Knuckles is a world heritage forest in Sri Lanka and it offers magnificent views and harbors many species endemic to this forest range.Hiking in this World heritage Knuckles mountain range will be an experience of a lifetime. To name few of the animals endemic to this range: Crestless Lizard (Calotes Leocephalus), Pigmy Lizard (Cophotis ceylonica) and Kangaroo Lizard (Otocryptus Wiegmanni) and are leaf nose lizard (Ceretophora Tennennti). On the ther hand it has many waterfalls and mountain peaks to climb and explore. Knuckles range is home to no less than 200 bird species. Fifteen of these species are endemic to Sri Lanka, they are: Spot Wing thrush, Sri Lankan blue magpie Jungle fowl, Yellow-fronted barbet, small barbet, Sri Lankan warbler, White faced starling, Sri Lanka white-eye, Black headed bulbul, Yellow eared bulbul, dusk blue flycatcher, brown capped babbler and Layard’s parakeet.