Sinharaja Rain Forest is a world heritage site known as Ramsar rainforest in Sri Lanka it is rich with biodiversity with vast spread varieties. This natural asset bounded with many districts of Sri Lanka and able to enter to a great asset by Galle and Rathnapura districts. The one of the ideal platform to observe the birds such like As the Ceylon Hanging Parrot, Jungle Fowl, Spur Fowl, Brown-capped babbler and Ceylon blue magpie are few of birds easily capture in here. Nature trail spread via small footpaths in the jungle and able to capture amazing animals. Many beautiful flowers able to see in this rainforest and it riches and complex diversity. Many endemic fauna and flora able to find in here. The annual rainfall of Sinharaja Rainforest 3614mm to 5006. The highest rainfall records in monsoon season. Two main nature trails located in Sinharaja Rain Foest and both nature trails begin at Kudawa Conservation Centre. According to IUCN, this rainforest is the extensive primary lowland tropical rainforest. Number of waterfalls available in Sinharaja Rainforest and it is truly amazing.
Yala National Park is one of the largest leopard densities in the world which is the most visited second largest national park in Sri Lanka bordering the Indian Ocean. The park consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public, and also adjoining parks. The park covers 979 square kilometers (378 sq mi).
The Yala National Park is best known for its variety of wild animals including the diversity of aquatic birds, mammals, and reptiles, most importantly the park provides conservative livelihood to its keystone species: elephants and leopards. Visitors will have a high chance to witness leopards then anywhere else in the world as current estimates suggest there are around 70 leopards and as the apex predators in the park.
Sri Lanka is becoming a major spot for watching Whales and Dolphins, The Deep South of Sri Lanka may be one of the world’s best locations (amongst the top two or three) for watching Blue Whales and Sperm Whales, two of the most sought after marine mammals. For seeing both Sperm whales and Blue Whales living together, in fact Sri Lanka may even turn out to be the best location in the world.
The Madu Ganga river is a shallow water body in south-west Sri Lanka. Madu Ganga is possibly one of the last remaining tracts of pristine mangrove forests in Sri Lanka. Together with the smaller Randombe Lake, to which by connecting another two narrow channels, it forms the Madu Ganga wetland. Its estuary and the many mangrove islets on it constitute a complex coastal wetland ecosystem. In has high ecological, biological and aesthetic significance, being home to 303 species of plants belonging to 95 families and to 248 species of vertebrate animals.
Galle area has been classified as an UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is not only a historical city but one that continues to ‘live and breathe’ even today. Galle Fort covers an area of 52 hectares (130 acres) and the important heritage monuments in the fort includes the Dutch Reformed Church with its historic belfry dated 1707 and cast in 1709 that rings every hour, the old Dutch government house, the residence of the Commander, Great Warehouse near the Old Gate built around 1669 to store spices and ship equipment that is now National Maritime Museum, the Old Dutch Hospital, the Meera Mosque built in 1904, the Buddhist temple built at the site of Portuguese Roman Catholic church, the All Saints Anglican Church built in 1871, the 1882 Clock Tower and the 1939 Galle Lighthouse and many more to see.