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Srilanka with Wildlife, Nature & Beaches

Overview

Overview:

Indulge in the natural charm of Sri Lanka on this outstanding excursion of the island. In this tour you will see, hear, and feel nature at its best. You will have an amusing experience of visiting national forests and Sri Lanka beaches. This trip will make you understand the society, nature, and beauty of this emerald island. You will comprehend why the old Arabs used to call it Serendib-- the root word of "serendipity".



Trip Highlights

Trip Highlights for Wildlife, Nature, & Beaches Tour:

  • Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
  • The picturesque train ride from Kandy to Nanu Oya
  • Wild water rafting
  • See the leopards at Yala National Park
  • Watch parade of elephants at Udawalawe National Park
  • Barbecue supper and outdoor camping at Udawalawe
  • Spend a night in a tree residence at Yala
  • Relaxing nature walks and walks by the coastline
  • Delicious meals will leave you wanting to eat more
  • Relax by the lakes and participate in white water rafting in the rivers
  • Witness the vast variety of wildlife at multiple National Parks



ITINERARY - 10 Days

Meet our representative at the airport terminal who will take you to Kandy. The city of Kandy has a scenic backdrop and rich culture. The Temple of the Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa) is the most spiritual site for Buddhists all over the world, as this is the place where a tooth of Buddha recovered from the funeral pyre. The relic itself is kept in a gold coffin in the Inner Chamber of the temple. The holy place is decorated with paintings and sculptures illustrating the life of the Buddha. There will be safaris in Kandy to see wild animals and the scenic beauty of Sri Lanka. Head back to the resort after this long trip.

  • Arrival at Kandy

  • Go to the Temple of the Tooth Relic in Kandy.

Pinnawala elephant orphanage, first of its kind in this world. It is the first stop on the morning journey. See these lovely elephants being fed, bathed, and given full attention. This is the biggest elephant shelter home in the country, the orphanage contains a mix age group of elephants that have been orphaned as a result of poacher activities. You will see infant and grown-up elephants here. Kandy additionally provides the possibility to see a few conventional Kandyan dancing at city's cultural centers. A group of professional dancers, along with drummers, will leave you mesmerized.

  • A see to the Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawala.

  • Experience cultural and traditional dancing.

  • Overnight remain in Kandy.

You will begin the day with a scenic hillside train from Kandy to Nanuoya. See Nuwara Eliya city and wild animals of Sri Lanka. You will see the beautiful landscape, mountains, waterfalls, rivers, and lakes of the country. You reach Nanuoya, the final location, which is 5 miles (8km) from the picturesque town of Nuwara Eliya. See the magnificent sight of Adam's Peak. Nuwara Eliya, nicknamed "Little England" by local residents, has a sub-temperate environment. As it is located at a high altitude, the town has a peaceful and pleasant environment than anywhere else in Sri Lanka. The colonial-era structures, the excellent Royal Nuwara Eliya Golf Club (going back to 1889), the beautiful parks and the calm Gregory Lake are the specialities of Nuwara Eliya.

  • Scenic hillside country train journey from Kandy to Nanuoya.

  • See a tea plantation in Sri Lanka and a tea manufacturing facility.

  • Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya.

Tea Plantations in Sri Lanka are in plenty, as this area is famous for creating the globe's most beautiful tea. You get the possibility to visit a tea plantation and a tea factory to see first-hand exactly how tea is refined from fresh fallen leaves to the end product. The Horton Plains National Park is something unique. This is one of the world's best destinations to see the natural beauty and biodiversity. This is a home for sambar deer, spotted deer, giant squirrels, swine, and the rare Horton Plains slim loris, endemic to the and little primate. The meadows are interspersed with forest to provide a distinct feel to the national Parks. For conservation of the National Park and its occupants, lorries are strictly banned in the location, and the only way to explore this fantastic national park is via walk. The sight of Horton Plains, Baker's Falls, the Chimney Pool, and a steep decline of 3700ft (1130m) give a fantastic view of to this location.

  • Transfer to Horton Plains National Park after breakfast.

  • Nature walk at Horton Plains.

  • Browse Through Gregory Lake at night.

  • Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya.

Kithulgala was once well-known as the location used for the acclaimed movie "The Bridge on the River Kwai", made in 1957. The concrete structures of the bridge remains are still preserved in the location. Kithulgala is now a location of adventure tour and is the very best location in Sri Lanka for whitewater rafting. The river has some shallow areas where you can take a dip in the water. A regular whitewater rafting session will take you 2 km down in the river, with various grades of rapids. Safety gear, consisting of a life jacket and a safety helmet are provided. Everyone is given an introduction to rowing strategies and what to do in situation if the raft is toppled. For a unique and thrilling experience, attempt to do "Canyoning", where you will glide down on a smooth rock surface to reach the crystal clear swimming pool below. Safety and security equipment is provided for this task too.

  • Leave Nuwara Eliya after morning meal and head to Kithulgala.

  • Do wild water rafting and "canyoning" activities.

  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Kithulgala.

The Udawalawe National Park is one of the very best areas in Sri Lanka to do Safaris Wildlife safaris and scenic tours. It is not unusual to see a whole herd of elephants near the riverside. An afternoon/ night safari will allow you to see elephants and several other animals, such as water buffalo, reptiles, saltwater crocodiles, deer, monkeys, and leopard. The park is also ideal for bird fanatics, as it is home to several hundred bird species.

  • Transfer to Udawalawe after breakfast.

  • Evening Jeep Safari.

  • Overnight remain at a free camping site/ hotel.

The Yala National Park is one of the most visited and the second biggest national park in Sri Lanka. Comprised of five locations-- known as blocks-- of which two are currently available to the general public. Situated in the south-eastern dry zone of Sri Lanka, it is famous as the very best place on the planet to see leopards in the wild. Wildlife tours of Sri Lanka assures the very best leopard safari experience, as their skilled naturalists and guides will take you to the locations known for leopard activity. Leopards are nocturnal, so the very best possibility of spotting them is during or after sunset. The night safari enables you to see leopards as they come out of their daytime slumber. Leopards may be the star attraction at Yala, but elephants, sloth bears, deer, jackals, swine, and a couple of hundred varieties of birds can be seen in the national park.

  • Transfer to Yala after breakfast.

  • Evening Safari in a jeep.

  • Overnight remain in Yala.

Situated in the heart of the Southern Province, Galle is the biggest city. The main attractions in Galle include the 17th Century Dutch Fort, a World Heritage Sites, Rustic residences and stores in the Dutch colonial.

  • Transfer to Unawatuna after breakfast.

  • Unwind at the coastline all day.

  • Overnight remain at your hotel in Galle/Unawatuna.

Situated in the heart of the Southern Province, Galle is the biggest city. The main attractions in Galle include the 17th Century Dutch Fort, a World Heritage Sites, Rustic residences and stores in the Dutch colonial.

  • Transfer to Unawatuna after breakfast.

  • Unwind at the coastline all day.

  • Overnight remain at your hotel in Galle/Unawatuna.

You will travel from Galle or Unawatuna to the Bandaranaike International Airport for your departure.



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