UNESCO world heritage site
Sinharaja Rainforest is a botanical paradise, home to a remarkable diversity of plant species. It boasts over 1,000 endemic tree species, many of which are rare and endangered. The forest canopy is dominated by towering trees such as dipterocarps, mesua, and ironwood.
Sinharaja’s fauna is not only ecologically important but also represents a significant part of Sri Lanka’s natural heritage. The dense, untouched forest provides a crucial sanctuary for these species, many of which are endemic or endangered, making it a vital conservation area.
boasts over 1,000 endemic tree species
Damp mysterious and teeming with life, the Sinharaja forest reserve situated 120 KM South East of Colombo, is the last expensive stretch of virgin rainforest on the island. At just over 11000 hectares, line across the wet zone the Southern edge of the hill country, Sinharaja is an ecological treasure trove. It is staggering array of flora and fauna place it among the top bio diversity hotspot in the world.
Sinharaja Forest Reserve – A UNESCO world heritage site – encompasses the largest single swath of remaining low land tropical rain forest in the country.
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