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- Why Nkar
Sri Lanka is one of the best bird watching spots in the world. Among the 427 recorded species, 250 are resident and 33 are endemic to this paradise island. With such a variety of environments ranging from wet to dry zone, forest to jungle, and hill country to low lands, there’s no end to the fascinating locations in which to spot many of these beautiful birds.
You will be picked up and proceed to Sinharaja Rain Forest the biodiversity hotspot of Sri Lanka where you are to picture the rich bird fauna. For the bird lovers who wish to see all 33 endemic bird species, Sinharaja is the best spot for that.
Sinharaja Rain Forest is a world heritage site, which can also be described as a Tropical Lowland Rainforest or Tropical Wet Evergreen Forest. Sinharaja rain forest occupies 118425 acres in the wet zone of Sri Lanka. Sinharaja is declared as a biosphere reserve in 1978 owing to its significance for the world. It is also declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1988 and Sinharaja is the first natural world heritage site on the island. This lowland evergreen rain forest is steeped in deep legend and mystery. Sinharaja rain forest is shared by 3 provinces in Sri Lanka namely Southern province, Western province and Sabaragamuwa province.
After an exciting expedition before you head back enjoy a relaxed Garden Lunch
|Pick Up Location||Pick Up Times|
|Hikkaduwa – Galle||06.00 A.M|
|Koggala & Ahangama||06.00 A.M|