Kurulu Kale -Kegalle
Because of its ecological importance, Kurulukele has been designated as a Man and Biosphere Reserve. This border is located on one side until it reaches the Colombo - Kandy road and on the other until it reaches the Bandaranaike Mawatha.
It is 580-750 meters above sea level. Its size is only 13.2 hectares. A garden called Happy Garden has been established at the entrance to this forest for study and relaxation. Tapovana Aranya Senasana is also located in the middle of the woods. There are about 92 birds in Sri Lanka, of which 33 are endemic to Sri Lanka. There are also 81 types of butterflies, 25 species of reptiles and nine types of snails. There are also many types of local medicines. Many birds, butterflies and reptiles can observe in kurulu Kele.
Located in Kegalle city, this forest is a beautiful laboratory for those studying the environment.