$5,431.

Colombo Sinharaja Yala Mirissa Bay

Apr 22, 2019. 14 nights. 6 pax. $630 in single room.

Extension: Dambulla Sigiriya Polonnaruwa

+$2,491. 5 nights. 3–5 pax. $620 in single room.

Tour leaders: Lucas Bustamante, Frank Pichardo

Included. Package based on two people sharing a room. All meals and accommodation. All river and road transfers. Guides and tour leaders. Park entrance fees. Package based on...Package based on two people sharing a room. All meals and accommodation. All river and road transfers. Guides and tour leaders. Park entrance fees. Excluded. Additional nights due to flight cancellations. Alcoholic beverages, bottled water and snacks. Insurance of any kind. International and domestic airfares. Laundry. Phone calls or messages. Photo equipment. Visa fees. Additional nights...Additional nights due to flight cancellations. Alcoholic beverages, bottled water and snacks. Insurance of any kind. International and domestic airfares. Laundry. Phone calls or messages. Photo equipment. Visa fees.

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Brief itinerary

Your first stop will be Sinharaja Forest Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the area with the greatest number of endemic species in Sri Lanka. You will then visit Yala National Park, the most famous national park in Sri Lanka, a heaven for more than 200 different species of birds and 40 of mammals, including the iconic leopard, sloth bear, and elephant. Three hours drive from there, and you will be in Mirissa Bay, the perfect place for relaxing but also ideal to photograph seabirds, dolphins, and the blue whale. Finally, you will return to Colombo and get ready for the tour extension.

The tour extension will take you to three new UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Dambulla Cave Temple, Sigiriya, and the Ancient City of Polonnaruwa. These places will blow your mind with its unique beauty, history, and cultural richness. You will also be among huge troops of macaques and langurs, documenting their behavior and lifestyle around the ancient temples of Sri Lanka.

Nisaetus cirrhatus
Varanus bengalensis
Lyriocephalus scutatus
Panthera pardus
Sus scrofa
Calotes versicolor
Trimeresurus trigonocephalus
Dambulla Cave Temple
Bubalus arnee
Semnopithecus vetulus
Pteropus giganteus
Macaca sinica
Crocodylus porosus
Calotes calotes
Melursus ursinus
Pteropus giganteus
Macaca sinica
Gallus lafayettii
Semnopithecus priam
Pavo cristatus
Anthracoceros coronatus
Macaca sinica
Elephas maximus
Psittacula krameri

Why come with us?

We find you the animals

1. We take you to the animals

We help you get the shot

2. We help you get the photo

We use the money to fund research

3. We use the money to fund research

We use the money to save the Choco

4. We use the money to save the Choco rainforest