Sri Lankan Wildlife & Nature Experiences
Explore the diverse forest of Belipola Arboretum and learn how analog forestry is helping to maintain and improve bio-diversity in Sri Lanka.
Bundala National Park
Spend a morning or afternoon on safari in Bundala National Park, a less visited but just as excellent centre for wildlife spotting.
Elephant Transit Camp
A rehabilitation centre for orphan elephants, visit the transit camp to see how these animals are released back into the wild.
Horton Plains & Worlds End
Stunning wilderness National Park high in Sri Lanka's mountains
Kumana National Park
A national park teeming with wildlife from spoonbills to sloth bears.
Lahugala National Park
Sri Lanka's smallest national park, Lahugala is a great spot for watching Asian elephants in the wild and is just a skip from Arugum Bay.
Minneriya National Park
Jeep safari for elephant spotting around Minneriya Lake and surrounding National Park
Walking the Pekoe Trail provides the chance to see Sri Lanka's beauty, meet with local people, and learn about the culture of tea.
Peradeniya Botanical Gardens
Sri Lanka, Kandy and Around
Morning river safari along the Bentota Ganga.
Sinharaja Forest Reserve
Experience the wilderness in Sri Lanka's last remaining patch of virgin rainforest.
Uda Walawe 1/2 Day Safari
Explore the lush grasslands filled with elephants and birds
Lush forest filled with birds in the centre of Kandy
Wasgamuwa National Park
Spend half a day on safari in one of Sri Lanka's least spoilt National Parks.
Whale watching, Mirissa
Spend the morning on the lookout for Moby Dick. Sri Lanka is one of the world's best places for spotting the blue whale.
Wilpattu National Park
Take a trip to Sri Lanka's largest National Park and immerse yourself in the wilderness.
Yala National Park
Sri Lanka's Yala National Park has the world's highest density of leopards - so this is your best chance to see them.