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Nature trip in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka now has 22 national parks and has become a global biodiversity hotspot. From Wilpattu, Minneriya, Yala and Udawalawe to Sinharaja National Park, this Sri Lanka tour covers all of the island's popular regions. Experience a variety of national park jumping, thrilling jeep safaris, and an adventurous night in the rainforest on this Sri Lanka tour!
Udawalawe National park
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. Jeeps specialised for optimised viewing will take gravel paths into the deep forest for the best viewing experience
Safari at 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, semi deciduous, 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
Sinharaja Rainforest Sri Lanka
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 to date. 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.
Top Destinations in Hill Country Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Attraction,
The mountain covers mainly the south-central part of the island, commonly known as the Central Highlands, this harsh terrain is the heat of Sri Lanka. This high plateau covers most of Sri Lanka's mountains, including Sri Lanka's highest peak (Pidurutalagala is the highest at 2,524m), which occupies the southern tip of the plateau. Tea plantations occupy most of Sri Lanka's hills. Slim women, beautifully and colorfully dressed, sneak among the tea bushes, bending down from time to time to pick the delicate leaves of the tea plant. In the same way, these women move quickly through the tea bushes, picking up the fresh, delicate leaves that are processed in the tea factory and processed into a delicious drink. As the train climbs higher and higher, the tea pickers gradually become blurry silhouettes in the landscape.
Ela draws travelers to the highlands of Sri Lanka with its mountain forests, tea plantations and relatively cool climate. Ella is the best tourist destination in the highlands of Sri Lanka for a day trip with the best trekking and island views, waterfalls, railways, mild climate and all
Nuwara Eliya is a city in the land of tea, in the hills of central Sri Lanka. also known as Little England, it was a favorite mountain station of the British who tried to turn this resort into a typical English village with old brick post office and country houses such as the Hill Club with hunting pictures, 18 hole golf course and race track.
The best and most beautiful beaches in Sri Lanka
There are different kinds of them. Some will delight with white and soft powdered sugar sand, others are golden, long and guarantee kilometers of walks on the beach. Some are good for surfing because of the waves and wind, and some you don't like. Some live with loud music and parties, some offer great sunsets, others are surrounded by lush green palm trees, some are more like the North Sea. Therefore, everyone should find their perfect beach here. To be successful, we want to introduce some of them in more detail, explain where you can dive and what other activities are waiting for you.
Unawatuna beach in Sri Lanka
Unawatuna is one of the most beautiful and relaxing places in the country. The water here is quite calm and beautifully clear. There are authentic restaurants on the beach with excellent curries and fresh fruit. Enjoy the beautiful sunset and views of the small beaches nearby.
Mirissa beaches in Sri Lanka
Golden sands surrounded by palm trees and one of the most relaxing atmospheres in the country await you at Mirissa Beach on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. This beach is perfect not only for swimming, but also for surfers
Hikkaduwa beaches in Sri Lanka
The approximately 3 km long section of Hikkaduwa Beach is unique for its orange color, which shines especially brightly at sunset. Behind the sandy beach there is a long grove of palm trees with hidden accommodation. Hikkaduwa Beach is bordered to the south by Narigama Beach, which appeals to a different target group: you can still soak up the hippie vibe here, and above all, it has super great surfing opportunities. Also, swim and sunbathe on the soft sands of Hikkaduwa
Beruwala is situated in a quiet bay protected from large waves and fast currents by a natural coral reef. The expansive coastline is covered with granular white sand and flanked by exotic palm trees with shadows to protect against the heat. The descent is gentle and the bottom is flat and safe. You may come across small, sharp stones and coral chips, so flip flops are recommended.
Arugam Bay - Beaches in Sri Lanka
This place is away from many tourist streets and tourist big cities. The journey from the island's largest city, Colombo, can take around 10 hours! However, some people visit this place ... Most of the guests are active youth and water sports enthusiasts. Sometimes surfing competitions are held here, so free and independent people come to Arugam Bay from May to November to make new friends and get big waves.
Trincomalee - Beach in Sri Lanka
The port city of Trincomalee lies at the narrow entrance to the headland, and the golden-yellow beach landscape that stretches south and north of the city is just as rotten and austere. A wooded, bay-rich peninsula stretches to the south, and the beaches are smooth and long to the north. About 6 km to the north is the beautiful Uppuveli Beach, and another 6 km to the north is the secluded Nilaveli Beach, from which you can take a boat to Pigeon Island.
Culture and people of Sri Lanka
The lifestyle, customs and traditions of the people of Sri Lanka are very different from ours. Nevertheless, people during your trip to Sri Lanka will be very hospitable, open and warm to you. Even occasional communication problems are not a hindrance. You can also use your hands and feet for communication. If you meet people openly and respectfully during your Sri Lankan journey, you will have the opportunity to engage in intense interaction with the locals and immerse yourself deeply in the lives of the Sri Lankan people.
Festivals and holidays in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is home to many different cultures, so many great festivals are celebrated throughout the year. Most of the holidays celebrated by Buddhists or Hindus are related to the lunar calendar. These days change every year. Some celebrations last for several days. Poya Day (Prayer Day) is an important traditional holiday in Sri Lanka. This day is celebrated every month during the full moon. On Poya Day in Sri Lanka, alcohol is generally not served outside of tourist hotels. Many public institutions are closed on these holidays. Participation in one of the festivals is a truly unique experience. Many customs take place in the open street, and as a tourist, we cordially invite you to participate in the celebrations.
Holidays and celebrations in Sri Lanka: Buddhist, Christian, Muslim and Hindu
There are 4 main religious groups in Sri Lanka. Most of the population is Buddhist, but Sri Lanka is also home to Hindus, Muslims and Christians. This means that there are many holidays and celebrations in Sri Lanka. Our local experts have prepared the most important holidays for you, depending on your religion.
Food and drink in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
's national dish is "Rice and Curry", which is available in a variety of vegetarian and meat versions. In most hotels, curry dishes are tailored to the taste of Western tourists, not so "spicy", but still tasty. Roti (flat bread), Hopper (rice flour pancakes) and Spring Hopper (rice flour noodles) are also local dishes.
A trip through the cultural triangle of Sri Lanka
Located north of the Central Highlands, this region is the cradle of Sri Lankan culture and religion. Anuradhapura was the first capital of the Sinhala Empire for over 1500 years before being replaced by Polonnaruwa. The Sigiriya Fortress was built to protect against Indian invaders, and the meaning of the frescoes painted on the cave walls is still unclear. Religious pilgrimage sites for devout Buddhists around the world include the Dambulla Cave Temple with over 150 Buddha statues, and the Kandy Tooth Temple. It contains a Buddha tooth that is honored in the ceremony three times a day.
The most important events in the cultural triangle:
Dambulla Cave Temple.
Kandy Temple of the Tooth.
UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE: PLACES OF CEYLON
Central Highlands Sri Lanka (2010)
Sinharaja Forest Reserve (1988)
You can book all our tours in person for your chosen date and tours can be flexible and individually tailored to your wishes and interests. All our Sri Lanka tours are private, meaning you travel with a private English speaking guide (guide) in a private vehicle (no other tour participants).
To best travel needs, We offer several price options for all of our Sri Lanka tours. Therefore travel budget wil depending on the choice of hotels (hotel categories) We offfer- Budget, Medium and luxury travel package.