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Sri Lanka School Trip Package | Tours for school children & teachers | Educational Holidays in Sri Lanka 

Visit Sri Lanka with students  - School children Tourism & educational travel experiences package for schools and families



Anyone’s estimation, Sri Lanka is one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities on the planet. School trips to Sri Lanka offer children a valuable new perspective outside of the classroom and a chance to experience the sights, sounds, hustle and bustle of a major global city. When it comes to the educational side of things, Sri lanka offers a wide and diverse range of educational visits that will enlighten and expand the imagination of pupils across all age groups.

We know There are many things to consider when planning a trip with Children. We can handle this part from our side carefully and everything to go smoothly, We are the one of best Travel companies in Sri Lanka. We will organise your dream holiday from pickup from airport to end of the tour, including, accommodation, transport, activities and transfers. In a combined all-we will manage. We create life enriching  trips and adventure holidays for memories that last a lifetime. And we've been doing so since 2002 

Take a look at some of our most popular places for school trips - perfect for primary, high school, or college students. Alternatively, please get in touch for more information or advice, we’re always happy  to arrange the trip.



 Miracles of Sri Lanka 


The tropical island nation of Sri Lanka has a history dating back to the birth of time and where nature’s beauty remains abundant and unspoilt.
Few places in the world can offer the traveller such a remarkable combination of stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, captivating cultural heritage and unique experiences within such a compact location.  Within a mere area of  65,610 kilometres lie 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 1,330 kilometres of coastline - much of it pristine beach - 15 national parks showcasing an abundance of wildlife, nearly 500,000 acres of lush tea estates, 250 acres of botanical gardens, 350 waterfalls, 25,000 water bodies, to a culture that extends back to over 2,500 years.

This is an island of magical proportions, once known as Serendib, Taprobane, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, and Ceylon. Discover refreshingly Sri Lanka!



Yala  National Park Safari

Yala National Park. It is a most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. It is situated in the southeast region of the country, and lies in Southern Province and Uva Province. Yala National Park has a variety of ecosystems including moist monsoon , dry monsoon,  thorn, grasslands, fresh water and marine wetlands, and sandy beaches. The national park is situated in the dry semi-arid climatic region. and there are 215 bird species of the park, six are endemic to Sri Lanka. 44 species of mammals are resident in Yala National Park, and it has one of the highest leopard densities in the world. Yala can be seen Sloth Bear, Leopard, Elephant, Wild water buffalo are threatened species. Toque Macaque, Golden Palm Civet, Red Slender Loris, and Fishing Cat are among the other mammals 

Udawalawe National Park Safari (Wild Life)
Best place for wild eliphants. Udawalawe is an important habitat for Sri Lankan elephants also known as a good bird watching site in Sri Lanka. Bird lovers would get a wonderful opportunity to observe many different varieties of birds,national park provides home for many other species of mammals such as the rusty-spotted cat, fishing cat.Will take you through hotspots for watching elephants and other animals and birds within the park,  our Safari Jeeps specialised for optimised viewing will take gravel paths into the deep forest for the best viewing experience.


Visit Udawalawa Hydro Power Station,

Udawalawe Hydroelectric plant generates a total of 6 MW of power to the surrounding region. The water that powers and makes the generation of electric power possible at this particular power plant is obtained from the Uda Walawe Water Reservoir. 

Sinharaja Rainforest
Sinharaja Rain Forest is one of the few virgin forests left in the world. This evergreen rain forest, a UNESCO World heritage site, is one of the few virgin rain forests left today. Damp mysterious and teeming with life, is the last expensive stretch of virgin rain forest on the island. At just over 11000 hectares, line across the wet zone the Southern edge of the hill country. It is staggering array of flora and fauna place it among the top bio diversity in the world. Over 130 birds, species are found here including many of the 33 species endemic to the Sri Lanka. There also rich reptile population and myriads of insects species, many yet to be classified. Mammals scenes here including the purple faced langur monkey and the giant squirrel. It is preferable to explore Sinharaja on foot, which makes for the truly authentic jungle experience.


Kanneliya Rainforest 

one of the world's 21 Biodiversity Hotspots at Kanneliya Rainforest. The forest complex designated as a biosphere reserve in 2004 by UNESCO. The Kanneliya complex is the last large remaining rainforest in Sri Lanka. The Reserve today, is sans one of the most popular attractions. The forest reserve consists of a series of parallel hills and valleys ranging in elevation from 60m to 425m above sea level, and extending to an area of approximately 5306 hectares. It acts as a catchment for many rivers and streams; including Gin Ganga and Nilwala Ganga, that have their sources within the forest, and flow toward the west and the east of the forest respectively.
The forest boasts a diverse range of flora and fauna. You might see monkeys, snakes, chameleons, extensive birdlife and a vast range of tropical trees, plants and flowers and a beautiful waterfall


Koggala lake boat tour

Koggala Lake is one of the biggest natural lakes in Sri Lanka. A number of islands are scattered in the lake among which the Temple Island, Modol Doova, Bird Island and the Cinnamon island are the most famous. The lake is rich in birdlife and mangroves and is a major attraction for tourists.



Galle Fort 

Unesco World Heritage Sight, The Galle Fort also known as the Dutch Fort or the Ramparts of Galle, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards.


Community Tsunami Education Center & Museum

Community Tsunami Museum is aimed educating communities on Tsunami and preserve the memories of 2004 Tsunami. This museum is the continuation of the efforts of Third Wave Volunteers lead by Dr. Alison Thompson (author of The Third Wave – A volunteer Story and the director of Film Third Wave). This museum will take you a touching journey through science and history of 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. It's a small museum located next to the Galle Road just past the 'city center'.



Unawatuna Beach

Unawatuna is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Sri Lanka and is the most “famous” beach in the country. It is a lovely banana-shaped beach of golden sand and turquoise water, surrounded by green palm trees!


Polhena Beach

Polhena Beach is situated in Matara town in the southern coast of Sri Lanka. It is one of the best beaches in the area with a small sandy cove that is sheltered by a reef offshore. Polhena Beach is a popular area for snorkelling and catching sea turtles in action.



Duwili Ella Waterfalls

Spend sometime away from the crowds and the beaches, to enjoy some tranquil nature. Duwili Falls is located in the area called Kosmulla on the route to Lankagama and is a quite popular destination for local as well as foreign tourists. Duwili Ella is a beautiful waterfall near by Sinharaja Rain Forest, It is about 200 feet in height. This wide terrific cascade gets this name ‘ Duwili Ella’, as it is comprised of a widely spreading water fall like a spray. very intresting a very chilled and cooling place to enjoy in a rain forest.  It is a three steps of waterfall. you can climb to the top of the waterfall through foot path beside the water fall. Two large bathing ponds are built at the bottom of the falls by diverting the water from the stream. The first one is shallow and suitable for kids. The second one is little deeper but safe good for adults both pool which children and Adults can swim safely.  You can experienced with fish therapy if you put your foot in to water in several places.



Visit Lion Rock (Sigiriya)

Sigiriya is one of the most valuable historical monuments of Sri Lanka. Referred by locals as the Eighth Wonder of the World this ancient palace and fortress complex has significant archaeological importance and attracts thousands of tourists every year. It is probably the most visited tourist destination of Sri Lanka.


Dambulla Village Tour

The  village tour gives you a chance to experience traditional Sri Lanka with all its authenticity. Spend time with the villagers and understand village life. Engage in many village activities that form everyday life, such as an oxen cart ride, a catamaran ride, and a walk through the fields. Learn to cook traditional Sri Lankan food. You will finish off with an exceptionally delicious buffet lunch, served in classic Sri Lankan style. This is your truly Sri Lankan holiday experience