This mysterious protected forest reserve sits on the edge of the highland area in the countries wet zone and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Fed by the surrounding rivers, the ancient forest is home to a vast array of wildlife and has some carefully mapped out routes to suit all levels of hikers
Best time to visit: December- April as well as August and September
Landscape: Made up of a mixture of lowland rainforest and tropical evergreen forest.
Wildlife: The wildlife found here is extremely diverse but given the size and layout, it can be particularly hard to spot the forest’s more elusive animals such as leopards. More commonly sighted animals, however include the purple-faced leaf monkey the Sambar Deer and the Mongoose