Wildlife Safari In Sri Lanka Package 1 - 7 Days

Sri Lanka may be a small island, but its rich biodiversity would do justice to a much larger country. Wildlife Safari Sri Lanka offers truly wonderful experiences that will make you fall in love with the place and never leave you!

Wildlife in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is teeming with wild animals. All travelers will be fascinated by the magnificent view of large herds of elephants, elusive leopards, monkey species, endemic lazy bears, various deer species and much more on Sri Lanka’s wildlife safari. There are many exciting and family-friendly animal safaris and we promise you a great time! Of the 102 mammal species, the majestic elephant is the largest surviving terrestrial mammal. These captivating animals are relatively easy to spot in most parks, large herds of extended families and solitary men on safari with wild animals in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka is also famous for its beautiful solitary leopard. This adaptable predator is best seen at dusk, as it comes out of the shadows of trees to hunt. Other predators found during an animal safari in Sri Lanka include torn bears, golden jackals and Mongooses.

Primates such as common langurs and a variety of monkeys (such as endemic macaque, violet-leaved monkeys and shag-monkey era) demonstrate their notable agility swaying from branch to branch, often in vast troops.

Our 4-wheel drive jeep safaris are held early in the morning and late afternoon, ensuring optimal viewing times. All vehicles are checked before each safari according to the safety standards of the national tour operators.

National Parks in Sri Lanka

Yala National Park – The second largest park in the country, this park is very popular with visitors. The area around Yala has also played host to several ancient civilizations.

Wilpattu National Park – Many visitors have discovered their first leopard here. This park is unique in that it has Willus, which are natural lakes.

Udawalawe National Park – Live an animal safari in Sri Lanka in the park, where it is best to watch wild elephants.

Minneriya National Park – This wildlife spot in Sri Lanka’s north-central province offers many species of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish and butterflies.

Bundala National Park – An animal safari in Sri Lanka in this place will not be easily forgotten. This national park is a paradise for birdwatchers and home to the great flamingo and many other migratory birds.

Wasgamuwa National Park – One of the protected areas where elephants can be seen in large flocks.

Horton Plains National Park – This park is located in the central highlands of Sri Lanka and is home to several species of magnificent flora and fauna.

Sinharaja Forest Reserve – Its name means “lion kingdom” and every visitor will be overwhelmed by the magic of this forest. The most common mammal here is the endemic langur with purple face.


During an animal safari in Sri Lanka, you can see your favorite animals, take many pictures, see our people with his smile and his pleasant personality and take home beautiful memories of a fantastic holiday.

Day 1

• Arrival to Bandaranaike International Airport and transfer to Diva villa.

• Check in to Diva Villa.

• Leisure time and relaxing, or Colombo city tour in the afternoon.

• Overnight stay at Diva Villa.

Colombo is a melting pot of cultures and commerce and a dynamic city with a fascinating history. Former Arab sailors visited these ports to trade with the Portuguese, Dutch and British settlers who occupied the city. Colombo has something for everyone today! Visit impressive cultural sites, Buddhist temples and Hindu kovils in the city and discover the diversity of religion, ethnicity and folk customs. Cross the city’s “Fort” business center, which features colonial buildings, modern hotels and offices. Explore the bustling markets and bazaars of Pettah. Explore museums and art centers with their wonderful collections of Sri Lankan antiques, crafts and crafts. Or treat yourself to a shopping spree and savor Sri Lankan specialties.

Day 2

• Breakfast at the hotel.

• Transfer to Kudawa / Deniyaya, located by the Sinharaja rainforest.

• Check in to a hotel.

• Short village trail in the evening.

• Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Kudawa / Deniyaya (HB).

After breakfast, drive to the Sinharaja Rainforest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The forest reserve is extraordinarily important in terms of biodiversity and fragility. Bird watching in Sinharaja is particularly interesting as it is home to 95% of Sri Lanka’s endemic birds! This evergreen rainforest is full of secrets and bears the name of a king of lions (Sinha) (Raja). Legend has it that the origin of the Sinhala people is the union of a princess with the lion king who once lived in the forest.

Day 3

• Early breakfast at the hotel.

• Nature trail in the Sinharaja rainforest.

• Transfer to Udawalawe.

• Half day safari at Udawalawe National Park (from 2:30 to 6:00pm)

• Check in to the Big Game safari campsite in Udawalawe

• Dinner and overnight stay at the Big Game campsite (HB).

Udawalawe National Park is located on the border between wetlands and dry areas of Sri Lanka and offers a diverse flora and fauna. The area, with its fascinating history and culture, is full of historic sites and natural wonders that will satisfy the most seasoned travelers. It is not uncommon for some 400 elephants to congregate within the park boundaries to feed and bathe at Udawalawe water points.

In addition to this main attraction, Udawalawe is home to many water buffaloes, aquatic lizards, sambar deer, monkeys and occasional leopards. Birdwatchers should be in their own winged paradise, with not only diversity, but also the amount of bird species in the park!

Day 4

• Early departure (at 5:00am) from Udawalawe with packed breakfast.

• Bird watching safari in Bundala National Park.

• Check in to the Big Game safari campsite in Yala.

• Lunch at the campsite.

• Birding excursion by the ancient irrigation tank of Tissa wewa.

• Dinner and overnight stay at Big Game campsite (FB).

The Bundala National Park is a fantastic wetland sanctuary hosting thousands of colorful birds, from small bee-eaters to grotesque open-billed storks. In total, there are 150 bird species in this wonderland for large animals of 62 km², many of which migrated between August and April. It is also a winter house for flamingos and it is possible to see more than 1500 flamingos at the same time! In Bundala you can observe the two species of crocodiles that live on the island. The estuarine crocodile, the largest living reptile, lives in the lagoons and at the mouth of the Kirindi Oya River, while the predatory crocodile lives in the small freshwater lakes and highlands of Kirindi Oya.

Day 5

• Full day safari at Yala National Park with packed breakfast and lunch.

• Return to the campsite.

• Dinner and overnight stay at the Big Game campsite in Yala.

Yala National Park, in the south-east of the country, covers nearly 1,000 square kilometers and is Sri Lanka’s second largest national park. With Wilpattu, it was designated a nature reserve in 1900 and is one of the first two national parks of Sri Lanka. Leopards are the stars here, but the park is also home to large herds of elephants, as well as deer, sambars, wild boars, wild buffaloes, sloths, jackals and mongooses. Birdlife is also fantastic and many species such as the pink starling, paradise flycatcher, Bonelli’s eagle, blue-tailed bee-eater and common loras inhabit this wilderness.

Day 6

• After breakfast proceed to Galle.

• Short birding excursion in Lake Koggala (approx. 1 hour).

• Check in to a hotel in Galle.

• Overnight stay at the hotel in Galle

Galle was once the main port of Sri Lanka. The Galle Fortress is a huge 90-acre garrison, originally built by the Portuguese and then enlarged by the Dutch in 1663. Its influences are evident in its eclectic architecture, including the famous Dutch Reform Church. When the British took over the fort, they also added their own influences. As you enter the fort, your life will be much slower than the raging movements outside the walls of the garrison. Fort Galle is one of the 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Sri Lanka.

Day 7

• Breakfast at the hotel.

• Check out from the hotel before noon and transfer back to the Bandaranaike International Airport.

Price Includes:

  • Free airport pickup
  • free luxury king room with the breakfast at Diva Villa Airport Transit hotel.
  • below 12 years children 50% off
  • well experienced drivers and luxury vehicles

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Wildlife Safari In Sri Lanka Package 1
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  • Max 6 pax, 4 pax and 2 pax