Animals / Birds Trail

10 Days / 09 Nights

Day 01 – Colombo

The arrival of Bandaranaike Airport and be met by our representative with a warm welcome.

Transfer to Colombo

Overnight stay in Colombo

Day 02 – Sinharaja

Morning bird watching at Diyasuru Park (Wetland)

Diyasaru Park is a developed (partly) wetland. But once you are in there, it is hard to say so. Bio-diversity is a major concern in this wetland park. Lots of types of plants, trees, aquatic plants, birds, butterflies, dragonflies, reptiles can be seen there.  

Transfer to Sinharaja and leisure

Overnight stay in Sinharaja

Day 03 – Sinahraja / Udawalawa

Take a morning walk through the Sinharaja rain forest. Among the plants in the forest, over 60 % are endemic. The forest spreads over 11,000 hectares, and it’s a World Heritage ecosystem. The endemic plants, trees, flowers, birds and fish can be seen in the forest. This is a thousand years old virgin forest accommodating rare varieties of flora.

Transfer to Udawalawa

  • Elephant Transit Camp

Drive to the Elephant Transit Home at Udawalawe where, in conjunction with Born Free, orphan elephants are given shelter and care before being returned to the wild.

Overnight stay in Udawalawa

Day 04 – Udawalawa

Game drive at Udawalawa national park

It has outstanding scenic beauty and a wealth of animal and bird species. Udawalawa is very famous for Elephants. Besides elephants, sambar deer and wild buffalo (their numbers boosted by domesticated buffaloes), there are also mongooses, bandicoots, foxes, water monitor lizards, crocodiles, sloth bears, and the occasional leopard.

  Visit –

  • Vavulpane Limestone Cavern

The cave is located in the hills surrounded by mountains. The length of the cave is 450 m. Visitors can enter into the cave from one end and come out from the other end. Researchers believe there are about one million bats in the cave. The origin of the cave is about 500 million years at the time of the emergence of the earth and it is a unique creation of nature. A similar cavern is in the USA, the Luray Cavern attracting thousands of tourists. 

Overnight stay in Udawalawa

Day 05 / 06 – Yala

This is the most visited national park in Sri Lanka. The endangered Sri Lankan Elephant, recognized subspecies of the Asian Elephant, can be seen in large herds by the waterholes in Yala. The 44 species of mammals include Sri Lankan sloth bear, spotted deer, water buffalo, crocodiles, and the leopard – the star of Yala. The birdlife in the Yala National Park is amazing tooOver 215 species of birds have been recorded in Yala, with six being endemic to Sri Lanka. 

Join half-day and full-day game drive at Yala national park

Overnight stay in Yala / Tissamaharamaya

Day 07 / 08 – Mirissa

Transfer to Mirissa and leisure at the beach

Located close to the Southern tip of the Island of Sri Lanka this scheduled crescent-shaped beach is the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy your holiday. The sandy tropical beach of Mirissa boasts some of Sri Lanka’s best & most stunning sunsets & sunrises.

  • Whales & Dolphin Watching

In this warm Indian Ocean, you will be able to see different kinds of Whales such as Blue Whales, Sperm Whales, Fin Whales, Bryde’s Whales and sometimes Killer Whales. And also common Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins, Spinner Dolphins, Striped Dolphins, Risso’s Dolphins. Mirissa is one of the hot spots for whales watching.

Overnight stay in Mirissa

Day 09 – Bentota

Transfer to Bentota

  • Explore Galle city

UNESCO declared World Heritage Site the magnificent Dutch fort is the most popular attraction of the town. 300-year-old Dutch atmosphere is still very much alive around the fort and amidst its many historical buildings not invaded by the skyscrapers. The beautiful beach of Unawatuna is just 6km southeast of the city center.

   Visit –  

  • Old Dutch fort
  • Light House
  • Colonial Building
  • Turtle Hatchery
  • Boat safari at Madu River

Madu Ganga River is famous for boat riding. There are about 18 small islands in Madu Ganga Lake. Madu River (Gaga) has high ecological, biological and aesthetic significance, being home to 303 species of plants belonging to 95 families and to 248 species of vertebrate animals. It might be one of the last remaining tracts of pristine mangrove forests in Sri Lanka.

Overnight stay in Bentota

Day 10 – Departure

According to your departure time transfer to Colombo international airport


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