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Uva is bordered by Eastern, Southern and Central Provinces and consists of two districts: Badulla and Monaragala. Which is also a major tourist attraction and a popular destination among the adventurous crowd of Sri lanka as well as foreigners, as the Uva’s symbolic mountain is Namunukula which stands tallest of the mountain range that surrounds the Badulla town, Dunhinda falls, Diyaluma Falls, Rawana Falls and one of the main National Parks (Yala National Park ) is situated. Furthermore the Mahaweli and Menik rivers and Senanayake and Maduru Oya reservoirs are the major waterways. The area has a cooler surrounding and a rich biodiversity with a wide variety of flora and fauna. The WaterFalls in this province has helped many of the locals to earn an income by being tourist guides to the expats as Dunhida and Diyaluma are famous camping sites. Bandarawela is another famous city situated in the Uva province, and has a mild climatic condition throughout the year. This city is popular among the masses for holidaying.During the British rule, the city underwent rapid development especially the infrastructures and human resources due to tea plantations and migration of the British and local people to the area. In the present the majority of women earn a livelihood by working at tea plantations as tea pluckers. Welimada is another popular town in the Badulla District. Welimada district is well known for potatoes and vegetables, there's a great demand for the potatoes grown in welimada and the Welimada potatoes because of the high quality. The places of interest are Div urumwela Old Temple, Sthripura Caves, and Bomburu Ella. The Sthripura Cave consists of a series of three caves which are known to have been used by the King Rawana of Sri Lanka to hide the abducted princess Seetha.
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