There are a number of national parks around the country which offer a variety of Safari options. Ever wanted to see a herd of elephants in the wild or spot that elusive leopard? If so this is the place for you.
There are a number of parks all around the country which now protect these animals giving people a chance to experience these animals in their natural habitats. The true prize of these trips is those lucky enough to see the Sri Lankan Leopard often seen in the southern Yala national park.Browse Tours
Sri Lanka is a remarkable country for birds. Although small, it has a wide range of climate and habitat and over 435 species of birds. Out of these,235 are resident and these include the most important 33 species that are recognizes as endemic to the country. A further 198 species have been recorded as migrants to country.
The majority of these migrate to Sri Lanka during the northern winter and present from about August/September to April/May. In contrast, pelagic species of seabirds like Shearwaters, Petrels, Storm-Petrels etc migrate to Sri Lankan waters from southern oceanic islands during the southern hemisphere`s winter. Of the migrants, about 100 species regularly visit the country. The rest are occasional visitors and vagrants. Sri Lanka usually divided into two zones, the dry plains of the north and the mountainous, wet, central region including the coast around the Colombo, comparable to the Western Ghats and sharing many species with the southwestern Indian region.
There is surfing available all year round in Sri Lanka with the benefit of each coast having a different surf season. Surfing includes the World Qualifying series break of Araguam Bay
There are plenty of surf spots located all over the country which provides a wave for all varying skill levels. We work with a number of surf schools in multiple locations to offer exciting camps for beginners or just those wanting to improve their skills. No matter what your level of experience is we can accommodate you.Witness their beauty
Sri Lanka’s highlands are situated in the south-central part of the island. The property comprises the Peak Wilderness Protected Area, the Horton Plains National Park and the KnucklesConservation Forest.
These montane forests, where the land rises to 2,500 metres above sea-level, are home to an extraordinary range of flora and fauna, including several endangered species such as the western-purple-faced langur, the Horton Plains slender loris and the Sri Lankan leopard. The region is considered a super biodiversity hotspot.
Tea Trails is the world’s first tea bungalow resort, perched at an altitude of 1250 metres in Sri Lanka’s panoramic Ceylon tea region, bordering the World Heritage Central Highlands.
This 5 Star experience is the ideal setting for trekking and biking against the breathtaking backdrop of mountains, lakes, winding roads and waterfalls. If you prefer to unwind, observe life on a working tea estate while being pampered by your butler, enjoy a spa treatment, croquet on the lawn or sunbathe alongside the pool. Or explore the lush tea fields & visit a century old factory for a gentle education in the art of Ceylon Tea.
Sinharaja Rain Forest (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the last viable remnant of Sri Lanka’s tropical lowland rainforest spanning an area of 18900 acres is located within Sabaragamuwa and Southern provinces of the south-west lowland wet zone of Sri Lanka. There are numerous waterfalls throughout the country which can be explored by those travelers wanting a unique experience.
It is undoubtedly a rich treasure trove of nature with a great diversity of habitats and a vast repository of Sri Lanka’s endemic species found no where else in the world. Bird watching in this ecosystem is particularly interesting because it is home to 95% of the endemic birds of Sri Lanka!
The concept of fully movable camping means that we can offer exactly that, taking you to parts of Sri Lanka that are simply inaccessible to the usual hotel crowd.
All our campsites are in prime locations, either selected by our own experience or sites belonging to the Wildlife and Forest Department of Sri Lanka. There are numerous waterfalls throughout the country which can be explored by those travelers wanting a unique experience. We offer various different standards of camping experiences, including Participatory camping, Luxury camping, and Super-Luxury camping in Sri Lanka.
Going on Sri Lanka yoga retreat is a great way to spend your holiday and nurture your spirituality. Discover a little paradise of Sri Lanka on your yoga holiday.
Many of our yoga holiday packages use beach resorts as the accommodation. In the afternoon, you can visit neighboring fishing village or do other activities on the beach. If you are after the true jungle experience many take place in the tranquil settings of the mountain regions of the island.
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Sri Lanka has always been a place that refreshes not just the mind and body, but also the soul and
spirit. For thousands of years, the most popular method used to restore and rejuvenate tired
bodies and weary souls has been Ayurveda – the oldest and most holistic medical system available
in the world.
You can escape away to regenerate your body and mind in one of the many Ayurveda and spa resorts that Sri Lanka has to offer. This ancient method of healing will leave you relaxed in both mind and body.Learn More
Day 2 – Leave to Kandy. On the way, visit Elephant orphanage and open zoo. Reach Kandy by evening.
Day 3 – Kandy city tour, visit the temple of the tooth and come back to hotel.
Day 4 – Leave to Nuwara Eliya and stay overnight.
Day 5 – Go up to Horton plains and if they like they can walk the 7 Km’s to worlds end and back. Evening return to the Hotel.
Day 6 – Leave to Ella and wait in Ella Gap area.
Day 7 – Relax in Ella and sightseeing
Day 8 – Leave to Katharagama or Thissa and stay in there. There is a option of booking a hotel near Yala itself.
Day 9 – Yala Safari and back to hotel to relax.
Day 10 – Leave to Tangalle and stay over there in the beach.
Day 11 – Relax and stay in the beach and go to see turtles or Whale Watching
Day 12 – Return to Colombo and stay in a Colombo hotel
Day 13 – Leave to the airport. If leaving in the evening a city tour is avaliable