Mora Trace is a popular landmark of Matura where, besides being known for the conservation of leather-back turtles, there are many rivers. The new extension to the Mora Trace Road facilitates access to the river, which is now appealing to adventurers. The meandering river and the occurrence of braiding in the river caused fractured bands of rock to form wonderfully carved nylon pools. Villages alone are aware of these captivating basins. Where the river sub-divides into two tributaries, one can opt to explore further upstream, and there is even a twenty foot waterfall at the the left tributary.