Considered as the finest virgin tropical rain forest areas in Asia, Sinharaja rain forest holds a very important place with high endemism and as a refuge to many endangered species of fauna and flora. The park located in south-west Sri Lanka with more than 60% of the trees being endemic and rare, is also with a very high percentage of endemic wildlife – especially birds. The reserve is also home to over 50% of Sri Lanka’s endemic species of mammals and butterflies, as well as many kinds of insects, reptiles and rare amphibians. Declared as a World heritage site by UNESCO and one of the top 20 bio diversity hotspots in the world offers a glimpse of what the island would have been years ago with a large rain forest cover. Safaris and nature treks can be done at the park now with experienced and knowledgeable naturalist

Uniqueness of Sri Lanka

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  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka
  • Uniqueness of Sri Lanka