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Diyaluma Falls is the second highest waterfall in the Indian Ocean island nation of Sri Lanka. The waterfall is situated in the Badulla District, which covers a portion of the interior of the tropical island. The falls are formed by the waterway known as the Punagala Oya, a tributary of the Kuda Oya river. Diyaluma Falls has a total height of 220 meters, or a bit over 700 ft. You can see these beautiful falls from a bird's eye perspective in this drone video by top content creator and pilot ablbaset.
Description: Diyaluma Falls is Beautiful and the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. We hiked and swam on the top of the highest waterfall. It took about 30 mins to walk through beautiful long grass. Once you reach the first part of the waterfall, you will face a series of natural pools where you can take a swim, and even jump from one pool into a lower levelled pool. Always check the weather forecast a day before. It’s not recommended to go here during the rainy season. Take enough water and food.