Looming large over the Dumbara Valley, the Knuckles Mountain Range would offer thrill seekers plenty of space to go trekking and sightseeing within its surroundings. Capture sights of indigenous plants and wildlife as you head off into the distance only to arrive at a local tea factory. Here one may learn as to how Sri Lanka’s favourite beverage is manufactured.
Strap yourself up and be prepared to be taken across the rapids of Kithulgala which caters to the diverse interests of the white water rafting aficionado. Begin your journey upstream and move along taking in the sceneries of a jungle habitat while indulging in one action packed experience designed for the adventurer at heart.
The sight of mist shrouded grasslands would greet you upon arriving at Horton Plains National Park in the chilly central highlands of Sri Lanka. Home to tourist hotspots such as Baker’s Falls and the World’s End, Horton Plains covers an area of 3,160 hectares where 128 species of fauna and almost 750 species of plant life reside amidst grasslands & montane forests, making this spot unique.
Translating to the ‘Kingdom of the Lion,’ the virgin rainforest of Sinharaja will lead you on a journey which is filled with plenty to see. Encounter flocks of colourful birds and majestic mammals as you wander down lush jungle paths. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sinharaja spans an area of around 21 kms from east to west and is a rich storehouse of endemic plants, birds, butterflies & amphibians.