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Sinharaja Forest Reserve

The Sinharaja forest reserve covers several different provinces and districts in the country and is a national park and a biodiversity hotspot. The forest reserve gained international significance after having been designated a biosphere reserve and world heritage site by the UNESCO organization. The reserve stretches approximately twenty-two kilometers from East to West and seven kilometers from North to South. Despite its compact size, the Sinharaja Forest Reserve is abundant in endemic species that includes insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals and trees.

Distance from Saman Villas

80 Kilometers

Location

South-West area of Sri Lanka

Sinharaja Forest Reserve