Accredited a UNESCO world heritage site, Singharaja Rain Forest is Sri Lanka’s finest tropical low land rainforest. Boasting a ground span of 18,900 acres, Singharaja is located in the south-west low land wet zone of the island. Singharaja territory holds a series of valleys with an intricate network of streams that possess true splendor of unblemished nature. Portraying all characteristics of a tropical wet evergreen forest, Singharaja consists of exquisite weather and impeccable climate conditions. The forest offers a huge diversity of species both flora and fauna with a large proportion of those being indigenous to Sri Lanka and some more specifically endemic to Singharaja itself.