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Makandawa Forest Reserve: Tours & Tickets

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| Yatiyantota D.S, Kithulgala South GS division, Kitulgala, Sri Lanka
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I took the boat across the river three times and the followed clear paths into the forest . The paths wind up and down through the forest providing a good work out in the humid conditions . I saw a good variety of birds and on an evening night walk heard both the endemic
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Huge range of bird species and excellent, well maintained trails. High price tag for entry and lack of information mars it.
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Stopped off here en route to Colombo on a recommendation of a local person. Our driver managed to get a ‘local guide’ who was told we wanted to see/photograph birds. The guide duly took us to the river for a boat crossing across to the Makadawa Forest Reserve. The guides English
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It is quite a job to get there but the park offers well maintained tracks with a number of different destinations. We walked to the waterfall..which was more like a series of rocky rapids...and had a swim in one of the pools. We walked for about six Ks all up without seeing
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We visited the Reserve during our stay at Kitulgala. There is a large variety of bird life to be seen and photographed. Of course you are walking through a rainforest/jungle so the pathways are rough and require mobility to access steps and inclines, but well worth the effort.
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