Have you ever visited a Bio diversity hotspot in the world? This is your opportunity. Sri Lanka has been announced as a biodiversity hotspot because of the high concentration of deferent echo systems and large amount of flora and fauna spices. Sri Lanka is one of the best places you can see both world largest land and sea mammal. Number of national parks, cloud forests, rain forests, grasslands, wetlands, and……many more provide amazing opportunities to achieve your nature dreams.
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Our very first day of the tour, we stay at negambo where just 10 km from the airport. It is a modest beach town with a stasch of decent hotels and restaurants. Negombo defines a multicultural society and a lively beach being the entrance, a wide range of seafood cuisines are demanding along the hotels near the beach. So, experience the ultimate seafood and classical beaches in the city.
Willpaththu is the largest and the oldest national park in Sri Lanka and is among the top national parks world-renowned for its leopards population. The unique feature of this park is the existence of around 106 natural sand rimmed water basins. Willpaththu is very famous among the bird watchers because of large density of bird verities.
Rising dramatically from the central plains, the enigmatic rocky outcrop of Sigiriya is perhaps Sri Lanka’s single most dramatic sight. Near-vertical walls soar to a flat-topped summit that contains the ruins of an ancient civilisation, thought to be once the epicentre of the short-lived kingdom of Kassapa, and there are spellbinding vistas across mist-wrapped forests in the early morning.
Sri Lanka’s central mountains have recently been included as one of Unesco’s world heritage site and craggy, biodivers Knuckles range forms a key part of that recognition. This massif is home to pockets of rear mountain and cloud forest, and offers fine hiking and bird watching possibilities. This rugged highland region remains relatively unknown to foreign visitors and is one of the best are in the hill country to get off the beaten tourist path.
This is the most diversified park in Sri Lanka. Samba deer, bird species and many other restricted species live in this park. There are 24 species of mammals, 87 species of birds, 09 species of reptiles and 08 species of amphibians. Around 750 species of plants belonging to 20 families are beautified the park. In addition, World’s End and Baker’s falls add more stunning view to the park. Further, it has a long history which provides the evidence of stone tools belongings to Balangoda era.