Sinharaja RainforestAn eco-wonderland
Trek through Sinharaja Rainforest, the last primary tropical rainforest in Sri Lanka and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the diverse variety of flora and fauna that thrives here, from giant squirrels to toque macaques.
Distance 115 km
Hiking Season – Year around
Distance – 115 km
Comfortable footwear and casual clothing are required.
Explore the rugged beauty of Sinharaja Rainforest with our expert guide.
- Swim in a fresh water stream near a cascading waterfall.
- Traditional Sri Lankan food will be provided before entering the forest.
- Explore the exotic flora and fauna.
- Guided trek with a naturalist.
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