Tour 10 – 08 Nights 09 Days


Kithulgala - Sinharaja Rainforest - Yala  - Bundala – Nuwara Eliya – Kandy – Negombo
  • Kitulgala forest is a secondary lowland rain forest & reserve to protect the water shed of the Kelani River. The forest area extending up to the higher elevations, It is one of the best places to see Sri Lanka's endemic birds, Orange-billed Babbler, Sri Lanka green pigeon, Sri Lanka Hanging Parrot.
  • In the Moring we are birds watching around the area. After breakfast we drive to Sinharaja Forest Reserve. Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a located in wet zone and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. It is of international significance and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. Sinharaja is one of the best places for the birds watching because there are number of endemic birds we can see. Orange-billed Babbler , Red-faced Malkoha, Green-billed Coucal , Sri Lanka Blue Magpie, spot winged Thrush, Ashy headed laughthrush and many other species.
  • Evening we are going to inside the forest for birds watching.
  • In the morning we are going inside the forest through the same trail we went yesterday to see other birds and animals that we couldn’t see, Sri Lanka Giant Squirrel, Palm Squirrel and also Purple faced Langur. After lunch we are driving to Tissamaharama, by the way you can feel climatic deference wet and dry zone in Sri Lanka.
  • Full day in The Yala National park .We are taking a Safari Jeep, focusing on Sri Lanka Leopard because Yala is the best place to see the Leopard. We take packed breakfast and lunch , willing to see Barred Buttonquail, Indian peafowl, Spoon bills, Cormorants, Cuckoos, Blue faced Malkoha, Common Hoopoer, White bellied sea Eagle, Brahminy kite, Great Thick Knee and migrant birds as well.
  • In the morning we are going to Bundala,
  • Bundala is a National Park and the first Ramsar site in Sri Lanka. Bundala National Park is an internationally important wintering ground for migratory birds in Sri Lanka. Northern Pintail, Garganey, Glossy Ibis, Greater Painted snipe, Black tailed Godwit, Small Pratincole, Caspian Tern
  • After lunch around 3.30pm we go to Tissamaharama area for bird watching, This area is good for water birds and Woodpekers, Yellow Bittern, Black Bittern, Pheasan tailed Jacana, Greater Painted snipe.
  • After breakfast we drive to Nuwara Eliya.
  • This famous upcountry town is situated 1868 meters (6128 feet) above sea level and it is in the Nuwara Eliya District. Due to it's high altitude, it has a Sub Tropical Highland climate. The average annual temperature varies between 11-20 C° and the recorded lowest temperature is 0.4 C°.
  • In the afternoon we are visiting the Victoriya Park for birds watching, Kashmir Flycatcher, Pied Thrush, Grey Wagtail, Yellow-Eared Bulbul.
  • Early in the morning we start drive to Horton around 5.30am because we have to drive 27km from Nuwaraeliya Town.
  • Horton Plains National Park is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka and it is covered by montane grassland and cloud forest. This plateau at an altitude of 2,100–2,300 metres (6,900–7,500 ft) is rich in biodiversity and many species found here are endemic to the region. We are focusing on endemic birds, Sri Lanka Whisting Thrush, Sri lanka bush Warbler, Yellow eared Bulbul and also Sri lanka wood pigeon,
  • In the afternoon we are planning to visit Victoria Park.
  • After breakfast we leave to Kandy
  • Kingdom of Kandy was an independent monarchy of the island of Lanka, located in the central and eastern portion of the island. It was founded in late 15th century and endured until the early 19th century. This is the last kingdom in Sri Lanka.
  • After noon visiting the Temple of the tooth
  • End of the tour