Beragala is a small town in Sri Lanka. It is located in Badulla District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka. It is located 183 km away from Colombo along the A4 Highway. The area is known for its natural environment, as well as for landslides. Hotel in 3-star view Hotel. Wether in 22 °C.
- Diyaluma Falls Koslanda
- Bambarakanda Falls
- Koslanda Falls
- A4 Highway, Colombo-Ratnapua-Balangoda-Beragala-Koslanda-Wellawaya-Pottuvil-Batticaloa (Route 99)
- A16 Road, Beragala-Hali-ela
About Badulla District
Badulla is the capital of Uva Province in Sri Lanka. Badulla is located on the southeast of Kandy, almost encircled by the Badulu Oya River, about 680 meters (2200 ft) above sea level and is surrounded by tea plantations. The town is overshadowed by the Namunukula range of mountains. Badulla is about 230km away from Colombo towards the eastern slopes of central hills of Sri Lanka.
Special places in Badulla:* Muthiyangana temple
* Dhowa temple
* Bogoda ancient wooden bridge
* Rawana water falls
About Uva Province
The Uva Province is Sri Lanka's second least populated province, with 1,187,335 people, created in 1896. It consists of two districts called Badulla and Moneragala The provincial capital is Badulla. Uva is bordered by Eastern, Southern and Central provinces. Its major tourist attractions are Dunhinda Falls, Diyaluma Falls, Rawana Falls, the Yala National Park (lying partly in the Southern and Eastern Provinces) and Gal Oya National Park (lying partly in the Eastern Province). The Gal Oya hills and the Central Mountains are the main uplands, while the Mahaweli and Menik rivers and the huge Senanayake Samudraya and Maduru Oya Reservoirs are the major waterways in Uva province.