Nature lovers tour 12 nights and 13 days
- Pick up from airport and proceed to Sinharaja rain forest and stay overnight in the forest lodge
- Sinharaja Rain Forest
- Morning wakeup after which proceed to the jungle for a day of adventure, overnight stay in a campsite or a bungalow
- Jungle for a adventure
- Adventure in the jungle and return back to Sinharaja Rain Forest Lodge
- Adventure in the jungle
- Leave Sinharaja and travel up to Wadduwa while sightseeing the beautiful surroundings
- Thereafter proceed to Udawalawe and visit Wawulpane bats cave. Overnight stay in Udawalawe
- Sinharaja Rain Forest
- Udawalawe National Park
- Waulpane Bats Cave
- Early morning wakeup and proceed to Udawalawe National Park where you find plenty of fauna and flora endemic to Sri Lanka.
- Udawalawe National Park
- Early morning wakeup and proceed to Kumana National Park
- Kumana National Park is renowned for its avifauna, particularly its large flocks of migratory waterfowl and wading birds. The park is 391 kilometers (243 mi) southeast of Colombo on Sri Lanka's southeastern coast. Kumana is situated bordering the Yala National Park.
- Kumana National Park
- Proceed to Yala Tree House, refresh and proceed to the Park, return for overnight stay in a camp or bungalow.
- Yala Tree House
- The Park
- Leave for Yala National Park; proceed with wildlife safari and overnight stay in the park
- Safari in the park
- Proceed to Yala and enjoy Safari in Yala National Park and proceed to Bentota for overnight stay at Bentota Beach Hotel
- Yala National Park
- Experience the Bentota beach and water sports, overnight stay in Bentota
- Bentota Beach
- Water Sports
- Proceed to Dondra Head Lighthouse
- Dondra Head Lighthouse is situated in Dondra Head, near the southernmost point in Sri Lanka It was built in 1889 making it still the tallest lighthouse in Sri Lanka and was designed by Sir James Nicholas Douglass and constructed by William Douglass of the Imperial Lighthouse Service. It is operated and maintained by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority.
- Thereafter visit Vishnu temple in Dondra and Turtle Hatchery and proceed for Madu Ganga safari with overnight stay in Dewundara or Bentota.
- Dondra Head Lighthouse
- Turtles and Madu Ganga safari
- Proceed to the Airport
The Sinharaja Rain Forest situated in the southern province of Sri Lanka is 141 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport. This important biodiversity hotspot with its tropical wet evergreen forest and high endemism is recognized as a UNESCO designated World Heritage site. This virgin forest reserve covering an area of 8,864 hectares is one of the last remaining lowland rainforest areas in the country. Here more than 60% of the trees and 95% of birds are endemic with 50% endemism amongst mammals and butterflies; amongst which are rare, threatened and near extinction species. Some of the larger mammals to be seen here are Leopard, Sambar, Monkey, Fishing Cat, Barking Deer, Jackal and Wild boar. The birds include Ceylon Lorikeet, Layard's parakeet, the rare Sri Lanka Blue Magpie, Red faced Malkoha and Legge's flower-pecker. There are also plenty of smaller endemic mammals, reptiles and amphibian species to be found here.
Udawalawe situated in the border of the Sabaragamuwa and Uva provinces is 228 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport. The Udawalawe nature reserve watered by the Udawalawe River is popularly known as the best place to see large herds of Asian Elephants, sometimes as high as 100 elephants in a herd. The park has also recorded 94 plant, 21 fish, 12 amphibians, 33 reptiles, 184 birds (33 migratory), and 43 mammal species in addition to 135 species of butterflies. Some of the mammals are Sambar Deer, Golden Jackal, Monkeys Fishing cat, Asian Palm Civet and the elusive Leopard. The reptile species include Oriental garden lizards, Mugger crocodiles, Asian water monitors, Bengali monitors, Painted-lip lizards and around 30 species of snakes. Visitors can also the visit the Elephant transit home in the vicinity and see how abandoned baby jumbos are taken care of.
The Kumana Bird Sanctuary is found in the southeastern coast of Sri Lanka at a distance of 208 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport. It is one of the more important and the finest bird sanctuary in the country. Its importance as a nesting and breeding grounds for both endemic and migratory birds is very significant. Of the 400 recorded bird species found in the country, 255 have been recorded in Kumana. One reason for this extensive bird population is the natural mangrove swamps and lagoons within the park. Some of the more popular birds seen here are the large flocks of migratory Waterfowl and Water birds. Also seen here are the mammals and common reptiles such as the Mugger Crocodile, Indian flap-shelled turtle and the Indian black turtle.
Yala is the second largest and most popular National Parks in Sri Lanka. It is situated in the Southern and Uva provinces of Sri Lanka and is 312 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport via the southern expressway. This densely populated jungle with its distinctly different ecosystems makes it a welcome refuge for many species of rare and endemic fauna and flora. However Yala is most popular for the sighting of Leopard and is known as having one of the highest Leopard densities in the world. Yala showcases 44 species of mammals which includes large herds of Asian Elephants, Leopard, Sloth Bear, the rare Red slender loris and Fishing cat, 47 species of reptiles, 21 species of fresh water fish and 215 species of birds.
|Room twin sharing onwards.||Price Negotiable|
- Room with bed and breakfast with twin sharing
- Entrance tickets
- Drivers Bata and guide fees
- Lunch and Dinner