The biodiversity and the diverse ecosystems make Sri Lanka the top destination for eco-tourism.
The Knuckles Range is one of the most interesting and important places and so also called the Knuckles Conservation Forest.
It is an UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.
The range is home to up to 1033 plant species of which 15% are endemic, 128 Bird species of which 17 are endemic, 31 mammal species, 20 amphibians and 53 different reptile species which some characters as the leaf nosed lizard which is also endemic to this range.
You can still find leopards and at some areas elephants.
We have made it our mission to protect this still untouched part of Sri Lanka and try to create an awareness of this sensitive ecosystem.