Idalgashinna Railway Station is also a major tourist attraction.It is located at a very high altitude above sea level. Idalgashinna Railway Station is located in the middle of the Haputale Namunukula Range in the Badulla District of the Uva Province.Idalgashinna railway station is located on a steep hillside on both sides.The specialty of this railway station is that the rain water falling on the roof joins the Mahaweli River on one side and the Walawe River on the otherOn a clear day you can see from this station to the South Seas! It is said that the light of the Dondra Lighthouse is seen on the stage of this railway station at night.A mixed Sinhala-Tamil people live in Idalgashinna.Below the railway station you can see the Government Tamil School.From here you can see Idalgashinna Mountain behind the Ohiya side.There are long and dark bing houses that are invisible at both ends.

There are tea plantations or pine groves in every aspect of the ever-foggy environment.Get off at the train station and walk a short distance on the concrete road near the sub post office.The mountain is often used by both men and women for night camping as it is easy to reach.Rail hiking should be done with the permission of the Railway Department.Idalgashinne Tea cultivation has been in operation since 1984.Add a beautiful memory to your life by seeing the beauty of Idalgashinna.

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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 , 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.

Badulla and surroundings are highly recommended for eco-tourists as Horton Plains National Park and the Knuckles mountains are few hours away.

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 FallsDiyaluma FallsRawana 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.