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Sinharaja Rainforest


Sinharaja Rainforest

Sinharaja Rainforest is home to 48 species of birds including 12 endemics thus presenting birdwatchers with an astonishing range of avifauna to observe. The Sinharaja Rainforest will leave a nature enthusiast quite bedazzled. Birdwatchers particularly will have an astonishing range of avifauna to observe. The rare birds present include the Red-faced Malkoha, the Sri Lanka Blue Magpie, the Ashy-headed Babbler and the White-headed Starling, the Green-billed Coucal is considered the rarest. Perhaps the most interesting feature is the presence of mixed-species foraging bird flocks, which is a phenomenon usually only found in rain forests. 100 flocks have been systematically observed, and studies have revealed that some flocks contained 48 species including 12 endemics.

Suitable for children:

Recommended for 3 years and above.


Approx. 03h (Depending on interest, not inclusive of travel time)



What to wear/bring:

Good shoes, light and comfortable clothing, sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat


Guided visit. If unaccompanied by a guide a tracker can be arranged.

Good to know:

Tour done on foot.

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