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Sri Lanka green bless- ultimate 2 days trip to enjoy nature

1. Sri Lanka green bless- ultimate 2 days trip to enjoy nature

Day 1: Meet and greet by your guide and drive in a luxury vehicle to Sinharaja rainforest. After about 2 hours drive, start your jungle trek with our nature guide. Our nature guide will take you on a 3 hours jungle trek, allowing you to witness and learn about hundreds of tropical fauna and flora living in the forest. After the rainforest tour, drive to the next highlight of thde ay, Udawalawe national park. You will make a brief rest at Udawalawe before starting the next event, Udawalawe safari. Set off on the safari of Udawalawe in a 4-wheel drive jeep. Udawalawe is one of the best places to large number of wild elephnats, crocodiles, buffaloes, Jackals and many other wildanimals. Later drive to Tissamharama/Yala for dinner and overnight stay. Day 2 Early morning leave for a Yala nationa park safafari on a 4-wheel drive jeep. Your guide will accompany you on this interesting adevnture. Yala safari is a wonderful opportunity to see the leoprads, black panther, crocodiles, elephnats, monkeys and many other wildanimals. The Safari lasts about 4 hours, see what animals show up before you. Later drive to Galle fort via southern coastal belt, make few stops on the way to enjoy the pristine beaches. Your guide take you around the Fort on a walking tour and show you the important monuments in the ancient Fort. Later drive to hotel in Colombo. End of the tour

Sinharaja Rain Forest Private & Customize Tour

2. Sinharaja Rain Forest Private & Customize Tour

Sinharaja Rainforest Tour, Hotel pickup and drop-off Locations Hikkaduwa, Galle, Unawatuna, Talpe, Koggala, Ahangama, Weligama, Mirissa. Pick you from your hotel .You will first meet up the Tours crew and transfer to Sinharaja. Meet our wildlife tracker at forest main gate and he will walk you through the forest, pointing out any animal sightings along the way. 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. Also you can have a nature barth and swim. In the meantime you get bottle drinking water and Lunch at the forest also you can have in side the forest with beautiful views. After finish lovely day tour we will drop you to the Hotel

From Colombo-Negombo-Bentota-Kalutara: Sinharaja Hike

3. From Colombo-Negombo-Bentota-Kalutara: Sinharaja Hike

Explore Sri Lanka's last remaining virgin rainforest with this private tour with pick up from cities in the Western province such at Colombo, Negombo, Bentota and Kalutara. Benefit from the flexibility of having a personal guide throughout the day that can provide your with facinating cultural information. Relax with a convenient pickup and drop-off service in a climate-controlled vehicle. Get a taste of the land with a local lunch. Spend 4 hours in the rainforest while visiting spectacular waterfalls, summiting Sinharaja's tallest peak, and hiking through the lush rainforest. Admire the jungle trees, orchids, and a large array of bird species.

From Colombo/Bentota/Hikkaduwa: 2-Day National Parks Trip

4. From Colombo/Bentota/Hikkaduwa: 2-Day National Parks Trip

DAY 1 Meet and greet by Seerendipity tours representative and drive to Yala national park, en-route stop at Bentota for a river safari. After the River safari continues to Yala national park, in the afternoon Yala national park safari. After the safari proceeds to the hotel and leisure. MADU RIVER SAFARI In the global context, the ecological importance of this site has garnered it the ‘Ramsar Wetland’ status in 2003 being the second largest wetland in Sri Lanka with a colossal 915 hectares with 23 islands inhabited by nearly 300 families. The River Sanctuary is now a Tourist Development Area and a Special Area Managed (SAM) by the Coast Conservation Department. Balapitiya is where the ‘Madu Ganga’ makes its home. YALA NATIONAL PARK SAFARI Yala is one of the best places to witness leopards in the world. There were 17 ½ leopards in every 100 square kilometres in Yala national park. Block 1 of Yala National park could be home to the densest population of leopards in the world, the densities in this tiny area has maintained around a leopard every 2 sq. kilometres. Unlike most other national parks where leopards can be seen in the dark Sri Lanka leopards are in motion during the day as well. Yala is one of the oldest national parks in Sri Lanka same time it is one of the biggest national parks in Sri Lanka with 97880 hectares extent. Initially, it was used as a hunting ground during British rule in Sri Lanka. Yala is declared a national park in 1900 and became a safe place for animals. Yala is divided into 5 zones. Yala is a famous high density of wildlife such as Leopards, Elephants, Deer, Wild boars, bears, monkeys etc. Overnight stay in a hotel in Udawalawe DAY 2 Early morning leave for a Udawalawe national park jeep safari, the jeep safari lasts about 4 hours and later drive to the Sinharaje rainforest for a guided rainforest trek and learn about the fascinating fauna and flora of the rainforest. Later drive to the hotel. UDAWAWE NATIONAL PARK SAFARI Udawalawe is an important habitat for Sri Lankan elephants, which are relatively hard to see in its open habitats. Many elephants are attracted to the park because of the Udawalawe reservoir, with a herd of about 250 believed to be permanently resident. The Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home was established in 1995 for the purpose of looking after abandoned elephant calves within the park. A total of nine calves, on two occasions in 1998 and 2000, with another eight calves in 2002, were released in the park when old enough to fend for themselves. SINHARAJA RAINFOREST Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a forest reserve and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. It is of international significance and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO. More than 60% of the trees are endemic and many of them are considered rare. 50% of Sri Lankan's endemic species of animals (especially butterflies, amphibians, birds, snakes and fish species). It is home to 95% endemic birds.

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