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Remember Grade 9 science and 'Wisthapanaya'? That's the route we took. When you are very close to the top of the waterfall you will find an unmissable rocky outcrop to the right. Ideal iconic photo place if you're doing this height. DO NOT attempt to take a picture here if the conditions are windy. A few feet more and voila - the very top of the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka - and we're standing right on it. Bambarakanda - The starting pond at the top Did you know that the start of the waterfall you see in pictures or from the main road is NOT the starting point? What we see from the ground is the secondary start point or maybe third. The kind of one that you find when travelling towards the hill country at every kilometer.

That's all it takes to form the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. Of course there are technicalities like secondary pools, water volume, temperature etc etc. But that was irrelevant at that time. But this was Bambarakanda - the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and we were at the very top pond which no one sees, we will probably never come here again. That was Prishan's line of convincing. He's got balls when it comes to cold water. And so I dived in. Spent about 15 to 20 minutes in the pond. From the base of the mini fall I looked up to see the drops of water hurtling down. They're fast, unkind but makes you think.

I wrote an entire essay in my head with a very lucid and poetic interpretation. Needless to say, thanks to my aversion to sitting down and typing something, that never saw the light of day. It was overall an extremely surreal experience. After that dip, we had a bit of lunch and got ready to make our way through to Devil's Staircase. You need to come down from the falls and make your way back to the base of the waterfall and from there on to the main trail again. By trail I mean the tarred road. The road is pretty good for a good distance from here.

But before that, night was falling. We had to set up camp fast and we had to find a safe place to set up camp as well. So we started our hike towards Devil's staircase again. The plan was to cover as much ground as possible before darkness fell and visibility dropped.

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We were heading towards the 'V - Cut', a distinctive V shaped opening between two rocks in the middle of the trail. However, we were tired and dead beat and by 6 pm we were on a trail leading towards a private teas estate. There were a couple of estate guards in the vicinity and upon their advice we set up camp on the side of the trail. After having some 'tinned' food and bread, we settled in to relax and have a chat until all 3 of us fell asleep. To our misfortune, there was a slight drizzle which prevented us from rustling up a campfire.

This was the only downside since the night became very chilly very fast Devil's Staircase We woke up at 5. The previous night before we went to sleep we did a rough calculation and estimated that we had a good 11 kms more to trek in order to reach the Ohiya railway station. There was train to Fort at Rested and fresh, we felt that we could do the distance in 5 hours or so. There was a stream about 5 minutes away from where we camped. We freshened up as quickly as possible and started the long hike back First time with a woman experience Ohiya through Devil's Looking for a lunch buddy in badulla.

After about an hour or so of walking I instinctively turned back. That's exactly how it happened. After an hour or so more, there it was. The V-Cut in the middle of the road. We were elated because this meant that Devil's staircase is extremely close by. With a new lease of life we started to hike a little faster looking for it. But our excitement started to dwindle as we saw no sign on it as the minutes went by. We half stopped to see if we were on the wrong r oute. That's when we realized we were right there. We were at the start of the Devil's Staircase.

The Devil's Stair case is a stretch of road leading down the mountain with extremely sharp turns and steep levels. When seen from the other end of the mountain it resembles a staircase instead of a road and thus the name. It takes a skilled driver to maneuver a vehicle here. I would've easily driven a car over the slope on the first turn. Anyway there it was. Not a marvel of nature but a poignant landmark for us. Soon we were on the Haputale mountain range walking towards Ohiya. Our GPS device and a GPS locator on the phone showed a by road cutting across a mountain at some point which could save us around 6 kms Which is a hell of a lot when you're hiking. Upon speaking to a local, we were told that we are currently on the main road to Ohiya and the shortcut is a path up the mountain cutting across the tea estates.

Pretty hard to miss. The road branched into two a little later with one path going flat around the mountain while the other went up the mountain. I will make sure you are prepared for an amazing time! Once at the top, set up camp, light a bonfire, and enjoy the natural light show of tons stars sparkling in the night sky. The best is yet to come! The morning sunrise is a beautiful reminder of how amazing life is! Spot a couple of different species of orchids as well at the top. On the way back down, visit the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka called Bambarakanda. Have a refreshing bath at the natural swimming pool available at the bottom of the waterfall. Now you are set to go!

Food before and after the experience available at a local village. For the rest of our time together, I can personalize the experience around your needs and requests.


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