Fed by Badulla Oya River, the 63-m high Dunhinda are picturesque sight, with an enormous volume of water gushing into the pool below in a cloud of spray. The 1-km long path leading to the falls can be a bit of a scramble. It is narrow in places and slippery if there has been rainfall. Stalls selling drinks and snacks can be found along the way, but watch out for thieving monkeys when taking a break or enjoying the scenery.
On the way to the waterfall, the lower, wider Kuda Dunhinda falls can be seen. There is concrete observation point at the end of the path. The falls can be visited year-round. However, the place is very popular with locals and can be busy at weekends and on public holidays. more