Sri Lanka has an array of wild life scope where the tourists can observe a myriad of birds, wild animals, reptiles, rare species of wild flora, reservoirs, lakes, rivers, mountains and all the god created nature to give you a world of novel experiences. Our specially designed wildlife tours include a number of destinations where you can have the ultimate wild life experience.
Arrival at the Bandaranayake International Airport. Staying overnight at a three star hotel in Colombo and you can visit these places.
After an early breakfast you will set out to Yala: which is the second largest national park in Sri Lanka. In this park you can observe aquatic birds, Sri Lankan elephants, leopards and a wide range of other wild animals. Spending the night in a 3 stars hotel equipped with all the necessary facilities.
Visiting Kumana Bird Sanctuary early morning and joining the Jeep Safari to see a variety of birds. A large number of migratory waterfowl and wading birds can be observed in the park. Staying the night at a 3 stars hotel with all the necessary facilitates.
Setting out to Udawalawa early. Udawalawa is a sanctuary for wild animals exiled by the construction of the Udawalawe reservoir on the Walawe River. Observing the natural habitat of the elephants and having a relaxed evening in the hotel observing the sun set.
The morning of the 5th day is to be spent in Galle exploring all the uniquely historical places in the Dutch Galle Fort. The evening will be spent in Hikkaduwa where you can enjoy the water sports you like or simply enjoy the burning sun and the beach.
In the Southern region of Sri Lanka lies the Galle district. Balpitiya is a little town in the district and would be quite unimportant; except for the location of a river. The Madu River is very rich in biodivesity. It passes through the wet zone of Sri Lanka opening up into the large Madu Lagoon on its way to the Indian Ocean.
You are taken to the Negambo and in the evening to Bandaranayake International Airport to return to your country and bye bye to Sri Lanka.