“Never apologize for being over sensitive and emotional when defending the welfare of wildlife.
Let this be a sign that you have a big heart and aren’t afraid to show your true feelings.
These emotions give you the strength to fight for what is right and to be the voice of those who cannot be heard.”
― Paul Oxton
The beautiful island of Sri Lanka will be home for 9 days, as we explore five fabulous national parks on the lookout for elusive leopards, herds of elephants, Sri Lankan Sloth Bears and more, on this unique wildlife tour which also takes in the impressive temple of Dambulla.
In general we love the innocent. But surprisingly, one might spend so much to visit Sri Lanka and spend many days inside national parks to see these Carnivores who looks amazing. The Sri Lankan Leopard known as”Kotiya” by locals is a recognized subspecies of the Indian Leopard and is the largest leopard found in Asia. This leopard in perfect shape and most attractive print, hence anyone would fall in love with this. It is estimated that there are around 500-650 Leopards in Sri Lanka. Yala national park is the best location in the world for a Leopard safari in Sri Lanka and join with us to get the perfect captures of solitary hunters, at times alone, at times the mother walking with the cub, at times the family together. Our Naturalist is expertise with Leopard life and you will be Thankful for the memories.
Do not worry if you couldn’t make a visit to Africa; join us for the ultimate wild life adventure meeting the Big brothers in Asia. Sri Lanka has been identified as the top spot to have easy captures of the Big Five mammals and 05 days of this Tour will offer you tremendous wild life experience.
What Wi-Fi facilities can I expect in hotels in different locations?
Many hotels now have free Wi-Fi facilities either in room or in specific public area. Some few hotels would charge you for Wi-Fi facility in rooms. But in some isolated areas such as Yala camping sites and Sinharaja rain forests, there is no internet signals and Wi-Fi facilities available.
Is it possible to campe inside national parks?
There are camping sites outside and close to national parks and they are run by the private sector with well tranined and experienced rangers.
What is the best time to arrange a wildlife safari in Sri Lanka?
There are two monsoon seasons in Sri Lanka, southwest monsoon (May to September) and northeast monsoon (November to March). Most of national parks such as Yala, Bundala, Lunugamvehera, Minneriya Wilpattu are located in affected areas of southeast monsoon. Authorities close down some of the national parks in extreme dry seasons. These dates can be found in our website and wildlife department websites.
Is malaria a problem for travelling in Sri Lanka?
Since 2012 Sri Lanka has been free of locally acquired malaria until now. However, its best to consult your family doctor in advance to know any other specific vaccinations.