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Wildlife Tour 5

2 Nights Udawalawe, 2 Nights Yala, 1 Night Tangalle, 2 Nights Mirrissa, 2 Nights Deniyaya, 1 Night Negombo

Route :

  • Udawalawe

  • Yala

  • Tangalle

  • Mirrissa

  • Singaraja

  • Negombo

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Tour Details

If you’re a wildlife enthusiast this is the tour for you. We cover almost the best possible wildlife parks in Sri Lanka. A wildlife and Nature photographers dream tour.

  • StartsBandaranayaka International Airport
  • EndsColombo
  • Hotel Rating4, 5 star & heritage hotels
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*Kindly note that the above tour programs are samples only. We can tailor made your program as per your request.


Day 1

Airport > Udawalawe

On arrival at the Bandaranaike International Airport, you will be met by our Magic Asia representative and transfer to your hotel in Udawalawe for overnight stay.

Day 2


After breakfast proceed jeep Safari at Udawalawe where elephant sightings are guaranteed, You will even be able to check out the Elephant Transit Home which rehabilitates injured and sick elephants and has become an integral cog in the conservation mission.

Udawalawe National Park: Uda Walawe, National Park has some 500 elephants that often gather in large herds to eat ‘Mana’ grass by the edge of the large lake. Elephant watching is also helped by the fact that much of the park consists of semi-open glades and abandoned teak plantations. The scenery is very picturesque as it is framed against the backdrop of the mist laden Hill Country.

Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 3

Udawalawe > Yala

Depart to yala after breakfast. An afternoon safari at Yala National Park. Overnight stay at Yala.

Day 4


After Early breakfast depart to enjoy a full day safari at Yala.

Yala: The park boasts the highest density of leopards not only in Sri Lanka but in the whole world, which is why it is commonly considered to be the best place to film and photograph these elusive beasts. The park also boasts a stunning array of other creatures, from Sloth Bears, Golden Palm Civet cats and Wild Water Buffalo to Hornbills, Black-capped Bulbuls and peacocks.

Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 5

Yala > Tangalle

After breakfast Leave to Tangalle, en-route to Bundala National Park for bird watching and the turtle nesting beaches at Tangalle.

Bundala National Park: The Bundala Lagoons constitute one of the most important wintering areas for shorebirds in Asia, accommodating up to 20 000 at any given time, apart from birdlife, the park is also home to other mammals.

The Turtle Nesting hatchery: Five out of the seven species of sea turtles come ashore to nest in Sri Lanka, making it an ideal country to go Turtle Watching. They are the Green Turtle, Leatherback, Hawksbill, Loggerhead and the Olive Ridley.

Check in to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 6

Tangalle > Mirissa

After breakfast head Mirissa. Arrive at your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Grab a drink as you sit down on the soft sand while you watch the sun set.

Day 7


After early breakfast proceed for whale watching.

Mirissa: The sea off Mirissa is the most reliable site in the world for seeing the difficult and desired Blue Whale. It may also be the best place for seeing Sperm Whales. Large Baleen Whales and Toothed Whales also come within sight of the shore.

Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 8

Mirissa > Deniyaya

Depart to Deniyaya after breakfast. An afternoon nature trek at Sinharaja rainforest. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 9

Deniyaya > Sinharaja

Proceed to a full day nature trek at Sinharaja rain forest.

Sinharaja: The reserve is rich in bird life with an impressive 147 species recorded to date. The Red-faced Malkoha is an endangered and elusive bird, and a sighting is generally rated as the highlight of rainforest birdwatching.

Return to the hotel for the overnight stay

Day 10

Sinharaja > Negombo

Proceed to Negombo after breakfast. An afternoon boat trip through muthurajawela marsh in negombo.

Muturajawela: The southern end of Negombo Lagoon is area of conserved lagoon and wetland rich in bird life with 126 resident species and aquatic mammals such as otter, mongoose and fishing cat. Large Salt-Water Crocodiles and Water Monitors are also present

Day 11

Negombo > Colombo

After Breakfast depart to Airport to the connecting flight

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