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Dambatenne Waterfall No. 11 B Haputale

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Hidden : 3/5/2010
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Welcome to the Dambatenne tea estate. The best Sri Lankan tea shall come from this mountains. Indeed, it´s delecious! The Dambatenne tea factory has been bought and developed by Sir Thomas Lipton in 1890. Above the factory is the Samimale Rock temple and a cave. Opposite is the 1905 m high Lipton Seat. 300 m below this factory, the monoculture of tea bushes changes to the natural flora and fauna of Sri Lanka. That´s where we have our cache.

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ba n gerr

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • 1. Dambatenne 11 B Waterfall11 B is the tea field number and location of this waterfall. In dry season easy to climb around but after rainfall a powerfull stream.
  • 2. Dabatenne 11 B - bush knife safariSince our last box got lost (after heavy rainfalls) we thought to find a better place inside the green. It´s a short but thorny way and you need to balance alongside the cliff of a 50 m deep abyss.

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