This isn't a snake farm but a conservation centre.
The family have owned the property for 200 years and it was started by the current proprietors grandfather.
It now offers free herbal medicines to combat snake bites, which if i quote the owner correctly, kill 2000 people annually in Sri Lanka.
We went with our kids 6, 10 and 11 and loved it. We got to hold a phython and tree snake amongst others and saw a russells viper and black and white cobras aswell as spiders and scorpions outside of there cages which was a spine tingling experience.
This was the first time I'd experienced these snakes up close and personal and it was an amazing experience.
I cant believe those people who are so tight they can't donate less than £10 for the privilege, when they provide such a valuable service to the community and look after such magnificent creatures so well. They have to be fed! But then you'll always get people who expect something for nothing. Don't listen to them and experience something you'll remember!
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