This breathtaking waterfall is located near Ginigathhena town in the beautiful Nuwara Eliya district. The height of this waterfall is about 98m, it is about 8m in width and it has achieved 18th place among the waterfalls in Sri Lanka. This waterfall is fed by Kehelgamu Oya, a tributary of Kelani River. This waterfall is at the end of Aberdeen estate. For that reason, this waterfall may have been called Aberdeen Falls.
The wall of Aberdeen falls has a solid layer of rock and there is a belief among the people that behind this waterfall wall there is a tunnel that extends to Laxapana Falls. The place where the waterfall falls has very large sand flats and is shallow, but these sand flats collapse from time to time, so this place is in a dangerous situation.
There are two grant ways to travel to this waterfall from Ginigathhena town.
- You can reach the upper part of the waterfall by coming from Ginigathhena town on
the Ella Uda Theniagala road.
- This place can be reached by coming from Kalaveldeniya road from Kalugala.
This place, which has attracted a lot of people, has been prepared in such a way that it can be easily reached and a platform has also been prepared so that this waterfall can be well viewed. Several other tourist attractions can be seen around this place.