At the end of the hike you will see a rock at the top of the mountain. You will have to go through a 90 degree climb up to reach the top. There is two ways to climb this part. One is to trust yourself and climb up without having any help. Second way is to use a rope. We prefer the second. But no offense in following your heart.
Nature has gifted an image with the panorama of cascading water-falls, luxuriant meadows and intriguing scenery. You usually see this Bible Rock from Kandy road in a journey passing Kadugannawa. Rock stands in mountainous horizon with a flat surface and it doesn’t take a second to identify the Bible rock.
Forming a beautiful stretch of mountains sitting beyond the city of Matale, anyone would be obliged to drive ahead till you reach the top. One can experience clouds covering up the area and then passing off at Riverston area making the air so cool. This place is a huge traveler’s attraction though yet unknown and hidden to the world.
Kanneliya gets the highest rain fall from December to February and this time is considered as the best time to visit. You will see the water streams that are running through the forest making whitish cascades of water and forming milky foam. During rainy days, trails through the forest are a bit challenging with leeches.
In early in the morning you can experience a beautiful sunrise from the top of the mountain. You will get to see a spectacular view of the golden sun rays that touches the peak and the surrounding clouds. This place can be considered as a symbol of harmony as pilgrims with different beliefs join together for one journey.
Sinharaja Forest is home to many of species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, deer, mammals and insects. Most of the species are endemic to Sri Lanka. Every year this list is updated by adding new species as more species are discovered within the rain forest. The most significant thing about Sinharaja is this high attentiveness of endemic species of plants and animals.
You can explore this amazing piece of land with “Trips Lanka” and get a thrilling time to see some animals face-to-face. We will take you through this beautiful park and bring you closer to Mother Nature. You will see rare species of birds, endemic animals and elephants during this tour.
This stunning park is also considered as one of the oldest national parks in Sri Lanka. Come and explore this wild life park with us as we give you the chance to enjoy the sight of countless birds and other animals. We promise to take you on a jeep ride across the park giving the opportunity to capture breathtaking landscapes.
Yala plays a very significant role in conserving a large number of animal and plant species in the country. Some species are endemic to Sri Lanka. Yala is also home to many species of birds such as crimson-fronted barbet, grey hornbill and Sri Lanka wood pigeon. Yala is also famous for its historical and religious importance.
Herds of Sri Lankan elephants in Udawalawa is the main attraction of the park giving a spectacular sight to the travelers. And certainly it is the reason to so many to visit the park. Elephants roam around the park making interactions with their members. These majestic and playful giants have their own culture to be maintained within their herds.