Nature lovers who visit Sri Lanka on their holidays should not miss out on a boat ride in the Madu River. It’s not just about the enchanting sceneries, but also about a lot of education about biodiversity.
Madu River is located in the southern part of Sri Lanka within close vicinity to Galle. During your stay at Heritance Ahungalla, you can explore this scenic river and enjoy some authentic moments.
Flora and Fauna
One of the best things about the Madu River, Sri Lanka is the lush mangrove forests that cover all of it. You find many endemic plants here, and it’s home to hundreds of tropical bird species and some crocodiles too. (But don’t worry- these crocodiles will not do any harm)
Take a guided tour (if you wish)
If you are someone interested in biodiversity and ecologies, make sure you say yes to a guided tour. You will then learn a lot about the endemic species flora and fauna, and also a lot about the lifestyles of people around.
After a blissful Madu River safari, you can head to Galle or Mirissa. Both these towns belong to the southern coastline of Sri Lanka.