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Sri Lanka Wildlife - 12 Days

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Day 1

On arrival, the tourists will have hand shake with George Steuart Chauffeur, our guide and will be taken to a hotel in Negombo. All day and night will be spent in relaxation and enjoying Negombo hotel stay.

Day 2
Negombo – Kalpitiya

After delicious breakfast, tourists will be taken to a hotel in Kalpitiya.

It is wonderful and relishing as well as calm beaches at Kalpitiya and delight in a touch of kitesurfing (optional).

A new beach scene is breaking for surfers and sun-seekers in Kalpitiya, on Sri Lanka’s west coast. Despite its natural beauty, the western ground space of Kalpitiya is remarkably untouched by tourism. For those lucky enough to go to, there’s an incredible vary of things to check and do! With the fishing business dominating the lives of the native folks, guests will get an incredible insight into the operating lives of this community.

Boat rides area unit a pleasing method of exploring the coastline, rivers and lakes while 4WD jeep rides on the deserted sand dunes between the ocean and therefore the lagoon offers a singular experience. For keen Aqua-Lung diverse and snorkelers, the most important reef in Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka is barely an hour boat trip from Kalpitiya. This lovely reef is home to an unbelievable type of tropical fish yet as providing sightings of manta rays, reef sharks and the occasional turtle!

Overnight stay in Kalpitiya.

Day 3

Early morning, leave for a jeep safari at Wilpattu parkland and will start for trip.

Wilpattu national park is found 25km north of Puttalam or 30km west of Anuradhapura. The park that lies on the northwest coast spans the border between North Central Province and North-Western Province of the country. jeep Safaris are the regular norm in exploring Wilpattu parkland. whereas Leopards, Elephants, Sloth bear, Deer, endemic birds are often sharp-sighted simply throughout a half day campaign, of course, the total day campaign at parkland affords larger joys with life.

Return to Kalpitiya for overnight stay.

Day 4
Kalpitiya - Polonnaruwa

After breakfast transfer to Polonnaruwa. Afternoon jeep campaign at Kaudulla parkland.

This park stands on the perimeter of the traditional Kaudulla Tank and has established a 6656-hectare elephant passageway between Somawathiya Chaitiya parkland and Minneriya parkland. It’s already a well-liked campaign tour from Polonnaruwa and Habarana due to the great likelihood of obtaining up close and personal with elephants. In October there are up to 250 elephants within the park, together with herds of juvenile males. There also are leopards, fishing cats, sambar deer, endangered rusty noticed cats and sloth bears.

Overnight stay in Polonnaruwa.

Day 5

After an early breakfast, visit the Sigiriya Rock fort. Afternoon jeep safari at Minneriya national park.

Minneriya parkland provides the chance to examine herds of Elephants throughout the year. May to October is that the best period to go to Minneriya parkland in sight of the far-famed Gathering of the wild elephants. it’s the most important far-famed assembly of Asian Elephants within the world. throughout this era herds, up to 300 elephants are seen at the 8,890-hectare park at intervals some sq. kilometers of the Minneriya Reservoir.

Overnight stay in Polonnaruwa.

Day 6
Polonnaruwa - Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast transfer to Nuwara Eliya.

Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka’s ‘Little England’ within the hills where British tea planters of yore recreated an English ‘country life’ of manor homes, golfing, race courses and ‘afternoon tea’ at hill Club.

Enroute stop at Matale and Kandy.

Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 7
Nuwara Eliya

With packed breakfast transfer to Horton Plains national park for Hiking and Trekking.

Horton Plains is found on Sri Lanka’s highest tableland, between altitudes of 2,000 and 2, 300m. The landscape generally consists of undulating lands coated in a tropical cloud of forests or abundant montane savannah grasslands, regionally called Patannahs. Visitors to the park will follow a 10 km loop that comes with all of the spectacular features, enabling them to relish them whereas adhering to the strict rules for environmental protection and nature conservation. The most effective time to go to is early in the morning as this can be once the air is probably going to be clearest in order that you’ll be able to relish the best of the views.

Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 8
Nuwara Eliya - Udawalawe

After breakfast, tourists will have an exciting tour to Udawalawe and conduct an afternoon campaign at the Udawalawe parkland.

Udawalawe is a small town located in the southern part of the Ratnapura District in Sri Lanka. It is without doubt the most effective place in Sri Lanka to check wild Asian Elephants throughout the year. There are about 500 elephants within the park and that they usually swan in herds of up to a hundred.

Udawalawe National Park is exclusive in terms of consistency in numbers of elephants roaming the park. It’s not a seasonal variation in herds of elephants. The best time and hours to watch elephants are in the mornings and evenings. The late evening conjointly affords the photographic opportunities within the backcloth of loveliest sunsets.

Tourists will have an overnight stay in Udawalawe.

Day 9
Udawalawe - Tissamaharama

Early morning Jeep Safari at Udawalawe National Park. Next destination will be to Tissamaharama.

Tissamaharama was founded by prince Mahanaga in the third century B.C. The settlement rose to prominence throughout the reign of King Kavantissa, father of King Dutugamunu. It had been throughout this era that Tissamaharama’s 3 stupas and therefore the 2 ancient irrigation reservoirs were designed. Moving step forward with the chronicles, around 12,000 Arahats (Buddhist monks) had lived in Tissamaharama and its surroundings throughout the time of King Kavantissa.

Overnight stay of tourists will be in Tissamaharama.

Day 10

Early morning jeep safari to Bundala National Park.

Bundala park is an internationally vital wintering ground in Sri Lanka for migratory water birds. One of the best harbour for 197 species, the highlight being the larger flamingo, that migrate in massive flocks. In 2005 the park was selected as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, the fourth part reserve in Sri Lanka. The park is located 245 kilometres southeast of capital of Sri Lanka. come back to hotel for lunch. Afternoon jeep safari to the Yala national park. Yala park is found within the south-eastern region of country. the doorway to the park is at Palatupana, 12km from Kirinda. the gap from Colombo to the entry point of Palatupana is 305 kilometres.

Overnight stay in Tissamaharama.

Day 11
Tissamaharama - Colombo

After early breakfast or with packed breakfast, morning jeep expedition at Yala National Park.

Yala National Park that consists of 5 blocks is that the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. It’s home to wildlife such as leopards, elephants and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species. The Yala spreads over a section of 1260 sq. kilometres, solely 5th part of the area is receptive the visitors. Four-fifths of the park is a strictly selected Natural Reserve.

Checkout and proceed to Colombo.

Overnight stay in Capital of Sri Lanka.

Day 12

Transfer to the airdrome in time for the departure.

Included in Price

  • Accommodation.

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  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

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