Awesome Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka a tiny island nation south of India in the Indian Ocean, is a rugged land of rainforest, diverse wildlife, endless beaches. It’s famed for ancient Buddhist ruins including the 5th-century citadel Sigiriya with palace and frescoes.

Place to Visit Yalla, Galle, Bentota

Trip Duration : 07 Night / 08 Days

Day 01 – Airport/ Yala

Welcome & assistance at airport & transfer to Yala. Leisure at the hotel. Overnight stay at Yala

Day 02 – Yala

After Breakfast visit Yala. Yala is among the oldest and best known of Sri Lanka’s National Parks. Yala covers about 1297 sqkm or 129,700 ha. And it is the largest agglomeration of protected areas in the country. The multifarious ecosystems ranging from Moist Monsoon Forest , to Dry Monsoon Forests, Semi Deciduous Forests,  forests, Grasslands, fresh water & marine wetlands, and sandy beaches, possesses a large number of important plant species and smaller animals. Block one is the most visited area since it contains the highest density of leopards. It is possible to take full day jeep safaris or to split your day into morning and afternoon drives. Your best chance to see a leopard is generally early in the morning and then again at dusk. There is also a substantial elephant population along with spotted deer, Sambar, Wild buffalo, Sloth bear, Jackal, Mongoose, Pangolins and Crocodiles. The bird life comprises over 120 species, and ranges from Lesser Flamingos to Paradise Flycatchers, Crested Hawk Eagles, and Black Bitterns. Outside of the park are several other fascinating birding locations, including the ancient hermitage of Sithulpahuwa, Debarawewa wetland and Palatupana saltpans. The coastline forms a major nesting ground for marine turtles. Overnight stay at Yala

Day 03 – Yala

After Breakfast Visit Udawalawe National Park lies on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces, in Sri Lanka. The national park was created to provide a sanctuary for wild animals displaced by the construction of the Udawalawe Reservoir on the Walawe River, as well as to protect the catchment of the reservoir. The reserve covers 30,821 hectares (119.00 sq mi) of land area and was established on 30 June 1972.[1] Before the designation of the national park, the area was used for shifting cultivation (chena farming). The farmers were gradually removed once the national park was declared. The park is 165 kilometres (103 mi) from Colombo. Udawalawe is an important habitat for water birds and Sri Lankan Elephants. It is a popular tourist destination and the third most visited park in the country. Overnight stay at Yala

Day 04 –Yala/Bundala/Galle

After Breakfast Visit Bundala National Park is an internationally important wintering ground for migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. Bundala harbors 197 species of Birds, the highlight being the Greater Flamingo, which migrate in large flocks.[1] Bundala was designated a wildlife sanctuary in 1969 and redesigned to a national park on 4 January 1993.[2] In 1991 Bundala became the first wetland to be declared as a Ramseur site in Sri Lanka. In 2005 the national park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, the fourth biosphere reserve in Sri Lanka.[3] The national park is situated 245 kilometers (152 mi) southeast of Colombo. Then proceed to Galle. Overnight stay at Galle

Day 05 – Galle

Visit Galle Fort Galle Basking on the southern coast of Sri Lanka in the bay of Galle, the Fort was first built by the Portuguese in 1588 before being extensively fortified by the Dutch in the mid-1600s. Recognized by UNESCO for its cultural heritage value, the Fort was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 as a unique exposition of "an urban ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European architecture and South Asian traditions from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Overnight stay at Galle

Day 06 –Galle/Bentota

After Breakfast visit Ambalangoda Mask Museum The town is famous for masks & puppets. The traditional masks are carved from light Balsa like Kaduru wood (Nux vomica). Kaduru trees grow in the marshy lands bordering paddy fields. The wood is smoke dried for a week in preparation. The hand carved & hand painted masks in traditional dance dramas are vibrant & colorful. The colourful & vibrant naga raksha (Cobra demon) mask of the Raksha Kolama (Demon dance), consist of a ferocious face with bulging, popping & staring eyes, a bloodthirsty carnivorous tongue lolling out of wide mouth armored & armed to the hilt with set of fanglike teeth, & all topped by a set of cobra hoods Overnight stay at Bentota

Day 07 –Bentota

Royal Beach Madu River Journey Maadu ganga flows across Balapitiya (approx 80kms down south of Colombo) and is one of the rarely visited, unspoiled attractions any nature lover can find in Sri Lanka. She boasts of having a cluster of 64 small islands scattered along her path and the most of which are covered with mangroves and uninhabited. The largest island is known as "Ma Doowa" is the largest inhabited island within the country where about 300 families live. The smallest islet of the lot is called "Satha Paha Doowa" where there is a tiny shrine with a statue built in respect of the gods of Kataragama. Kosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project ("KSTCP") Dudley Perera's project has been underway since 1988. The main aim of the project is to monitor local sea turtle activity and conserve the local nesting sites. We aim to make the public more aware of how endangered these beautiful creatures are and just how important it is to help protect them before it is too late. One of the most important activities of the project is its hatchery. Within the sanctuary of the project, collected and rescued eggs can hatch safely away from predators before being released into the sea at night-time. In addition, a certain number from each hatching are kept back for a short period for 'head starting' before release. The hatchery program is designed to maximize the number of hatchlings reaching the sea and surviving through the critical stages of their early life. Only a few hatchlings from each batch will ever make it to adulthood. Therefore every nest-ground, every egg, every hatchling and every turtle is crucial to the survival of the species. Unfortunately, sea turtles face many dangers. Overnight stay at Bentota

Day 08 –Bentota/Airport

After breakfast, you can rest at the hotel until check out time then transfer from Hotel to airport for departure flight

Package Cost Includes

Transportation in an Air-conditioned Coach with the services of an English Speaking Guide.

Airport Transfers

Sightseeing tours as per the program

Meet and Greet service

All applicable government taxes.

Lunches on Tour.

Package Cost Excludes

Camera and video permits

Embarkation tax

Any expenses of a personal nature

Tips and porter age

Meals not specified in the program

Early Check-in & Late Check-outs from hotels

Entrance fees where applicable.

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Optional Entrance Fees: (Per person rate) –Clients can pay directly at places(Indian Clients)

Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage – US$ 08

Kandy Temple – US$ 05

Peradeniya – US$ 10

Cultural Dance Show – US$ 05

Turtle Hatchery – US$ 05

Boat Ride in Madu Ganga – US$ 10

Optional Entrance Fees: (Per person rate) –Clients can pay directly at places (Exclude Indian Clients)

Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage – US$ 25

Kandy Temple – US$ 10

Peradeniya – US$ 10

Cultural Dance Show – US$ 05

Turtle Hatchery – US$ 5

Boat Ride in Madu Ganga – US$ 10s