fall via...More

3  Thank samkal00
Reviewed 28 October 2016

To visit Galboda Falls you Have to catch a Train from Kandy railway station and get off at Galboda Railway station. You can catch Podi menike Train from Kandy railway station at 8.42am and it will reach Galboda Station at about like 10:20am . There...More

8  Thank Buddheesha N
Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

Great waterfall. Water flow varies by season. Great views. We enjoyed walking up the trail on the right side of the falls.

1  Thank Frank T
Reviewed 24 May 2016

Came to Galboda Railway Station @11 a.m. It takes about 45 minutes to reach to falls from railway station. You can see beautiful landscape around the journey. Remember to take some foods and water, because there are no shops in galboda. The easy way is...More

4  Thank Prabath_Madusanka
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