Indulge in the tropical ambiance of Sri Lanka's magnificent rainforests. The pearl-shaped island's unrivaled charm is exemplified by its rugged paths, soaring trees, gushing rivers, endemic wildlife, and sparkling waterfalls.
With the largest concentration of endemic flora and fauna in the country, Sri Lanka's rainforests now occupy just 2% of the land area, down from the previous 26%. Sinharaja Forest Reserve is the largest lowland rainforest in Sri Lanka, and has been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Peak Wilderness Sanctuary, and Knuckles are two of the others.