Diyakerella is an awesome waterfall 3 km upstream of Meemure, the most famous village of Knuckles Range. The name literally translates to "dissolving waterfall". The 45 m tall main cascade of Diyakerella can be reached within one hour. The idyllic forest path, shadowed by thick foliage, runs along the stream of the valley, which is a tributary of the Heen Ganga. The hike from Meemure to Diyakerella is without steep inclines. However, hikers have to cross the stream twice on the way to the waterfalls, this means altogether four times, because there is no alternative route for the way back. Like in most parts of Knuckles Range, leeches occur in large numbers.
There are more cascades further uphill, but they cannot be reached without some basic mountaineering efforts. However, with professional help some visitors do indeed manage to reach the top of the cliff of the waterfalls, because abseiling adventures are on offer at Diyakerella. But there is no permant rope at the cliff and most of the time you can enjoy the waterfalls undisturbed by other visitors.