Sinharaja Rain Forest Day Tour

Sinharaja Rain Forest Day Tour. Discover diverse wildlife and lush landscapes along with Immerse yourself in biodiversity and natural beauty.

At a Glance

Sinharaja Forest Reserve Biodiversity

The enchanting Sinharaja Forest Reserve, nestled in Sri Lanka, is a treasure trove of natural wonders. Recognized as a Biosphere Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it stands as an international emblem of ecological significance. Its pristine wilderness remains a sanctuary for numerous endemic species, earning it the distinction of being the last flourishing expanse of primary tropical rainforest in the country. Over 60% of its trees are unique to this haven, while elusive inhabitants such as the purple-faced langur and an array of endemic birds, including the spirited Sri Lanka blue magpie, thrive within its verdant embrace.

Rich Flora, Trails, and Wildlife

Embracing an area of 18,900 acres, the Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a natural masterpiece where thriving flora and fauna intertwine. Verdant trails lead intrepid explorers to the peaks of Moulawella and Sinhagala, offering a glimpse into the heart of this rainforest realm. This habitat, with its undulating terrain and crystal-clear streams, is a refuge for a multitude of species. Indigenous birds like the Ceylon Grey Hornbill and Sri Lanka Spur fowl dance amidst the canopy, while giant squirrels and the purple-faced leaf monkey traverse the jungle’s lush tapestry. Among its unique features are endemic reptiles like the green pit viper and remarkable tree frogs.

Conservation and Sustainable Approach

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is not merely a sanctuary; it’s a beacon of conservation. Spanning the picturesque Sabaragamuwa and Southern provinces, its significance extends beyond its breathtaking beauty. The need to preserve its delicate balance calls for a harmonious coexistence between nature and local communities. A participatory approach empowers residents to partake in its safeguarding, emphasizing sustainable development for the buffer and peripheral zones. As visitors tread the trails and experience the sanctuary’s magnificence, the imperative to ensure responsible tourism becomes clearer. It’s a collective responsibility to protect this haven, preventing harm from encroachments that could mar its pristine allure.

Some Points of Interest
  • Maha Hedaya – A Medicinal Plant
  • The Senkanda Cave
  • Kodimale
  • Pus Wela
  • Lover’s Walk
  • The Pond
  • The Marble Seat
  • Begin the journey early in the morning.
  • Have snacks on the way and head to Deniyaya.
  • Enjoy a walk in Sinharaja Rain Forest.
  • Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Sinharaka Forest Trekking

Package includes:
  • English-speaking guide (or guide in specific language upon client request)
  • Comfortable air-conditioned transportation
  • 2 × 500ml water bottles per person
  • Authentic Sri Lankan fruit tasting experience”
Not included:
  • Entrance tickets
  • Cost for trekkers
  • Lunch or any meals

Please be aware that these tours are currently primarily available for departure and return from Colombo and Negombo only. If you are located in other areas, kindly inform our operators during your conversation.

Tour Price:

  • The listed price on Google is for each person sharing the tour with another participant.
  • Each tour requires a minimum of 2 participants to proceed.

Published Rates:

  • The rates on Google are based on tours starting and ending in Colombo city.
  • If the starting and ending points differ, the price may vary accordingly.

Inclusions and Exclusions:

  • Make sure to thoroughly read about what is included and excluded in each tour package. This will help you have a clear understanding of what to expect during your adventure.
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