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Biodiversity Checklist of Jetwing St. Andrew’s

Towering over 1,884 meters above sea level and cradled amidst mist-covered mountains of the central hills massif of Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka, lies Jetwing St. Andrew’s (Latitude- 6.979587 Longitude-80.763823). A model wetland was designed and developed at this hotel to… Continue Reading →

Sri Lankan Sand Boa – an uncommon, non-venomous snake species found in Yala

The only Sri Lankan member of the reptile Family Boidae, the Sri Lankan Sand Boa (Gongylophis conicus brevis) is a small but stout species which only grows up to approximately 0.5 m in length. They are relatively shorter than the… Continue Reading →

Reptile Diversity of Jetwing St. Andrew’s

Sri Lanka has a very high biodiversity and is one of the 34 hot spots in the world. The island also possesses a large number of endemic and relict reptile fauna. The Indian subcontinent and the Malayan region have been… Continue Reading →

Explore Negombo Lagoon and Muthurajawela Wetland

Muthurajawela – the largest saltwater coastal peat bog in Sri Lanka, is located on the west coast between the Negombo lagoon and Kelani River. It is one of the island’s most important wetland habitats and together with the Negombo lagoon… Continue Reading →

Morning bird watching walk with Jetwing Vil Uyana Resident Naturalist

Jetwing Vil Uyana is located in Rangirigama, which has become known as a haven for birders with over 120 recorded species. The resident naturalist will lead you on a bird watching tour — a treat for your eyes and ears. Images © Chaminda… Continue Reading →

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