Wet Zone

Being primarily an agricultural civilization life in Sri Lanka depends on the availability of rainwater. The mountains and the southwestern part of the country, known as the ‘wet zone,’ receive ample rainfall with an annual average of 2500 millimeters. This gives the area a lush tropical feel, teaming with biodiversity and offering visitors an inimitable collage of island life.

Wet Zone

Kitulgala Sri Lanka

Kitulgala Sri Lanka

Kitulgala is a small, scenic town to the west of the island and it is one of the wettest regions,...

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Hatton Sri Lanka

Hatton Sri Lanka

Hatton is the archetypal colonial town, in fact the area gets its name from a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.Situated at...

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