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Sri Lanka Wild Life Tours

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Tourists visit Sri Lanka to experience the rich heritage and the wildlife tours sri lanka , to have a first-hand experience of the two-thousand plus year old culture, to enjoy the eco-tourism and closer to nature experience which is rare in other countries. Knowing these needs of the tourists.wildlife tours sri lanka  for their guests who are enjoying their holidays in Sri Lanka.

Tour Plan - 5 Night - 6 Days

Day 1 / Airport - Negombo
Once you arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport, which is one of the two international airports serving the city of Colombo, you will be greeted by our tour representatives, and from there your journey towards Negombo will begin. Negombo is known for its huge and old fishing industry with busy fish markets, sandy beaches, and a host of resorts which are situated right next to the beach.
Day 2 / Negombo - Udawalawe
After breakfast you will head towards Udawalawa via Ratnapura.

There is a well-established tourism industry in Ratnapura. Sinharaja Forest Reserve, Udawalawe National Park, Kitulgala, and Adam's Peak (a holy mountain that is believed to have the footprint of Lord Buddha) are especially popular among tourists. Udawalawe National Park is a sanctuary for wild animals, providing home for wild animals that were displaced during the construction of the Udawalawe reservoir. The park which was initially set up in 1972 on the boundary of the Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces, in Sri Lanka, spans 20,821 hectares and is situated in the dry zone and is 165 kilometres from Colombo. This has been a popular tourist destination for people who visit Sri Lanka, love wildlife and want a natural setting as the backdrop to see the endangered species.

Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Udawalawe Hotel.
Day 3 / Udawalawe
After breakfast you will embark on the adventure of your life time, a jeep safari in Udawalawe National Park.

Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Udawalawe Hotel.
Day 4 / Udawalawe - Yala
After breakfast you will head towards the next National Park of Sri Lanka, which is Yala. This is the ideal chance for wildlife safari Sri Lankan style, and a chance wildlife photography enthusiasts must not miss. Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. The park itself serves as the home for a number of animals, especially sambar, spotted deer, barking deer, wild boar, water buffalo (toque-macaque, common langur, jak, sloth bear, toddy cat, leopard, black-naped hare, small Indian civet, endemic golden palm civet, three species of mongoose (herpestes fuscus, herpestes smithi and herpestes vitticollis), endemic shrew, soft-furred field rat, Indian bush rat, and the famous Sri Lankan elephants. The park is also famous for its bird life which are aplenty, and includes very rare bird kinds; Indian cormorant, osprey, spur fowl, Sri Lanka jungle fowl, Malabar pied hornbill, Sri Lanka grey hornbill, warblers, and capped babbler. Among the raptors (birds of prey) are crested serpent, hawk, fish eagles, brahminy, black-winged kites, & the lovely white-bellied sea-eagle. Not only is the park a sanctuary for birds and animals, it is home for classified vegetation types such as Sain, Halmilla, Ebony, Ehala, Kolon, Milla, Kon, Kunumella, Satin, Lunumidella, Kumbuk, and the endemic Mandorang.

Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Yala Hotel.
Day 5 / Yala - Kumana
Today your destination will be another National Park. Kumana National Park in Sri Lanka is renowned for its avifauna, particularly its large flocks of migratory waterfowl and wading birds. Kumana is one of the most important bird nesting and breeding grounds in Sri Lanka. 255 species of birds have been recorded in the national park.

Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Yala Hotel.
Day 6 / Yala - Colombo
After breakfast you will leave for the airport in time for the departure flight.

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