Located in the South Western part of the island, the lowland Rain Forests are made up of over 150 species of trees, and over 250 types of tree frogs!
Is the home of Sri Lanka's greatest wildlife. It is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. Residents of the park include elephants, leopards, water buffaloes and 44 species of mammals.
Strategically situated on the West Coast, Colombo is the commercial and cultural capital of Sri Sri Lanka.
Some high-lights include:
• Gangarama Sima Malaka
• National Museum
• Race Course Complex
• Diyatha Uyana, Diyawannawa
• Ape Gama