Alidona Falls is also known as Aberdeen Waterfall on the Kehelgamuwa River. It is a 98 m (322 ft) high waterfall that joins the Maskeli River at Kalugala before flowing into the ocean through the Kelani River. It lies near Ginigathena in the Nuwara Eliya district in the Central Province of Sri Lanka.
In the distant past, this waterfall was known as the 'Alidona' waterfall. The name 'Aberdeen' was given to a nearby tea estate during colonial times when it was under the control of a foreign plantation empire. Today, the 'Ali Dona' waterfall is familiar to the people of our country known as Aberdeen Falls.
How to get to Aberdeen Waterfall
Take a bus from Norton Bridge to Kalawelldeniya and walk for about 1 km from the 3 rd milepost, but be aware of the wild terrain and abundance of leeches (Hirundine spp). Third, begin in Ginigathhena town and travel to Ella Uda. Aberdeen Falls can be seen from afar when arriving in Hulanwanguwa Alagala village.