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Other Life Styles: Culture | Half Board | Adventure | Weddings | Nature | Spa | Golf | Trekking | Heritage | Anniversary | AyurvedicSri Lanka Wildlife City
Gain a unique insight into Sri Lanka’s wild side with specially designed Wildlife holidays in Sri Lanka. The tropical island paradise that it is, offers visitors a plethora of natural wonders to behold. With the religious and cultural teachings of Buddhism, Sri Lankan's love and respect wildlife and a good conservation ethic is prevalent thought the entire island. 13% of Sri Lanka's land area consists of National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. Wildlife holidays in Sri Lanka give our customer a chance to see a healthy 92 species of mammal; 16 of which are endemic to the island. visitors to any of Sri Lanka's parks and sanctuaries are guaranteed a glimpse of many a rare and beautiful critter deep in the tropical jungle and lush green expanses of the island.

Yala National Park is believed to have the world’s highest concentration of leopards. Uda Walawe National Park is famous for its elephants, but Minneriya National Park boasts the awesome dry season “Gathering”. .

Sri Lanka is one of the world’s best places to see blue whales, Sperm whales, killer whales, pilot whales and dolphins are also regularly spotted on whale watching trips from Mirissa on the south coast.

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About Sri Lanka - Wilpattu National ParkWilpattu National Park
Covering an impressive 425 sq miles, Wilpattu National Park is Sri Lanka’s largest. Having reopened in March, 2010 it is just a matter of time before it becomes a popular eco-tourism destination.More...
About Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka Jeep SafarisSri Lanka Jeep Safaris
A jeep safari will afford you the unforgettable opportunity to see some of the island’s most celebrated creatures in its own natural habitat.More...
About Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka Dolphin WatchingSri Lanka Dolphin Watching
Dolphins are among the most intelligent animals and they are found worldwide but more so in the shores of Sri Lanka.More...
About Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka Whale WatchingSri Lanka Whale Watching
The frequency as well as the proximity to the shore makes Sri Lanka one of the easiest places in the world to spot blue or sperm whales.More...
About Sri Lanka - Somawathie Chaittiya National ParkSomawathie Chaittiya National Park
The Somawathi Chaithya National Park located on the bank of the Mahaveli River close to Polonnaruwa is home to large number of wild animals ranging from elephants, wild buffalo, deer and other grass-eating animals.More...
About Sri Lanka - Flood Plains National ParkFlood Plains National Park
Flood Plains National Park is in Polonnaruwa district and it is part of Mahaweli system of protected areas, both for its unique villus and as a corridor for wildlife migration between grazing lands in Wasgamuwa.More...
About Sri Lanka - Yala National ParkYala National Park
Yala National Park or Ruhuna National Park is the second largest and most visited national park in Sri Lanka. Yala National Park is well recognised as one of the best parks in the world to observe and photograph leopards.More...
About Sri Lanka - Eco Tours and Adventure ToursEco Tours and Adventure Tours
Sri Lanka has something to offer everyone. On the adventure side of eco-tourism, it has the potential to become one of the great adventure destinations in the world.More...
About Sri Lanka - Luxury Tented SafarisLuxury Tented Safaris
Luxury Tented Safaris in Sri Lanka offers a wonderful experience that allows you to really appreciate and enjoy the remarkable beauty of the Sri Lanka wilderness.More...
About Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka Bird WatchingSri Lanka Bird Watching
Sri Lanka boasts an impressive range of habitats and 430 bird species of which about 26 are endemic and a number of others are shared only with the Western Ghats of southern India.More...
About Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka WildlifeSri Lanka Wildlife
Despite its small size, Sri Lanka has one of the richest biodiversities of any country in the world. It is home to thousands of different species from rare butterflies and birds, to lumbering elephants, slothful bears and leopards.More...
About Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka National ParksSri Lanka National Parks
Influenced by the Buddhist respect for all living beings, Sri Lanka has a well-entrenched conservation ethic. As a result, there are 20 protected national parks and over 50 sanctuaries, which together account for 13% of Sri Lanka’s land area.More...

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Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Elephant Safari and Beach Holiday HolidaySri Lanka Sri Lanka Elephant Safari and Beach Holiday Holidayfrom £1189 
Our Sri Lanka elephant safari and beach holiday is the perfect introduction to this much loved creature. Come and discover the elephants of Sri Lanka, from rescued sanctuary animals to seeing them in their natural habitat in a national park.

Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Elephant Tour HolidaySri Lanka Sri Lanka Elephant Tour Holidayfrom £1139 
If you are looking for holidays with elephants, elephant tours Sri Lanka will introduce you to the much loved Sri Lankan elephant. Come and discover the elephants of Sri Lanka, from rescued elephants at a sanctuary to the wild elephants in their natural habitat.

Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Discovery Tour and Beach HolidaySri Lanka Sri Lanka Discovery Tour and Beach Holidayfrom £899 
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Sri Lanka Luxury Cultural Triangle and Wildlife Tour and Beach HolidaySri Lanka Luxury Cultural Triangle and Wildlife Tour and Beach Holidayfrom Call Us
Discover the world renowned Cultural Triangle and the wild life of Sri Lanka in this tour while staying at some of the finest hotels. Tour includes Anuradhapura Ancient City Tour, Polonnaruwa Ancient City Tour, Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Dambulla Caves, The

Excursions of the Wildlife Life style, Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Muthurajawela MarshMuthurajawela MarshNegombocapital colombo
 Muthurajawela Marsh is a distinctive wetland habitat on the Negombo lagoon in the south of the town of Negombo.

Sri Lanka Millennium Elephant FoundationMillennium Elephant FoundationKegallehill country
 The Millennium Elephant Foundation, come Experience, Volunteer and Rescue these Gentle Giants and give them a second chance for a life they deserve.

Sri Lanka Pinnawela Elephant OrphanagePinnawela Elephant OrphanageKegallehill country
 Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage is home for nearly 84 young and old orphaned elephants. Feed the baby elephants and watch them play and plod down to the river for their daily bath.

Sri Lanka Uda Walawe National Park SafariUda Walawe National Park SafariUdawalawesouth coast
 The Uda Walawe National Park has around 500 wild elephants populating the area in large herds, it is an ideal place to see these majestic pachyderms in their natural surroundings.

Sri Lanka Yala National Park TourYala National Park TourYalasouth coast
 Yala National Park or Ruhuna National Park is the second largest and most visited national park in Sri Lanka. It is one of the best parks in the world to observe and photograph leopards.

Sri Lanka Minneriya National Park SafariMinneriya National Park SafariPolonnaruwaancient cities
 Dominated by the ancient Minneriya Tank, Minneriya National Park has plenty of scrub and light forest in its 8890 hectares to provide shelter for its toque macaques, sambar deer, leopards and elephants – to name a few.

Sri Lanka Horton PlainsHorton PlainsNuwara Eliyahill country
 Horton Plains is one of the most popular and a unique natural attraction in Sri Lanka. It is located 2000m high plateau 28km south of Nuwara Eliya and its known for its beautiful landscapes, rare plants, animal life and World’s End where the plains comes suddenly to an end.

Sri Lanka Singharaja Rain ForestSingharaja Rain ForestSinharajahill country
 Sinharaja Rain Forest’s biodiversity makes it one of Sri Lanka’s seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Sinharaja Rain Forest is a great location for general wildlife enthusiasts and a must for bird watchers.

Sri Lanka Turtle Observation Camp at RekawaTurtle Observation Camp at RekawaTangallasouth coast
 The small fishing village of REKAWA has a pioneering conservation project to protect the turtles that returns to the Rekawa beach every year.

Sri Lanka ancient-cities
Five centuries before Christ, Sri Lanka was a land thriving with vitality and a progressive cultured civilisation. Cities, places, reservoirs, parks, temples, monasteries, monuments and works of arts all bear testament to this ancient civilisation and the subsequent ones that have followed through the centuries. Come to the Cultural Triangle and visit this unique ancient civilisation in Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Kandy and Sigiriya.

Sri Lanka capital-colombo
Colombo, Sri Lanka's largest city is an incredibly colourful and exciting place offering visitors an array of activities ranging from bargain hunting at the popular bazzar known as the 'World Market' or sampling Colombo's ever growing number of restaurants and cafes to visiting intriguing Buddhist temples, mosques, churches and Hindu temples serving the multi-religious community of Colombo and also of Sri Lanka. Colombo hotels, ranging from luxury 5 star accommodation to economical short- stay apartments, provide convenient lodging within the vicinity of city’s top business, shopping, entertainment and dining venues.

Sri Lanka hill-country
When you travel due east of Colombo heading inwards you automatically come to Sri Lanka’s invigorating Hill Country. Here you will be greeted by some really outstanding scenery which will take your breath away.

Sri Lanka south-coast
The sweeping golden sands and lapping blue waters continue along the southern perimeter of the island providing a peaceful escape to visitors of the towns dotted along the coast.

Sri Lanka west-coast
There can hardly be a coastline anywhere in the world endowed with so many beautiful beaches. Sri Lanka offers over a thousand miles of pale gold beaches decorated with coconut palms lapped by blue waters providing the visitor with an amazing interpretation of paradise. The West Coast offers an array of golden beaches stretching along the western perimeter of the island with an assortment of towns.