Discover Sri Lankan Rain Forests


Rainforests once covered 14% of the earth’s land surface, but that figure has now dropped to a worrying 6% and is still in a diminishing state (scientists predict that the last enduring rainforests could vanish in less than 30 years). Despite this appalling forecast, Sri Lanka has declared all of its rainforests as protected areas, not only to preserve their natural splendor, but to make certain the vital recycling of carbon dioxide into oxygen and shield their rich bio-diversity.

Made up of a hugely intricate configuration of tall trees, a wild wealth of flowers and a infinite range of birds, insects, reptiles and mammals that are all co-dependent on each other, there is no end to what may be revealed during a rainforest exploration in Sri Lanka’s very own Sinharaja Rain forest reserves.