Ramboda Waterfall gave a more different experience to all of our voyages we made throughout. The way it is situated and flows, the maintenance of it and to the crowd that comes to visit all were different.
Firstly it is maintained by the local government body over there, this mostly includes the roads that goes to the top. Secondly you have to give a fee and purchase a ticket to enter there which was also the first time it happened and there were a lot crowd that it puts other waterfalls to shame.
The biggest difference was indeed the waterfall. Instant of instant impact the waterfall flowed in several layers, in fact when I first saw I was pretty underwhelmed but as we climbed the hill we realized the waterfall goes on and and on which made it truly majestic. This is quite different from what we experienced instead of instant impact we were exposed to in other waterfalls, this was more of a slow burn. The waterfall generally felt gentle however it was the dry season and during the rainy season it is more likely to be violent.
It is a tall waterfall and you can take a dip in any level of it, we made it to the top of the cleared pathway, after which the road ends, whether it is allowed to climb further must be clarified with the local authorities stationed below, and it was the perfect place in the sense that it was actually considerably less crowded to what we saw below. The water was clear and we faced with the usual waterfall spectacle we initially anticipated. It also felt like it flowed from everywhere, you got the main waterway but there were also much smaller waterways joining and separating from the main body and also seemed to flow from everywhere. This waterfall was indeed a special experience and is recommended even if the crowds make it less of an attraction.