Sinharaja Bird watching

Sinharaja rain forest is home to 186 bird species and out of the 34 endemic bird species, 29 have recorded from Sinharaja. Apart from Birds 3-4 Elephants, around 15 Sri Lankan Leopards also recorded from Sinharaja Rain Forest. The most common larger mammal is the endemic purple-faced langur. Reptiles include the endemic green pit viper and hump-nosed vipers, and there are a large variety of amphibians, especially tree frogs. Invertebrates include the endemic common birdwing butterfly and the inevitable leeches.

Sinharaja Bird Waves in the lowland rain forests of Sri Lanka are the largest mixed species feeding flocks of birds in the world. The Sinharaja Bird Wave average 42 individuals. As many as 59 species of birds have been recorded as participants in the waves.


Our rates

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(per person)

70 USD 48 USD 40 USD 37 USD 35 USD  33 USD



  • Refreshments with energy slabs.
  • Entrance tickets.
  • Tour guide and support staff.
  • Any transportation up to the trail head at Sinharaja Forest Reserve.
  • Any additional beverages or food, would ordered extra.

Tour Plan

1 Tour Itinerary
  • Arriving at the Sinharaja rain forest entrance by 6.00 A.M
  • Brief description about the park and the nature trails of the park.
  • Starting the bird watching tour/trekking at 6.15 a.m.
  • Photography and spotting the rare birds in Sinharaja
  • Reaching the bird research center by 10.00 a.m.
  • Refreshments
  • Reaching the Sinharaja entrance gate by 11.45 a.m.
  • Refreshments
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