Wildlife Tours in Sri Lanka: Upto 20% Off

You already know how unpredictable and wild Sri Lanka is. One of the most exotic Asian tourist destinations, it offers the best wildlife tours in Sri Lanka. From luxury camp safari, to elephant rides and several sanctuaries, Sri Lanka is the hottest attraction of the year. The luxury camp safari at Sri Lanka’s Wilpattu region is an international favourite, and people come in from across the world to indulge in a great time in the lap of nature. Expect a very well set-up campsite, with the best of high-end amenities. Yes, it’s just like being in a posh hotel, except you’re so much closer to nature. Explore the depths of forest, and indulge in some delicious local cuisine. Have bonfires, mini picnics in the woods, or even have a small nature party, the expedition will leave you spoilt for choice.


Have you heard of the Sinharaja Rain Forest? One of the biggest Sri Lankan attractions, Sinharaja is known for its remarkable flora and fauna. Rarest species of animals, birds and even trees are found there. Or the wonderful safari experience that awaits you at the Udawalawe National Park. Opt for a jeep safari through the wild terrain of Udawalawe, and see elephants, deers, and a range of other exotic animals. A 5-hour safari through the great National Park will cost you Rs 6260. If you’re a trekker, you have to check out Knuckles Mountain. The trail follows you through Matale, Laggala and Pallegama, and is one of the best treks for wildlife lovers and nature photographers. You can even stay at the hilltop accommodations, and make the most of your expedition in the best wildlife tours in Sri Lanka.

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Enjoyed a thrilling wildlife adventure safari tour in Yala National Park, which has the highest density of Leopards including Sloths bears & elephants.
On the way to Kandy from Colombo take a visit to see the Elephants. If your timing is right you see them having a bath in the river then cross the road back to the orphanage where they are feed and roam the grounds They appear well cared for and are checked for illness and treated.