Sri Lanka is a mesmerizing island that lies nestled amidst the heaving waves of the Indian Ocean. The island is blessed with incredibly beautiful landscapes, a vibrant culture, a rich heritage as well as flourishing biodiversity. Indeed, this paradise island is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world!
Biodiversity refers to the variety of life in all its forms. It include plants, animals and microbes that exist and interact with the various biological communities and ecosystems. The biodiversity in Sri Lanka is indeed a thriving one. The country has 4000 species of flowering plants, 107 species of freshwater fish, 59 species of amphibians. And also 174 species of reptiles, 435 species of birds, 140 species of mammals and species of invertebrates.
You will be able to catch a glimpse of the rich flora and fauna of Sri Lanka as you visit the many famous national parks of the country. Places like Sinharaja Forest Reserve, Horton Plains National Park, Bundala National Park, Yala National Park, Minneriya National Park, Kumana Bird Sanctuary and Wilpattu National Park can be explored while traveling in the country to discover the myriad of marvelous possessions the island has.
If you desire to have comprehensive and informative tours arranged in the country, you can get in touch with Green Holiday Centre. Be sure to read as much as you can about flora and fauna in country before embark on your tours. So you will be able to make your visits quite remarkable!