Highlights of Wild Ceylon

Safari Itinerary

DAY 1 - Arrival / Negambo

After the arrival you will meet Gari Tours Representative at the airport arrival lobby.

Transfer to Negambo

Over Night Stay at Negambo

DAY 2 - Rekawa Beach

Transfer to Rekawa

The beach at Rekawa village, 10km east of Tangalla Bay Beach, is home to one of the most important sea turtle nesting sites in Sri Lanka, visited by five different species which lay their eggs in the sand here every night throughout the year.

Relax In the Beach Resort

Over Night Stay At Tangalle

Day 3 - Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary / Yala Nationala Park

Breakfast at the hotel

Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary Situated between Tangalle and Hambantota. Twenty kilometers beyond Tangalla, the little-visited Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary comprises an area of coastal lagoons and mangroves which is rich in marine and other birdlife, similar to that found in Bundala and best seen from November to March

Visit Yala National Park

Yala National Park is the most visited and the second largest National Park in the country. Situated 260km South East of Colombo, the park covers an area of 378 sq miles, in a climate that is dry most year round. Yala national Park can be reached from several destinations. The park is mainly made up of dense jungle in addition to unspoiled beaches, freshwater lakes and rivers, scrubland, and rocky outcrops, all of which makes the location a comprehensive habitat for the many species of wildlife who call it home. Nevertheless Yala National park is best known for its leopard population, which is believed to be one of the highest leopard densities in the world and is the key attraction among the thousands who visit the park.

Over Night Stay at Yala

Day 4 - Udawalawa National Park

Breakfast at the hotel

Visit Udawalawa National Park

Visit Bundala National Park

Situated in the Southern Province, close to Hambantota, The Bundala National Park considered the most important birding destination in Sri Lanka was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1969 and thereafter advanced to a National Park in 1993. It is located 251 km southeast of the capital city of Colombo, and can be reached from various tourist destinations around the country. The park isspread out on 6,218 hectares consists of a striking landscape made up of a mix of thorny scrublands, marshes, lagoons, waterways and dunes making it an inviting destination for thousands of migratory birds, some long distant migrants flying all the way from Euro Asian destinations to winter in the park. It has been observes by bird lovers and nature enthusiasts that these migratory birds stop over at the same site every year as birds are believed to follow established migratory routes which are well defined over long distances. reptiles, 184 birds (33 migratory), and 43 mammals in addition to 135 species of butterflies. A must visit destination before the actual park excursion is the Udawalawe Elephant transit home which is situated close to the Udawalawe Reservoir.

Transfer to Sinharaja Rain Forest

Over Night Stay at Sinharaja Rain Forest

DAY 5 & 6 - Sinharaja Rain Forest

Breakfast at the hotel

Sinharaja Forest Reserve meaning ‘Lion Kingdom’ is the best known Rain Forest in the country and has been identified as important biodiversity hotspot. The Park was originally declared a forest reserve in 1875 and due to its international importance it was designated as a Biosphere Reserve in 1978 and a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. This tropical rain forest believed to be home for almost 50% of Sri Lanka’s endemic wildlife draws thousands of visitors wanting to explore and experience this natural wonder that is rich in endemism; an inevitable treasure trove bursting with various species of flora and fauna.

Over Night Stay at Sinharaja Rain Forest

DAY 7 - Departure

Breakfast at the Hotel

Transfer to Departure

Safari Facilities

Includes

  • 6 Night’s Accommodation.
  • All park entrance fees.
  • Service of professional English Speaking Guide / Driver.
  • Daily Breakfast Lunch & Dinner.
  • All Parking, taxes and fuel charges etc.
  • All government taxes and service charges.
  • Driver's allowances and all other expenses related to the Vehicle.
  • Transport in a Safari Jeep and Air conditioned vehicle.

Doe's not Includes

  • Medical and insurance of any kind.
  • Lunch You have to pay your Self.
  • All other entrance fee.
  • Safari jeep fee, & any kind of activity fee
  • Personal nature Expenses i.e. Meal, Tipping etc.
  • Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay / cancellation / hike in fare, strike or any other natural calamities.
  • Camera Fee at Monuments.
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