Sri Lanka’s wildlife is as varied as the island itself, ranging from elephants and leopards to egg-laying turtles and a huge variety of birds. With 12 per cent of the country designated for wildlife protection it is easy to get a taste of Sri Lankan wildlife. Safari parks and sanctuaries, particularly in the southern and central zones, offer the easiest way to see animals in their natural habitat.
Our representatives will meet and greet you upon your arrival at the airport. You will then transfer to Minneriya national park where you will enjoy a safari. Later on you will transfer to your hotel in Sigiriya and relax throughout the night.
After breakfast, Checkout from your hotel and enjoy a climb to Sigiriya rock fortress, Later on Transfer to Kandy & visit the tooth relic temple / kandy city tour can be arranged. Concluding your tour in Kandy transfer to Nuwara Eliya & check-in at your hotel & relax.
After breakfast at the hotel, you will visit Horton plains natural park, Later on transfer to your hotel & relax.
After breakfast, Checkout from the hotel & transfer to Nanuoya railway station to enjoy your train ride to Ella. Concluding your tour in Ella visit the 9 arch bridge & railway station in demodara. Later on check-in at your hotel & relax.
After breakfast, Checkout from the hotel & transfer to Yala, Enjoy a Yala safari in a 4wd gaming jeep. Concluding your tour in Yala transfer to your hotel & relax
After breakfast, Checkout from your hotel & transfer Tangalle and visit the rekawa turtle convention center, Later on check-in at your hotel & relax.
After breakfast, Checkout from your hotel & proceed to the airport for your scheduled flight timings.
The sea turtles project is one of the turtle hatcheries located along the southern coast, this hatchery is located 3 Km south of the Bentota bridge. These turtle hatcheries were constructed to rescue and protect turtle eggs because of the rapidly declining numbers of marine turtle in Sri Lankan shores. Marine turtle eggs are purchased from the fisherman and re-buried along the beach and left there for 48 days allowing the eggs ample time to hatch.
Beruwala is a small resort town in the south western coastal belt of Sri Lanka. The name Beruwala is derived from the Sinhalese word Beruwala (the place where the sail is lowered). It marks the spot for the first Muslim settlement on the island, established by Arab traders around the 8th century AD. A large population of Sri Lankan Moors, many of them is gem merchants, still live in the town-- particularly in the "China Fort".
It lies on the southeast coast of Sri Lanka, and spans a vast 97,878 hectares over the Southern and Uva Provinces. The vegetation in the Park comprises predominantly of semi-arid thorny scrub, interspersed with pockets of fairly dense secondary forest. Small patches of mangrove vegetation also occur along the coastal lagoons.
Negombo is located approximately 37 km north of commercial capital Colombo in Sri Lanka. It is located at the mouth of the Negombo lagoon. The major beach resort in the West Coast is Negombo. The wide sandy beaches and the safe sea are the major attractions of Negombo and it is perfectly located within the 7 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Sri Lanka.
It is located approximately 200 km south-east of Colombo city and is a major eco tourism destination in Sri Lanka . The 30,821 hectares dry zone game park has an annual rainfall of 1524 mm and an average temperature of 29.4°C.It is most famous for the many elephants that live there (about 400 in total).
Muthurajawela is a marshy land situated in Sri Lanka around 30 km North of Colombo in the Negombo lagoon. This is one of the main tourist attractions in Sri lanka. There are many variates of flora and fauna which are inter-dependant in this coastal ecosystem. Muthurajawela bears staggering species of flora and fauna. Numerically 192 flora and 209 fauna, excluding 102 species of birds have been discovered. Some indigenous floras and faunas have also been found in Muthurajawela marsh.