Wildlife & Camping Tours


Throughout Sri Lanka, a diverse range of National Parks, nature reserves, and safari lodges and camps have been established, covering vast areas of bio-diverse terrain from Wilpattu National Park in the north to Yala National Park in the south, with many others in between. There’s plenty of wildlife to see and things to do, and no, it’s not about hunting, which was banned about a century ago after big western game hunters decimated the Sri Lankan elephant population. You’re out there to observe, photograph, and interact with Sri Lankan wildlife and birds in their natural habitat. Your Sri Lankan Wildlife Tour will also take you through some spectacular scenery.

Day 01
Arrival / Colombo
Once you arrive in the country, we will escort you to Colombo, the commercial capital of Sri Lanka. We will spend the day relaxing and preparing for the adventurous journey ahead.
Day 02&03
Colombo / Wilpattu
From Colombo, we will shuttle you to Wilpattu, where you can camp, have a bonfire and explore the wildlife in Sri Lanka. You are sure to meet many different species, have an exhilarating ride over the campsite and indulge in some hot cooked food straight out of the pot.
Day 04
Wilpattu / Sigiriya
From Wilpattu, after you have had your fill, we will journey on to Sigiriya, where you can help yourself to an evening Jeep safari at Minneriya National Park. The wind in your hair and your binoculars are a staple for this trip!
Day 05
Sigiriya (morning climb rock) / Kandy (city tour + temple)
In the morning, you will climb the Sigiriya rock and revel in the refreshing scenes. With those in the back of your mind, we will go to Kandy. Kandy, the old royal capital in the hill region, is home to the Dalada Maligawa, or Sacred Temple of the Tooth, which houses the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha. Kandy is a stronghold of traditional culture, with its own architecture, art, and music. This round-the-island tour will give you an insight into the most beautiful places in Sri Lanka that pay heed to our cultural and traditional roots.
Day 06
Botanical Gardens / Nuwara Eliya (tea plantation + factory)
From Kandy, we will journey on to Nuwara Eliya, the Little England of Sri Lanka. On the way, you can visit the Royal Botanical Gardens. Then once we reach Nuwara Eliya, you will be able to visit a tea plantation and tea factory and indulge in some freshly brewed tea.
Day 07
Horton Plains / Bakers Falls / Overnight Nuwara Eliya
Horton Plains in Sri Lanka is best known for its scenic panorama, which delights visitors with a diverse range of unique plant and animal life. It is also one of the world's heritage sites, stretching above the two lofty mountains Totapola and Kirigalpotta, which is breathtaking. Tourists from all over the world visit this national park, which is shaped like a highland with plains on one side and spectacular mountains and deep jungles on the other. We will then visit Bakers Falls. Baker's Falls are a well-known waterfall in Sri Lanka. It is situated on a tributary of the Belihul Oya in the Horton Plains National Park. The Baker's waterfalls are 20 meters high. The falls were named after Sir Samuel Baker, a British explorer and big game hunter. In the night, you will stay in Nuwara Eliya.
Day 08 & 09
Nuwara Eliya / Ella / Udawalawe (Camping)
From Nuwara Eliya, we will journey to Ella, which will allow you to get captures of some scenic vistas. You will then journey on to Udawalawa to indulge in some overnight camping.
Day 10 & 11
Udawalawa / Yala (Camping)
For your second round of camping, you will journey to Yala, where you can take a safari of the Yala National Park and take a look at the interesting flora and fauna of Sri Lanka.
Day 12 & 13
Yala / Bundala / Sinharaja
From Yala, we will journey to Bundala. Bundala National Park in Sri Lanka is an internationally important wintering ground for migratory water birds. Bundala is home to 197 bird species, the most notable of which is the greater flamingo, which migrates in large flocks.Then we will move on to Sinharaja Rainforest. Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a forest reserve in Sri Lanka that is also a biodiversity hotspot. It has international significance and has been designated by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. Sinharaja is the country's last viable area of primary tropical rainforest, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). More than 60% of the trees are endemic, and many are considered rare. 50 percent of Sri Lanka's endemic animal species (especially butterfly, amphibians, birds, snakes and fish species). It is home to 95 percent of the world's endemic birds.
Day 14
Sinharaja / Departure
It is now the end of your tour. Say goodbye to Sri Lanka with a heart full of memories.
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