Nature & Wildlife Tour In Sri Lanka
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About this activity
- Free Cancellation Free cancellation up to 5 day(s) prior departure, after which the tour cancellation policy applies Learn More.
- Duration:7 Day(s)
- Safari Tours
- Wildlife Safari Tours
- Travel StylePremium
- Guiding Type: Live Guide/Instructor
- Guide Language
- Tour Vibe Active
- Recommended For
- Colombo, Sri Lanka
- Age Range 12 - 99 (Years Old)
- Pinnawala Elephant Orphanege
- Yala Safari
- City Tours
Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, has a long history as a port on ancient east-west trade routes, ruled successively by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. That heritage is reflected in its architecture, mixing colonial buildings with high-rises and shopping malls. The imposing Colombo National Museum, dedicated to Sri Lankan history, borders sprawling Viharamahadevi Park and its giant Buddha.Colombo the commercial capital of Sri Lanka and the largest city in Sri Lanka, once served as an important seaport for trade between the East and the West. Situated on the west coast of the country, Colombo is a vibrant and busy urban metropolis that boasts of all the mod-cons of today’s world in addition to some traditions of a bygone era, still alive and waiting to be experienced. The busiest areas of Colombo are definitely the Fort and the Pettah, the key commercial trading hubs. Pinnawala is situated in Sabaragamuwa province, in Sri Lanka which has become famous because of the 1st Asian Elephant Orphanage in the world. We take you to the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage to enjoy the day to day scenario happening in the elephant orphanage which is (Bathing, Feeding) and comes to Kandy through the Mawanella stretch and the Kadugannawa Valley, where a tourist can see the land escapes cultivations of tea, rubber, and spices and a circle around western valley of Sri Lanka. Kandy is Surrounded by mountains, which are home to tea plantations and biodiverse rainforest. The city's heart is scenic Kandy Lake which is popular for strolling. Kandy is famed for sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) shrine, celebrated with the grand Esala Perahera annual procession. This was the last capital of the Sinhala kings whose patronage enabled the Dinahala culture to flourish for more than 2,500 years until the occupation of Sri Lanka by the British in 1815. It is also the site of the Temple of the Tooth Relic (the sacred tooth of the Buddha), which is a famous pilgrimage site, one of the most famous Buddhist temples in the world, which was built to protect the sacred tooth relic thought to belong to Lord Buddha, which has been enshrined in Sri Lanka for hundreds of years As well as a host of other temples, visitors to the city can wander along Kandy Lake, stroll through the stunning Botanical Gardens – created by the British in the 19th century and still one of the most beautiful gardens in Asia.The garden is famous for its countless (4000+) species of plants and trees. It is situated a 15-minute drive west of Kandy, and is a great escape from the city. Climbing the numerous steps to the top seeing the white colossal statue of Buddha named as Bahirawakanda Vihara gives one a sense of peace, serenity and harmony; and a stunning and gorgeous panoramic view of charming Kandy. The cultural show depicts various forms of Kandyan dancing which was once native to the area but has now spread to different regions of the island and the show include of Magul Bera/Puja Netuma/Raban/Mayura Netuma/Pantheru Natuma/Gini Sisila/Ves Natuma(Fire walk). Nuwara Eliya is Sri Lanka’s highest town and a favourite hill station during British colonial times. The town is still touted as ‘Little England’, an illusion maintained by the presence of the Nuwara Eliya Golf Club, a racecourse, the Victoria Park and excellent trout fishing in nearby lakes and rivers. You will find the temperature can drop close to freezing at nights and log fires are a common feature of the many Tudor-style houses. Yala is a national park in Sri Lanka. The reserve covers 979 km², although only the original 141 km² are open to the public. It was established in 1894 as a Game Sanctuary. Much of the reserve is parkland, but it also contains jungle, beaches, freshwater lakes and rivers and scrubland. The latter zone is punctuated with enormous rocky outcrops. The range of habitats give rise to a good range of wildlife. Bundala National Park is located about fifteen kilometers east of Hambantota, Bundala National Park is one of Sri Lanka's foremost destinations for birdwatchers, protecting an important area of coastal wetland famous for its abundant aquatic (and other) birdlife. The park is also home to significant populations of elephants, Marsh & estuarine crocodiles, turtles & other fauna, including the leopard. Stretching along the coast east of Hambantota, Bundala National Park is ideal for instant gratification: in a four hour jeep ride, we can see elephants, 8ft crocs, giant squirrels & flamingoes. Afternoon safaris in the dry season (December - May) provide visitors with the best chance of seeing the wildlife. Bentota is a Sri Lankan coastal city famous for golden beaches, Bentota is situated on the southern coastal tip of the Galle District of the Southern Province . The town is a popular tourist attraction. It is especially famous among the foreign tourists. The name comes from a mythical story which dates back to kings time saying a demon called Bem ruled this river ( tota = riverbank. Bentota hosts a handful of world proclaimed hotels. It is the hosting land for the famous Sri Lankan Jeweler Aida. Bentota also delivers an ancient art of healing called Ayurveda . Bentota is also famous for its production in Toddy. An alcoholic beverage made out of coconut nectar. The city's population is estimated to be between 25,000-50,000.
Arrival at the Colombo Airport we transferred you to Colombo. Check In at the hotel. Afternoon City tour of Colombo by the end of the day overnight stay at Hotel.
After breakfast proceed to Kandy, en-route visiting the Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawala on the way. Check In at the hotel. Visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic of Buddha & witness a cultural show and overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast Commence sightseeing including a Bird watching at UdawattaKele Forest Reserve. visit the Royal Botanical Gardens at Peradeniya. Leave for Nuwara-Eliya, en-route visiting a tea factory. Also see Ramboda fall on the way. Overnight stay at the hotel in Nuwara eliya.
After breakfast leave for Yala. Commence a Safari tour to Yala National Park. This National Park in Sri Lanka is the home for Wild Elephants, wild boars, Wild bears, Deers and Crocodiles at the end of the day come back to the hotel and overnight stay at the Hotel.
After breakfast proceed to Bundala. Bundala National Park is famous for Wild Elephants, Crocodiles and a wide variety of bird life. Thereafter proceed to Kataragama. Kataragama is perhaps one of the holy places in the country. Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims flock to the shrines located there and on completion return to the hotel. Back to the hotel and overnight stay at the Hotel in tissamaharama.
After breakfast, proceed to Bentota en-route to visit the Dutch Fort in Galle. Take dinner and overnight stay at the Hotel in bentota.
After breakfast leisure at hotel or proceed to Airport for Departure.
- Accommodation at above-mentioned hotels with Breakfast for 06 Nights
- Transportation in a Comortable A/C Vehicle
- English Speking Guide
- Mineral Water Bottle
- All Governmnet Tax & Charges
- Meet and assistance at the Airport on arrival and departure transfers
- English speaking guide for the entire stay and tours
- Transportation in A/C Vehicle
- Mineral Water Bottle
- Safari with Jeep
- National Park Entrance Fees
- All Govt. Taxes and Surcharges
- Extra Services
- Other Entrance Fees
- Any tours to cities not mentioned above
- Any other services not mentioned above
Full Vaccine Report
Negative PCR Test
Tour Cancellation Policy
Free cancellation up to 5 day(s) prior departure, Or traveler will pay 50 % of the tour amount
Tour Date Change Policy
Good To Know
- The consumption of alcohol during “Poya Days” at bars, clubs and other public areas of the hotel and operation of similar forms of entertainment establishments is prohibited by law in Sri Lanka. It is recommended that clients contact the Reception to obtain their respective formalities during their holiday.
- All transfer times mentioned above are subject to variations depending on traffic flow and road conditions.