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About the Tour

Wildlife & Nature

Wildlife & Nature

On arrival in Sri Lanka, please clear immigration, collect your luggage then proceed through the customs green channel to the arrival lobby. We will be waiting in the designated area with a paging board. You will then be escorted to the vehicle park for your transfer.
Transfer from Airport to Negombo (Approx: 20Mins)
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Negombo

After breakfast proceed to Wilpattu (Approx: 4Hrs)
Enjoy a Jeep Safari at Wilpaththu National Park: Wilpattu wild life sanctuary where you can see Sri Lankan wild leopards in their natural habitat. Wilpattu National Park (Willu-pattu; Land of Lakes) is a park located on the island of Sri Lanka. The unique feature of this park is the existence of "Willus" (Natural lakes) - Natural, sand-rimmed water basins or depressions that fill with rainwater. Located in the Northwest coast lowland dry zone of Sri Lanka. Wilpattu is the largest and one of the oldest National Parks in Sri Lanka. Wilpattu is among the top national parks world-renowned for its leopard(Panthera pardus kotiya) population.
Thereafter proceed to Anuradhapura (Approx: 1Hr)
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Anuradhapura

After breakfast proceed to Minneriya (Approx: 2Hrs)
Enjoy a Jeep Safari at Minneriy National Park: Minneriya wild life sanctuary where you can see herds and herds of Sri Lankan wild elephants in their natural habitat. The elephants gather at the waterholes for drinking and you may watch them bathing their young and immersing themselves in the river. They can also be sighted at close range sometimes. You will find this a delightful place to survey our wild elephants.
Thereafter proceed to Habarana (Approx: 45Mins)
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Habarana

After breakfast proceed to Kandy (Approx: 2.5Hrs)
En route Visit Wasgamuwa National Park: Wasgamuwa National Park is home to 23 species of mammals. The park is inhabited by a herd of 150 Sri Lankan elephants. Marsh elephant (Elephas maximus vil-aliya) roams in the Mahaweli river area. Both monkeys found in the park, purple-faced langur and toque macaque, are endemic to Sri Lanka. While water buffalo and Sri Lankan axis deer are common to observe, Sri Lanka leopard and sloth bear are rare. Small golden palm civet is another rare endemic mammal. The number of bird species recorded from the park is 143. This includes 8 endemic species. Endemic red-faced malkoha is a resident bird in this national park. Sri Lanka junglefowl is another endemic bird inhabits the park. Lesser adjutant, yellow-fronted barbet, and Sri Lanka spurfowl are the species that visit the reservoirs and streams of the national park. Peafowl, painted stork, black-headed ibis and Eurasian spoonbill are the park's other aquatic birds. Rare Sri Lanka frogmouth can be found here. Another rare species, chestnut-winged cuckoo, is seen near the Mahaweli river. Endemic and endangered Fejervarya pulla is one of the eight species of amphibians of the park. Of 17 reptile species recorded in the park, five species are endemic. Water monitor and mugger crocodile are common in the waterbodies of the park. Skinks Lankascincusspp., lizards Calotes ceylonensis and Otocryptis wiegmanni, and serpent Chrysopelea taprobanica are the endangered reptile species. Endemic Garra ceylonensis and combtail are among the 17 fish species reside in the aquatic habitats of the park. Of the park's 50 butterflies, eight species are endemic.
Thereafter proceed to Kandy (Approx: 3Hrs)
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Kandy

After breakfast proceed to Knuckles (Approx: 2Hrs)
Enjoy a Trekking at Knuckles Mountain Range: The Knuckles Mountain Range lies in central Sri Lanka, in the Districts of Matale and Kandy. The range takes its name from a series of recumbent folds and peaks in the west of the massif which resemble the knuckles of clenched fist when viewed from certain locations in the Kandy District. Whilst this name was assigned by early British surveyors, the Sinhalese residents have traditionally referred to the area as Dumbara Kanduvetiya meaning Mist-laden Mountain Range (Cooray, 1984). The higher montane area is often robed in thick layers of cloud. In addition to its aesthetic value, the range is of great scientific interest. It is a climatic microcosm of the rest of Sri Lanka as the conditions of all the climatic zones in the country are exhibited in the massif. At higher elevations there is a series of isolated cloud forests, harbouring a variety of flora and fauna. Although the range constitutes approximately 0.03% of the island’s total area, it is home to a significantly higher proportion of the country’s biodiversity. The isolated Knuckles range harbours several relict, endemic flora and fauna that are distinct from central massif. More than 34 percent of Sri Lanka's endemic trees, shrubs, and herbs are only found in these forests.
And Proceed to Nuwara Eliya (Approx: 4.5Hrs)
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast proceed to Yala (Approx: 5Hrs)
Enjoy a Jeep Safari at Yala National Park: Yala National park where you can see Sri Lankan wild animals in their natural state... Inside the park you will come across wild boar, deer, leopards, elephants, bears, peacocks, and many more animals roaming freely as nature intended them to live. The elephants gather at the waterholes for drinking and you may watch them bathing their young and immersing themselves in the river. They can also be sighted at close range sometimes. You may also see leopards sunning themselves on rocks in the park. Herds of deer roam at will keeping a wary eye on the predators. Peacocks flaunting their colorful feathers strut around and flamingoes are a breathtaking sight. You will find Yala a delightful place to survey our wild animals.
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Yala/Tissamaharama

Optional – Enjoy a Jeep at Yala National Park in the Early Morning (5.30am)
After breakfast proceed to Udawalawe (Approx: 3Hrs)
Enjoy a Jeep Safari at Udawalawe National Park: Udawalawe lies on the boundary of Sri Lanka's wet and dry zones. Plains dominate the topography, though there are also some mountainous areas. The Kalthota Range and Diyawini Falls are in the north of the park and the outcrops of Bambaragala and Reminikotha lie within it. The park has an annual rainfall of 1,500 millimeters (59 in), most of which falls during the months of October to January and March to May. The average annual temperature is about 27–28 °C (81–82 °F), while relative humidity varies from 70% to 82%. Well-drained reddish-brown soil is the predominant soil type, with poorly drained low humic grey soils found in the valley bottoms. Mainly alluvial soils form the beds of the water courses
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Udawalawe

After breakfast proceed to Sinharaja (Approx: 3Hrs)
Enjoy a Trekking at Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve: Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a national park and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. It is of international significance and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO. According to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Sinharaja is the country's last viable area of primary tropical rainforest. More than 60% of the trees are endemic and many of them are considered rare. The hilly virgin rainforest, part of the Sri Lanka lowland rain forests ecoregion, was saved from the worst of commercial logging by its inaccessibility, and was designated a World Biosphere Reserve in 1978 and a World Heritage Site in 1988. The reserve's name translates as Lion Kingdom. The reserve is only 21 km (13 mi) from east to west, and a maximum of 7 km (4.3 mi) from north to south, but it is a treasure trove of endemic species, including trees, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals
Thereafter proceed to Bentota (Approx: 3.5Hrs)
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Bentota

After breakfast proceed to Airport for departure (Approx: 2.5Hrs)


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