After breakfast travel towards Ratnapura and visit Sinharaja Rain forest for a trekking tour. On arrival to the region you will check in to your jungle retreat and then proceed to explore the mesmerizing Singhraja Forest. Sinharaja Rainforest is an 18,899 hectare region of virgin rain forest and is a UNESCO world heritage. Today sadly this is the largest remaining rainforest reserve in Sri Lanka. Visitors can trek through this refreshing tropical lowland rainforest and expect to discover Sambar, Leopards, Purple-faced Langurs, Barking Deer and over 147 recoded bird species. The best time to visit the Sinharaja Forest Reserve is from August to September and January to March. The former logging roads provide the best access for prime birding in Sinharaja where a mixed species bird flock and give you with a mouthwatering selection which include Orange-billed Babbler, Crested Drongo, Red-faced Malkoha, Ashy-headed Laughing Thrush, Green-billed Coucal, Lesser Yellownape, Orange Minivet, Indian Scimitar Babbler, Black-naped Monarch, Yellow-fronted Barbet, White-faced Starling, Sri Lanka Spurfowl, Yellow-browed Bulbul, Bronze-winged Pigeon, Spot-winged Thrush, Sri Lanka Myna, Legge’s Flower pecker, Brown-backed Needle tail, Green Imperial Pigeon, Sri Lanka Blue Magpie, Chestnut-backed Owlet, Sri Lanka Frogmouth, Scaly Thrush, Sri Lanka Hanging Parrot, Black-throated Munia, Layard’s Parakeet, Black Eagle, Crested Goshawk, Dark-fronted Babbler and Velvut-fronted Nuthatch. As the dusk falls we look for the sub-continental endemic Sri Lanka Frogmouth.
Overnight stay near the forest.