Focusing on the diverse and fascinating wildlife of Sri Lanka, you will spend 22 days discovering the flora and fauna of some of the islands best national parks. From leopards prowling the forests of Wilpattu and Yala National Parks, to the elephant herds of Udawalawe and the colourful birdlife that abounds in the Sinharaja Rainforest, Sri Lanka boasts a variety of unique ecosystems. You will also experience a taste of the rich cultural history of Sri Lanka, with visits to the ancient Sigiriya Rock Fortress and the famous tea gardens of the Hill Country. Spend your final few days on the stunning beaches of the south coast, the perfect way to relax after your safari.
What makes this trip extraordinary?
- Visit Wilpattu National Park, Sri Lanka’s largest national park and one of the best places to spot leopards.
- Seek out leopard, elephant, crocodile and sloth bear in Yala National Park.
- Journey off the beaten track in the remote Gal Oya National Park and Sinharaja Rainforest.
- Relax on the beautiful palm-fringed beaches of Weligama Bay.
Despite its relatively small size, the rich and varied natural habitats of Sri Lanka make it one of the best places in Asia for wildlife viewing.