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SINHARAJA RAIN FOREST is a world heritage and bio diversity hotspot which is also a major eco tourism destination in Sri Lanka. It is one of the few virgin forests left in the world. This evergreen rain forest, a UNESCO World heritage site, is one...more
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We had a guided walk through the reserve for a morning. We bought the leech socks (much needed!) though the leeches just climb up your trousers and get through your T-shirt.
The walk takes a few hours and along the way you can spot a...More
We visited the rainforest first thing in the morning (it opens at 6:00 a.m.), as suggested by our hotel for the best chance to see wildlife before it gets too hot. We did a 4/5-hour hike with a great guide who took the time to...More
Reaching the entrance of the park is an experience of it's own. Had to get there by a 4X4 provided by the owner of Sinharaja Eco lodge. We booked a tour thru him and he provided a very fantastic guide Hemal who speaks good English...More
Easy accessible, good car park. Need license to get into the park. Must- ask a local guide to help you along the trails. They spot animals and flowers you otherwise miss. The more enthusiastic you get, the more they show you. There are also booklets...More
Went for a walk within the forest together with one of the local guides/ park rangers that are available at the forest entrance. Amazing to walk within the forest and see all the tall trees, butterflies and flowers. You could notice that the guide was...More
So my family and I visited here with our guide. We paid an entrance fee which included the services of a forest guide too. He did not speak English but our guide was luckily able to translate. He pointed out wildlife; we saw a snake,...More