About the Activity:
The package provides you with comfortable hotel pick up by TukTuk and drop off by an air-conditioned car. Also, the package provides with refreshments and water bottles and is inclusive of lunch with chilled beer. The package also provides the service of a trekking guide and is inclusive of all government taxes.
Timings: The time duration of the package is 10 hours and starts at 6:30 am and continues till 4:30 pm.
Starting/Ending Point: Your Hotel from Ella/Bandarawela
Note: Minimum 2 persons and maximum 10 persons are eligible to book the tour.
Ella, based in the Badulla district of Sri Lanka, refers to
a charming town that reflects the dignity of Sri Lanka. Ella is such a spot
that caters a perfect holiday location where you can gather peace amidst
nature, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. On visiting Ella, you can
witness scenic views of the plains, tea gardens and cafes that constitute Elle.
Besides, a soothing and pleasant climate that lasts for the year soothes your
mind and soul greatly.
About the Activity:
With the trekking activity to Ella, grab the chance to experience hiking on a rocky trail which will take 4 hours for the delightful journey to take place. The package lets you wander through the charming countryside views, tea plantations and move ahead to arrive at the Ella rock peak.
The trip starts from Bandarawela and makes you walk in the railroads and grasp the lovely scenes of forests and mountains. Also, you experience the panoramic views of Little Adams’s Peak and visit Ella town where you witness the local habitation.
The package is inclusive of train tickets and provides you with a pack of delicious refreshments. You shall also be provided with a professional trekking guide and all local transportation during the trek.
Timings: You can choose a comfortable 4 hours trekking schedule in between 8.30 am to 4:00 pm according to your convenience.
Starting/Ending Point: Train station of Bandarewela / Haputale
Note: Minimum 2 persons and maximum 8 persons are eligible to book the package.
Timings: Between 8.30 am to 4:00 pm
- Minimum 2 people are required to book this tour.
- Maximum 8 people are required to book this tour.
About the Activity:
The package is inclusive of 1-night accommodation in a simple homestay. You shall also grab delicious meals from day one lunch to day three lunch (Package meals will be offered during treks). You shall also enjoy the services of a naturalist during the trekking. Besides, the package is inclusive of local transportation during the entire tour.
Starting/Ending Point: The package starts and ends at Haputale in Sri Lanka.
Start Time: The trek begins at 7 am in the morning.
Note: Minimum 2 persons are required to book this activity.
The Weligalpoththa Buddhist Monastery in Sri Lanka is
surrounded by mesmerizing views of nature and immense peace. Witness the
lifestyle of monks who lead their lives in simplistic manner and are dedicated
in utilizing time on meditation which most probably lasts for days or weeks or
months. You get the chance to view the sacred ‘bo‘ tree (asathu tree), which is
worshipped by the local villagers for good health and wishes.
About the Package:
With the Trekking Trip To Weligalpoththa Buddhist Monastery, you get a chance to enjoy a 25 km Tuk-Tuk journey that begins at the dawn of the day. Later, enjoy a 2 hours trekking experience that lets you traverse through jungle paths and remote villages and witness the lifestyle of the village folks and their simplicity.
View the pleasant natural beauty of porcupines or mongooses which you encounter on your way to the monastery. Besides, you get to learn at the Monastery, the principles of Buddhism and understand the Buddhist monastic life.
The package is inclusive of meals served as breakfast, lunch, and refreshments. Also, you are provided with comfortable local transportation through public buses and Tuk Tuk and rikshaws. In addition, the package includes the service of an expert trekking guide.
Timings: You can book the package for 2 hours time period that begins at 5 am.
Starting/Ending Point: Bandarawela, Srilanka
Note: Minimum two persons and a maximum of 8 persons are required to book the tour package.
Waterfall Trekking in Kitulgala
Waterfall Trekking is one of the most sought after adventure sports among the vistors which solely aims on providing a closer view of the incredible scenic panorama of the waterfall here along with the lavish greenery spread across.
Highlights: Enjoy exclusive tropical flora and lianas not popular in Srilanka
Best Time: February to April
Things to Keep in Mind: Since it is a waterfall trekking, comfortable and well gripping shoes should be packed. Its easy so previous training is not required.
Adventure Trek in Knuckles Mountains
The venue is filled with several natural trails and scenic beauty comprising of pristine villages, stretched tea gardens and lush meadows. One must not miss the adventurous journey through Mini World End Trail, Pitawala-Pathena trail, Knuckles trail and Ash Cave Trail.
Location: In the districts of Matale and Kandy,Central Srilanka
Highlights: Fascinating halts at Corbat’s Gap View Point and Bamboo Avenue
Best Time: December to February
Things to Keep in Mind: It’s a not an easy trek especially since the trekking trails are hard. Accompanying an experienced tracker is advisable since the top of the range can be quite confusing.
Visit Horton Plains National Park
Along with the pictorial scenic beauty one can also see Sri Lanka Samba deer, wild boar and spot macaques. At an Altitude-2100-2300 meter, World’s End serve as the end point of this hiking tour. The look out from this point is simply amazing and provides an expansive terrain.
Location: Ohiya, Sri Lanka
Highlights: Sunrise at World’s End
Best Time: November to March
Things to Keep in Mind: The trek is not very easy throughout the trail especially near the falls. Reach at World End before sunrise for best view
Rain Forest Trekking in Kitulgala Forest Reserve
Location: Kitulgala, 95 km from Colombo, west of Srilanka
Highlights: It is the wettest place of the country having monsoons twice a year
Best Time: February to April
Trek to Adam's Peak
The trek starts from the far end of Dalhousie village and reaching the large standing Buddha. Trekking can be really exhausting especially when it is 5500 steps and do wear warm clothes as it is cold up there.
Location: It is approximately 5 hours from the airport.
Best time of visit: Adam’s Peak should be made by night so that you reach them by dawn and the ideal month would be December and January.
Sinharja Raniforest Trek
The greatest attraction of this trek is the unique collection of the endemic species in birds, trees, mammals, amphibians, insects and even reptiles. It is one of the popular trekking spots of Sri Lanka since it is the only place where one can trek through the virgin rainforest and enjoy the luscious greenery without getting the fear of wild animals especially in the dry zone area of Yala.
Location: Southern Province, Sri Lanka, 160km from Colombo
Highlights: Endemic species like Purple faced Langur, frog mouthed owl etc
Best Time: December to April; August and September.
World's End Nuwara Eliya
You can see animals such as leopards and deer. Experience the amazing flora and fauna which will be an amazing experience.
Location: The nearest station is in Nanu Oya which is about 8km.
Highlights: Baker’s fall which is truly spectacular
Best Time to Visit: The best time to reach there is before 10:00 AM before it gets too cloudy because you will not be able to see anything after that.
Meemure Sri Lanka
Highlights: Forming part of the eco-tourism, it is an ideal place that soothes the eyes of nature lovers. In fact, people coming here will surely fall in love with plush mountain views welcoming tourists in full swing. Considered as a paradise on the grounds of Sri Lanka, it is famous as a place where Ravana lifted Dhadu Monara (aircraft of Ravana). It is also an ideal place for enjoying trekking that surely uplifts the spirit of adventure lovers. After all, a vacation to Meemure will always be cherished.
Location: Positioned between the districts of Kandy and Matale, Meemure lies on the Knuckles Mountain Range in Sri Lanka and stands to be the remotest village.
Price: With food and lodging facilities available within the budget, travelers are required to hire trekking equipments before enjoying the splendid beauty of nature.