Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve is one of the Main National Parks in Sri Lanka Rich with biodiversity. It is considered as the Last Viable area of primary tropical Rain Forest in Srilanka. Sinharaja Provides Home for many rare and endemic trees and wildlife. The fame of Sinharaja is not only for its ecosystems and bio diver diversity but also it is famous for its beautiful natural environment which touches the hearts of many visitors.
Special features in Sinharaja
This hilly Virgin Rainforest belongs to the south-west lowlands in the wet zone of Sri Lanka. It Has been Untouched by people and remained its biodiversity acclaiming the titles of a World Biosphere Reserve in 1978 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Sinharaja is considered as the last viable primary tropical rainforest according to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Sinharaja is a treasure trove for endemic species such as insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals and also trees and plant species. This reserve lies 21km from east to west and 7km from north to south