The best Day tours you can join in Sri Lanka, can say mostly recomended excursions. Splendor in all forms comes together in Sri Lanka. Marvel at stunning palaces, explore world-renowned city life, and enjoy the emerald countryside with its quaint villages. Guided day tours with English speaking chauffeurs and specialist sites guides. Hotel pickup & Dropoff available.
Hotel pickup locations, Hikkaduwa, Galle,Galle fort, Unawatuna, Talpe, Habaraduwa, Koggala, Ahangama, Weligama, Mirissa. below are the activities. this all tours conduct by us, please choice your best match and contact us we will arrange you the tour start from your hotel or from your starting point.
Our tours include wild-life,rain-forests ,boat tours,village tours ,waterfall tours and other activities.
Whale Watching Boat Tour
Whales and Dolphins Watching Boat tour to observe whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. During the whale migration season it’s easy to spot Blue whales, Bryde´s whales, Sperm whales, Fin whales, sometimes Killer whales, and Common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso's dolphins and Striped dolphins. Sometimes you can see turtles and various fish species,
Sinharaja Rainforest Tour
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.
The tour include Sinharaja Rain forest walk, Waterfall and riverside walk , Bird watching trails and Tea plantation walk also good for nature bath and swim
Kanneliya Rain forest Tour
Visit 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 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
Udawalawe National Park Private Safari Tour
Try a Safari tour at 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 in the park. Jeeps specialised for optimised viewing will take gravel paths into the deep forest for the best viewing experience
Koggala Lake Boat Tour
Koggala Lake near Koggala in Sri Lanka. One of the largest natural lakes in Koggala is a freshwater lagoon which sits 9.8 feet (3 metres) above the sea level near the south coast. Koggala Lake is alive with birdlife and dotted with lots of mini islands, Bordered by jungle and forest. Including Temple Island, Cinamon Island, Spice Garden. Enjoy a 2-hour boat ride on the lake passing and stopping for visits few islands to learn about cinnamon production and see growing spice
Yala National Park Private Safari Tour
Try a Safari Tour 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
Duwili Ella Waterfalls Tour
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 pools which children and Adults can swim safely. You can experience with fish therapy if you put your foot in to water in several places.
Bundala National Park Tour
Bundala National Park. Bundala has been identified as an outstanding Important Bird Area in the South Indian and Sri Lankan wetlands. 324 species of vertebrates have been recorded in the national park, which include 32 species of fish, 15 species of amphibians, 48 species of reptiles, 197 species of birds and 32 species of mammals. 52 species of butterflies are among the invertebrates. The wetland habitats in Bundala harbours about 100 species of water birds, half of them being migrant birds. Of 197 avifaunal species 58 are migratory species. of birds, the highlight being the greater flamingo, which migrate in large flocks. The ecological areas of the national park contain seven terrestrial habitat types and six wetland types. The dry thorny shrubs and herbs being the most abundant plant life. A total of 383 plant species belonging to 90 families have been recorded from the park.
Madu River Boat Tour
Madu River is a wetland, near the small town Balapitiya Experience the Sun Set while boat riding in Maadu Ganga.This wetland spreads over 900 heactares of area and most of it covered with water. There are totally 64 island in Madu Ganga. This tour will take around 2 hours. During your boat ride, you can see huge mangrove forest by the river banks. Boats will ride under short tunnel, which is made out of mangrove. You can see many birds and animals who are living in this aquatic environment.