Eco-friendly tour in Sri Lanka
From: 968,84 €
Discover Sri Lanka while being responsible with the environment. Environmental awareness does not excludes the need of travelling around the world and discover every hidden corner of our planet. Practise trekking through the most magic paths of the country, find the animals in their natural habitat, but enjoy everything this country has to offer.
- Per person cost of twin-sharing accommodation
- Transport by private air-conditioned car or van and services of English speaking chauffeur guide for the entire duration
- Local government taxes & service charges
- Meals Breakfast and Dinner
- Entrances fee
- Travel Insurance
- Optional tours & activities
- Flights – Airport taxes
- Activities & highlights
- Camera & Video permits at cultural sights
- All expenses of personal nature
- Tips and portage
- Spa and Wellness treatment
- 968,84 €/person
Day 1: DINNER AND STAY AT HIKKADUWA
Upon arrival at the airport or pre – requested location in Colombo. You will meet your representative. Thereafter you will travel directly to Hikkaduwa. You may either spend the day relaxing of the pool or walk towards the beach as much as you can.
Day 2: DINNER AND STAY AT HIKKADUWA
After having breakfast at hotel, leave for Kanneliya Forest reserve located in the Galle district. Kanneliya is regarded as one of the most biologically diverse area in the country, as well as in the world. Natural bath: – streams flowing through Kanneliya offers many opportunities to take a dip in clean cool water.
Day 3: DINNER AND STAY AT DENIYAYA
After having breakfast at hotel, leave for Morning Side. Originally named by the colonial planters who grew tea on Morning Side, now it has been replaced by cardamon. Visitors can observe the entire process of cardamon production here. Morning Side was so named because it feels like it is morning all day long from December to April.
Day 4: DINNER AND STAY AT DENIYAYA
After having breakfast at hotel, leave for Sinharaja, the World Heritage rain forest which is largely undisturbed most famous rainforest in Sri Lanka. This important forest is also a man and Biosphere forest reserve. It is home to a large number of endemic species. You can enter to the forest by going to Deniyaya.
Day 5: DINNER AND STAY AT TISSAMAHARAMA
After having breakfast at hotel, leave for Udawalawa jeep safari tour. Keeping company to the herds of elephants, the main attraction of the park, a water Buffalo, Spotted deer, Sambur Deer, Jackal, Sumber, Mongooses, Bandicoots, Foxes, the endemic Toque, Macaque and Grey sighting Leopards and other smaller cats like fishing Cat & Jungle Cat would be a bonus.
Day 6: DINNER AND STAY AT TISSAMAHARAMA
After having breakfast at hotel, leave for Yala jeep safari. Yala national park is one of the best places for sightseeing’s of wild elephants. The park is the home for many animals including, Buffalos, Circles, Crocodiles, Wild boars and Bears, the cats chuff can be heard from a distance is so soporific. They love to bask in the sun at the top of 30ft rock and it’s breathtaking.
Day 7: DINNER AND STAY AT NUWARA ELIYA
After having breakfast at hotel, leave for the queen Victoria park which is located in the Nuwara Eliya and one of the most visit attractions in Nuwara Eliya. You can visit one of the tea factories, where the picked tea leaves are dried and are processed into the form.
Day 8: DINNER AND STAY AT KANDY
After having breakfast at hotel, leave Udawatta Sanctuary. This forest extents about 257 acres and is considered to be a vital Bio reverse for the much populated Kandy city. Then leave for Peradeniya botanical garden – the many highlights include a five collection of orchids and a stately avenue of royal Palms. Another big hit is the giant Javan fig tree on the great lawn. Covering 2500 sq meters, it’s like a giant, living geodesic dome.
Day 9: BACK TO COLOMBO
After having breakfast at hotel, all good things must come to an end. Your representative with comfortable take you back to the international airport for a safety return journey.