Colombo – Anuradhapura
Anuradhapura – Wilpattu National park
Wilpattu National Park is one of Sri Lanka’s oldest wildlife parks. Wilpattu’s varying natural habitats; coastal belt, natural lakes (villus), cliff tops, scrublands, open grasslands and dense forest provide for numerous species of animals. Many of the `big game’ found in Sri Lanka including elephant, sloth bear, water buffalo, spotted dear and leopard can be seen here. The coastal belt and natural lakes attract many species of birds such as Painted Storks, Black-headed Ibis, Asian Open-bills, Whistling Teals, Eurasian Spoonbills, Little & Indian Cormorants and many species of kingfishers as well as water monitors and mugger crocodiles. It also contains a number of important cultural sites.
Full Day Safari at Wilpattu National park
Anuradhapura – Dambulla
Option – Balloon tour | Village Safari | Elephant Ride | Ayurvedic Massage at Dambulla
Dambulla – Sigiriya rock fortress
Built 1600 years ago, Sigiriya is an exquisite example of ancient Sri Lankan art and architecture. Wander around its ruins. Climb to the Sky Palace, stopping on the way to admire the Frescoes of the ladies of the king’s harem, then continue to the on summit and be astounded by the panoramic view that awaits you.
Minneriya National park
24 species of Mammals have been recorded from the park. In addition to having a very large population of Elephants in the park, Minneriya also has all other big game like Leopards, Sloth Bear, Spotted Deer, Sambar Deer, Wild Buffalo, Wild Pig, Grey Langers, Purple-faced Leaf Monkey, three species of Mongoose, Porcupine & Indian Pangolin.
Dambulla – Spice Garden – Hunasfals ( Kandy )
Option – Trecking surrounds Hotel @ Hunas Falls
Guests can visit the spa for a massage, or enjoy quiet reading in the library. The tour desk arranges nature walks, mountain treks
Hunas Falls – Trecking @ Knuckles Range
It is a real paradise for those who love to hike or mountain bike , offering numerous mountainous trails that journey across clear rivers, through dense forests, past flowing waterfalls and lush tea plantations, and alongside terraced paddy fields and colourful Kandyan home gardens.
Kandy – Udawattakale in the morning
Many of small and medium size mammals that inhabit Sri Lanka can be seen here. Several kinds of snakes and other reptiles might also be seen. Udawatta Kele was designated as a forest reserve in 1856, and it became a sanctuary in 1938. The Sri Lanka Forest Department has two offices in the reserve, one of which (i.e. the one located at the southeastern entrance) has a nature education centre with a display of pictures, posters, stuffed animals, etc.
Kithulgala – (Water rafting, canoeing, Hiking, etc )
Experience White Water Rafting in the picturesque Kelani River, covering 5 major rapids and 4 minor rapids. This activity is for anyone above the age of 10 years with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing will be given by our white water rafting instructors beforehand.
Nallathanni ( Adam’s peak )
Climbing Adam’s peak in the midnight till following day morning
Sri Pada, or Adam’s Peak, is sacred to all four main religious groups in Sri Lanka – the Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, and the Christians. The giant footprint at the top is variously claimed as an imprint either of Lord Buddha, God Shiva, Adam, or St. Thomas, the Christian Apostle who preached in south India.
Nallathanni to Nuwara Eliya
Nuwara Eliya, also known as ‘Little’ England’, was the favorite hill station of the British who tried to create the resort into a typical English Village. The old brick Post office, country house like hill club, with its hunting pictures, mounted hunting trophies and fish, and it’s strict formal dinner attire; the 18 hole golf course, race course etc., evoke nostalgia of Colonial British Ceylon.
Nuwara Eliya – Horten plains ( Trecking )
World’s End / Waterfalls – HORTON PLAINS NATIONAL PARK, Sri Lanka is undoubtedly one of the world’s best nature reserves. Spanning approximately 10,000 hectares the park is also home to a wide variety of flora
Ella by train
Ella ( Hiking, Trecking in the morning )
Ella is blessed with some of the most beautiful views in Sri Lanka. Ella is an excellent base to explore the surrounding mountains, forests & villages,
Udawalawe National park in the morning
Udawalawe lies south of the central hills of the island, and it surrounds the man made reservoir of Udawalawe, which is part of the park. It is a mixture of abandoned teak plantation, scrub jungle & grassland. The dry season is best to watch the many herds of elephant that roam the park
Half Day in Sinharaja rain forest
Sinharaja Rain Forest reserve is only 21 km from east to west, and a maximum of 7 km from north to south, but it is a treasure trove of endemic species, including trees, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
Sinharaja – katharagama
Katharagama ( Full Day Yala National park Safari )
Yala National Park gives the best opportunity to witness Sri Lanka’s broad variety of wildlife: colorful painted stork in troops are seen perched at the shores of lagoon where the crocodiles too have chosen to doze off; lovely fantailed peacocks in their resplendent blues and greens parade about amidst the woods where monkeys hang, leap and chatter; in the bush jungle are the Elephants; crossing the tracks and wandering off into the thorny scrub jungle is the star attraction of the park: the leopard.
Katharagama – Bundala National park
Over 200 species of birds including both migrant and resident birds are living together in the park. Perhaps you may see elephants strolling in the park. Greater flamingo, grey heron, sandpipers, jacana, painted stork, black necked stork and Parakeet are some of the birds that you will found here. If you can count, you will find about 197 species of birds. Regarding the mammals you will find rusty spotted cat, wild boar, mouse deer, grey langur monkey, porcupine, pangolin and perhaps leopards.
Whale and dolphin watching in Mirissa is one of the most exciting water activities you can do in Sri Lanka during your holiday. Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in Sri Lanka.
In warm Indian ocean you can see Blue whales, Bryde´s whales, Sperm whales, Fin whales, sometimes Killer whales, and Common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso’s dolphins and Striped dolphins. Sometimes you can see turtles and various fish species, for example Bluefin tuna and flying fish.
Option – Surfing in the afternoon or leisure at Beach
Mirissa – Airport