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Sinharaja Rain Forest

Sinharaja rain forest is great tropical rain forest in Sri Lanka. It is national park and has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is a major eco tourism destination in Sri Lanka. It described as a Tropical Lowland Rain Forest or Tropical …

Batadombalena (The Home of Balangoda Man)

Balangoda man’s home is Batadombalena, a cave in rain forests below Adam’s Peak. There is no access road. It is located four kilometres away from the Kuruvita town in the village of the Waladura. From the beginning the climb showed little difficulties. The foot path …

Duvili Falls- Kaltota

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfhClNHaeKA Duvili Ella is located 185km from the Bandaranayake International Airport and 155km from Colombo city. It is near to Kalthota and Walawe River. It is also called as the Walawe Ganga waterfall. This waterfall is 3km from the Balangoda- Kalthota main road. Duvili falls …

Paramakanda Cave Temple and Thonigala Rock Inscription at Anamaduwa

The momentous Paramakanda Rock Cave Temple and also, the cave monastery lies on the majestic and secretive Paramakanda Rock in Anamaduwa belonging to the Putlam District in north west province. The ruins specify that the once the complex covered the whole rock formation. It is …

Whale & Dolphin Watching in Trincomalee

If you arrive Sri Lanka March to August, you can catch whales and dolphins which are the largest creature of the world at the Trincomalee. One of the most important factors which need to see whales and dolphins is white sandy beach and blue water. …

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