The Rainforests cover 124,340.8 ha (480.1 sq mi) altogether and records for 2.14 percent of Sri Lanka’s land area.Wet monsoon forests get 2,500– 1,800 mm (98– 71 in) of yearly precipitation and are arranged below 1,000 meters (3,281 ft) of elevation. Kanneliya, Viharakele, Nakiyadeniya, and Sinharaja, which is a world legacy site are the forests that speak to this ecoregion. Bambarabotuwa, Morapitiya Runakanda, Gilimale and Eratne are a portion of the other forests reserves. Even rainfall consistently, and perpetual temperature brought about rich biodiversity. These woods likewise go about as a critical catchment territory for rivers.Sri Lanka’s montane forests are situated over 1220 m. The montane rain forests cover 3099.5 ha altogether, or 0.05 percent of Sri Lanka’s aggregate range. These forests are found in the mountain ridges, for example, Pidurutalagala, Kikilimana, Meepilimana, Agrabopaththalawa, Adam’s Peak and Hakgala. In bring down heights, at elevations going 1000– 1500 m, submontane forests happen; those forests represent 1.04 percent of the country’s range, totalling 65,793.3 ha.