Sri Lanka Wildlife

This Sri Lanka wildlife itinerary is perfect for nature lovers. After spending time in Sri Lanka’s largest and oldest park Wilpattu, you will go in search of elephants at Minneriya National Park. At Gal Oya, there is a chance to see some of Sri Lanka’s nocturnal creatures.

Next stop is Yala National Park where you will take Jeep safaris in the hope of seeing leopard. Bird watchers will love Bundala, a UNESCO biosphere reserve where large flocks of greater flamingo congregate. Explore the trails of Sinharaja rainforest, home to 95% of Sri Lanka’s endemic birds.

The final stop of this journey is Mirissa, one of the few places in the world where you may see blue whales.

At a Glance – Sri Lanka Wildlife Itinerary

Price Dates N°· of nights N°· of guests Holiday type Weather Price includes
From £4,895 per person based on twin share Your choice 13 nights in country and 2 nights of air travel Minimum of 2 people Tailor-made

Temperature range of 23 – 33°c


Flights from the UK, internal flights, transfers, guides, accommodation, meals and activities where stated and back up service.

Time to visit: November to April

Sri Lanka Wildlife Itinerary

The places we stayed were lovely and the people so welcoming and every part of the holiday worked like clockwork down to the diligent planning.

Barnfield family