Wildlife Tour

This tour includes a 9 nights 10 days exclusive wild life tour for the visitors covering almost all in Sri Lankan Wild life. By engaging with this tour, the visitor can experience different safari types in different National Parks with a different wild life experience. Enjoy your stay in Sri Lanka and have a fabulous wild life experience. .

9 Nights 10 days

Route: Airport – Sigiriya – Minneriya – Wasgamuwa – Nuwaraeliya – Horton Plains – Udawalawa – Yala National Park – Bundala – Sinharaja – Weligama – Mirissa – Colombo – Airport

Day 01 Arrival / Sigiriya

  • On arrival, meet our company representative at the BIA and proceeding to Sigiriya
  • Evening Elephant ride in Sigiriya
  • Relaxing by the pool
  • Overnight at Hotel Aliya Resort, Sigiriya or similar kind of a hotel

Day 02 Minneriya / Wasgamuwa

  • After breakfast proceeding to Minneriya National Park
  • Safari at Minneriya National Park
  • Evening safari at Wasgamuwa National Park
  • Overnight at Hotel Aliya Resort, Sigiriya or similar kind of a hotel

Day 03 Kandy / Nuwaraeliya

  • After breakfast proceeding to Nuwaraeliya
  • En- route visiting Matale spice garden, Temple of Tooth Relic Kandy and Tea estates
  • Overnight at St. Andrews Jetwing Hotel or similar kind of a hotel

Day 04 Horton Plains / Udawalawa

  • After Breakfast proceeding to Horton Plains
  • Trek in Horton Plains
  • Proceeding to Udawalawa
  • Overnight at Grand Udawalawa hotel Udawalawa or similar kind of a hotel

Day 05 Udawalawa

  • After breakfast proceeding to Udawalawa National Park
  • Safari at Udawalawa National Park
  • If interested visiting Udawalawa Elephant Transit Home
  • Overnight at Grand Udawalawa hotel, Udawalawa or similar kind of a hotel

Day 06 Yala

  • After breakfast proceeding to Yala National Park
  • Safari at Yala national park
  • Relaxing by the pool at Jetwing Yala
  • Overnight at Jetwing Yala or similar kind of a hotel

Day 07 Bundala / Sinharaja

  • Early morning trek to Bundala National Park with a Picnic breakfast
  • Proceeding to Singharaja from Bundala
  • Relaxing and overnight at Rainforest Eco Lodge, Singharaja or similar kind of a hotel

Day 08 Sinharaja / Weligama

  • After breakfast complete day visit to singharaja with a picnic lunch
  • Proceeding to Weligama from Singharaja
  • Overnight at Marriot Weligama or similar kind of a hotel

Day 09 Mirissa / Colombo

  • Early morning whale watching at Mirissa
  • Proceeding to Colombo
  • Evening shopping in Colombo
  • Overnight at Shangri – la Hotel, Colombo or similar kind of a hotel

Day 10 Colombo / Airport

  • After breakfast proceeding to BIA to drop off

Available Attractions

Sigirya

Sigiriya is an antiquated shake post situated in the northern Matale District close to the town of Dambulla in the Central Province, Sri Lanka. The name alludes to a site of authentic and archeological essentialness that is overwhelmed by a huge section of shake almost 200 meters (660 ft) high. As indicated by the antiquated Sri Lankan narrative the Culavamsa, this site was chosen by King Kasyapa (477 – 495 CE) for his new capital. He constructed his castle on the highest point of this stone and finished its sides with beautiful frescoes. On a little level about most of the way up the side of this stone he constructed a portal as a colossal lion. The name of this place is gotten from this structure — Sīhāgiri, the Lion Rock. The capital and the imperial royal residence was deserted after the lord's demise. It was utilized as a Buddhist cloister until the fourteenth century. Sigiriya today is an UNESCO recorded World Heritage Site. It is a standout amongst other protected cases of antiquated urban arranging.


Minneriya National Park

Minneriya National Park is a national stop in North Central Province of Sri Lanka. The zone was assigned as a national stop on 12 August 1997, having been initially pronounced as an untamed life haven in 1938.The explanation behind proclaiming the territory as secured is to ensure the catchment of Minneriya tank and the natural life of the encompassing region. The tank is of chronicled significance, having been worked by King Mahasen in third century AD. The recreation center is a dry season sustaining ground for the elephant populace abiding in woods of Matale, Polonnaruwa, and Trincomalee regions. The recreation center earned income of Rs. 10.7 million in a half year finishing off with August 2009. Along with Kaudulla and Girithale, Minneriya shapes one of the 70 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) of Sri Lanka.The recreation center is arranged 182 kilometers (113 mi) from Colombo.


Wasgamuwa National Park

Wasgamuwa National Park is a characteristic stop in Sri Lanka arranged in the Matale and Polonnaruwa Districts. It was proclaimed to secure and to make an asylum for the dislodged wild creatures amid the Mahaweli Development Project in 1984 and is one of the four National Parks assigned under the Project. Originally it was assigned as a nature hold in 1938, and after that in the mid-1970s the territory was regarded as a strict nature reserve. Wasgamuwa is one of ensured zones where Sri Lankan Elephants can be found in vast crowds. It is additionally one of the Important Bird Areas in Sri Lanka. The name of the Wasgamuwa has determined through the words "Walas Gamuwa". "Walasa" is Sinhala for sloth bear and "Gamuwa" implies a wood. The recreation center is arranged 225 km far from Colombo.


Nuwaraeliya

Nuwaraeliya is a city in the slope nation of the Central Province, Sri Lanka. Its name signifies "city on the plain (table land)" or "city of light". The city is the managerial capital of Nuwara Eliya District, with a pleasant scene and calm atmosphere. It is at a height of 1,868 m (6,128 ft) and is thought to be the most vital area for tea creation in Sri Lanka. The city is ovelooked by Pidurutalagala, the tallest mountain in Sri Lanka. Nuwara Eliya is known for its calm, cool atmosphere – the coolest territory in Sri Lanka.


Udawalawa National park

Udawalawa National park Udawalawa National Park is located on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva provinces of Sri Lanka. It is one of the popular destinations for those hoping to spot wild elephants. And it is the best place to see elephants throughout the year as there are a few hundred elephants within the park and sometimes it is possible witness a herd of female moving or bathing together in the wild. Other than the elephants, the national park provides home for many other species of mammals as Sri Lankan sloth bear, fishing cat, Sri Lankan leopard, Sri Lankan axis dear, Sri Lankan spotted chevrotain and water buffalo. Udawalawa sanctuary is also known as a good bird watching in Sri Lanka bird lovers can get wonderful opportunity to observe many different varieties of birds including endemic spices and migrants as well. And on the other hand, Udawalawa Elephant Transfer Home is an elephant orphanage located within the national park. It is home to over 40 orphaned elephants.


Yala National Park

Yala (යාල) National Park is the most visited by and second biggest national part in Sri Lanka, circumscribing the Indian Ocean. The recreation center comprises of five squares, two of which are presently open to the general population, and the others are bordering parks. The squares have singular names, for example, Ruhuna National Park (Block 1), and Kumana National Park or 'Yala East' for the connecting zone. It is arranged in the southeast locale of the nation and lies in Southern Province and Uva Province. The recreation center spreads 979 square kilometers (378 sq mi) and is situated around 300 kilometers (190 mi) from Colombo. Yala was assigned as a natural life haven in 1900, and, alongside Wilpattu was one of the initial two national stops in Sri Lanka, having been assigned in 1938. The recreation center is best known for its assortment of wild creatures. It is essential for the protection of Sri Lankan elephants, Sri Lankan panthers and oceanic winged animals.

There are six national parks and three untamed life asylums in the region of Yala. Among the biggest is Lunugamvehera National Park. The recreation center is arranged in the dry semi-dry climatic where rain received mostly from the upper east rainstorm. Yala has an assortment of biological systems going from damp storm woods to freshwater and marine wetlands. It is one of the 70 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in Sri Lanka. Yala harbors 215 feathered creature species including six endemic types of Sri Lanka. The quantity of warm blooded animals that has been recorded from the recreation center is 44, and it has one of the most elevated panther densities on the planet.

Two imperative traveler destinations, Sithulpahuwa and Magul Vihara, are arranged inside the recreation center. The 2004 Indian Ocean tidal wave caused serious harm on the Yala National Park and 250 individuals have died in its region. The quantity of guests has been on the ascent since 2009, after the security circumstance in the recreation center made strides.


Bundala National Park

Bundala is a universally critical wintering ground for transient water fowls in Sri Lanka. Bundala harbors 197 types of fowls, the feature being the more prominent flamingo, which relocate in extensive flocks. Bundala was assigned a natural life haven in 1969 and redesignated to a national stop on 4 January 1993. In 1991 Bundala turned into the main wetland to be announced as a Ramsar site in Sri Lanka. In 2005 the national stop was assigned as a biosphere save by UNESCO, the fourth biosphere save in Sri Lanka. The national stop is arranged 245 kilometers (152 mi) southeast of Colombo.


Singharaja Rain Forest

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a national stop and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. It is of worldwide noteworthiness and has been assigned a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO. As per International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Sinharaja is the nation's last practical region of essential tropical rainforest. Over 60% of the trees are endemic and huge numbers of them are viewed as uncommon. The bumpy virgin rainforest, some portion of the Sri Lanka swamp rain backwoods ecoregion, was spared from the most noticeably bad of business logging by its unavailability and was assigned a World Biosphere Reserve in 1978 and a World Heritage Site in 1988. The hold's name interprets as Lion Kingdom.

The hold is just 21 km (13 mi) from east to west, and a greatest of 7 km (4.3 mi) from north to south, yet it is a fortune trove of endemic species, including trees, bugs, creatures of land and water, reptiles, feathered creatures, and well evolved creatures. On account of the thick vegetation, natural life isn't as effectively observed as at dry-zone national stops, for example, Yala. There are around 3 elephants, and 15 or so[vague] panthers. The most widely recognized bigger well evolved creature is the endemic purple-confronted langur.

Winged animals tend to move in blended bolstering herds, constantly drove by the brave SriLanka Crested Drongo and the loud orange-charged babbler. Of Sri Lanka's 26 endemic winged creatures, the 20-rainforest species all happen here, including the tricky embarrassed malkoha, green-charged coucal and Sri Lanka blue jaybird. Reptiles incorporate the endemic green pit snake and mound nosed snakes, and there are a vast assortment of creatures of land and water, particularly tree frogs. Spineless creatures incorporate the endemic regular birdwing, butterfly and parasites.


Mirissa

Mirissa (Sinhalese: මිරිස්ස) is a residential area on the south bank of Sri Lanka, situated in the Matara District of the Southern Province. It is around 150 kilometers (93 mi) south of Colombo and is arranged at a height of 4 meters (13 ft) above ocean level. Mirissa's shoreline and nightlife make it a mainstream visitor goal. It is likewise an angling port and one of the island's principle whale and dolphin watching areas.