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Wildlife And Nature Tour
  • Tour Category

    Group Tour

  • Tour Types

    Sun and Sand, Sightseeing, Wildlife

  • Duration

    18 Days

  • Activity Level

    Easy

  • Language

    English

Description

Sign up for this exciting vacation to the highlights of Sri Lanka, where you will be taken to National parks, mountains, Buddhist and Hindu temples, and coastal beaches. Explore the major tourist attractions like Tooth Relic Temple, Galle Dutch Fort, Sigiriya Rock, Dambulla Cave Temple and Mirissa Beach. Lastly, enjoy several fun-filled game drives in Yala, Bundala and Udawalawa National Park.

Highlights
  • Pay a relaxing visit to Mirissa Beach and Negombo Beach
  • Visit the sacred Dambulla Cave Temple and Tooth Relic Temple
  • Admire the beauty of nature at Herbal Garden and Tea Plantation field
  • Go to the Bundala National Park and Minneriya National Park
  • Participate in Game Drives at Udawalawa National Park
  • Tour across the Sigiriya Rock and Pidurangala Rock
  • Discover the architectural remains of Galle Dutch Fort, a UNESCO site
  • Day 1: Colombo - Negombo expand_more
    • Arrive at Colombo Airport, connect with your tour representative and transfer to Negombo hotel.
    • Relax after your long flight and acclimatize near the pool or in the gardens of your hotel.

    Stay overnight.

  • Day 02 : Negombo expand_more
    • Today, go for a Negombo city tour and a Fisherman Village tour.
    • Relax on the beach and get a fresh seawater bath.
    • Relax in the hotel and stay overnight.
  • Day 3: Kalpitiya expand_more
    • After breakfast, leave at 6.30 am and transfer to Kalpitiya.
    • En route, visit Anawilundawa Wetland Sanctuary.

    Overnight stay at Kalpitiya Hotel.

  • Day 4: Kalpitiya expand_more
    • Leave for Dolphin watching excursion in the morning.
    • In the afternoon, enjoy a beach visit and spend a relaxing evening.

    Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Day 5: Wilpattu Wildlife Park expand_more
    • Leave from the hotel early in the morning at 5 am and transfer to Wilpattu National Park for a full day game drive. 

    Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Day 6: Anuradhapura expand_more
    • Transfer to Anuradhapura, the first capital of Sri Lanka and a UNESCO world heritage site.
    • Explore eight great places of veneration in Anuradhapura, which are, Jaya Sri Maha Bodhiya, Ruwanwelisaya, Thuparamaya, Lovamahapaya, Abhayagiri Dagaba, Jetavanarama, Mirisaveti Stupa and Lankaran. 

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 7: Habarana & Minnerya National Park expand_more
    • Early in the morning, visit Habaran National Park.
    • Have a traditional Sri Lankan lunch, then, head to Minnerya National Park.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 8: Sigiriya expand_more
    • After Breakfast, proceed to Sigiriya Lion Rock and Pidurangala Rock climbing. 
    • Experience village life and engage in bull cart driving, river safari and paddy field activities.

    Overnight saty at the same hotel.

  • Day 9: Dambulla expand_more
    • Leave for Dambulla and visit the Golden temple & cave temple.
    • Then, move to Kandalam Lake.
    • Next, explore Dambulla City and local markets.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 10: Yala - Tissamaharama expand_more
    • Transfer to Tissamaharama via Buthala.
    • En route, visit the Hindu temple and Kirivehara temple.
    • Arrival at Eco Hotel in Tissamaharama.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 11: Yala Wildlife Park expand_more
    • Early in the morning, leave from the hotel at 5 am for Yala Notional Park and do a full day game drive.
    • En route, enjoy breakfast.
    • Have a traditional lunch at the Yala Park relaxing point.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 12: Bundala National Park expand_more
    • Early morning, leave for Bundala National Park.  
    • Visit the temple of Tissa.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 13: Udawalawe Wildlife Park expand_more
    • Transfer to Udawalawe and watch baby elephants being fed milk at the elephant transit home.
    • Enjoy a game drive in Udawalawe National Park.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 14: Mirissa expand_more
    • After breakfast, transfer to Mirissa.
    • See Weligam fish-man Stick on the action.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 15: Mirissa expand_more
    • Transfer to Mirissa for whales and dolphin watching in the morning.
    • Head to Unawatuna and visit Wella Devalaya.
    • Spend the afternoon relaxing at the beach.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 16: Galle expand_more
    •  Leave for Galle in the morning.
    • En-route, visit Galle Dutch Fort and Spices Garden.
    • Then, go to Moonstone Mine Meetiyagoda Moon center point in Sri Lanka.
    • Maduganga safari tour marshlands covered in mangrove forests.
    • Castle farm Ahungalla, mask factory  Ambalangoda.

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 17: Colombo City Tour expand_more
    • Leave for Colombo city tour in the morning.
    • Visit Gangaramaya temple (water lake Temple).

    Overnight stay at hotel.

  • Day 18: Departure expand_more
    • Transfer from Colombo to Colombo Bandaranaike Airport to board your return flight.

    Tours Ends.

What's Included
  • Accommodation for17 Nights (in different cities as per the itinerary) star hotels accommodation
  • First night's arrival day our company supplements accommodation provide to you
  • guide service English speaking guide who will also act as your driver. 
  • We offer expert site guides Reliable, Experienced and friendly with excellent knowledge about nature, ancient archaeological and cultural sites
  • On day to day basis, monitoring and communicating with drivers and guests for smooth operation
  • HB meal plans in the hotels which you will be spending the night in. and snacks are not included
  • Safety, Quality and Customer Satisfaction Experience driver & Luxury van, Car, a bus with A/C  
  • Free Entrance Spice Garden / Gem Museum / Wood Carving center / Tea Factory & Plantation
What's Excluded
  • Tickets for various activities
  • Medical and insurance tickets to gardens
  • Orphanage, boat rides, Safaris, massage, laundry, trips mini bar, shopping lists etc
  • Any phone calls made locally or internationally. If you prefer calling us it will be free of charge and for others, hotel will charge
  • Price list for entrance tickets per 1 person (does not include in the tour cost)
What to bring
  • Safety & easy clothes Shoes, Binoculars 
  • Personal protection equipment sanitize & face masks
Know before you go
  • We will follow Covid-19 Rules & regulation guidelines WHO & Tourist Board protect our Client and country. Travel is a vital part of the human experience. It expands our understanding of people and cultures exponentially. Re-establishing confidence in tourism is crucial for the Industry, the destinations and communities visited, and the travelling public.
  • With global recognition, Sri Lanka has gained by effectively managing and controlling the spread of the COVID-19 within the country, potential travellers and tour groups have already inquired regarding travel into the country. While welcoming such gestures of good faith by tourists, Stelaranholidays (Pvt) Ltd, realizes the importance of implementing planned, organized and well-structured health protocols when resuming tourism in the country, so as to ensure the safety and good health of all guests, industry stakeholders and the general public.
  • PERSONAL SAFETY MEASURES
    • Ensure the use of the traditional greeting of Sri Lanka, ‘Ayubowan’ at all times instead of hugging or handshaking.
    • The Driver / Tour Leader should maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 meters between two people at all times.
    • Ensure all tourists wear face masks and maintain the safe 1.5-meter distance at all times.
    • The driver / Tour Leader should wear face masks and gloves when interacting with passengers.
    • Travellers are requested to sanitize hands frequently during the tour and site visits; further they should wash hands with soap and running water at the end of each site visit.
    • Personal protection equipment is available in the vehicle, such as face masks, hand sanitizer, and wipes available for passengers when needed.
  • Negombo is a city on the west coast of Sri Lanka, north of the capital, Colombo. Near the waterfront, the remains of the 17th-century Dutch Fort now house a prison. Negombo Lagoon, lined with fishermen’s huts, feeds into the Dutch-era Hamilton Canal. The canal leads south to Colombo. Negombo is one of the major commercial hubs in the country and the administrative center of Negombo. As known for its long sandy beaches and centuries old fishing industry. Negombo has a large bilingual population of dominated by Roman Catholics, the majority settled in coastal belt speaks Tamil language as well but most of them are Sinhala by ethnicity. The Sinhala name Migamuva means "Village of the honeycomb", gaining its name from a legend mentioned in Rajaveliya. The army of King Kavantissa found bee honey in a canoe near the seashore, for Viharamahadevi who was pregnant with the prince Dutugamunu. Because of this, the place was named "Mee-Gomuwa,"Negombo" is the Portuguese corrupted name of its Tamil name Neerkolombu
  • Anawilundawa Wetland Sanctuary is one of the more obscure sanctuaries, that lies on the coastal belt between Negombo and Puttalam .The Anawilundawa Wetlands is a bird watcher’s haven, with over 150 species of birds; both resident and migratory. Resident and endemic bird species can be seen throughout the year; whilst the period from October to April is the best time for getting a glimpse of the many rare migratory birds. Anawilundawa is also the nesting site for many exotic birds; including some of the rarer species of cormorants, egrets, storks and ibis, along with the pheasant tailed-jacana and the purple swamp hen.
  • There are also over 20 species of mammals; including the Toque Macaque monkey, five threatened species of Slender Loris, Rusty Spotted Cat, Fishing Cat, and the Indian Otter. Over 70 species of butterflies breed here; whilst over 50% of the country’s freshwater fish species are found in these waters. Anawilundawa Wetland Sanctuary is especially good for birdwatching, hiking and boat rides; and is fast growing into one of Sri Lanka’s most important ecotourism attractions. Negombo to transfer Kalpitiya
  • Wilpattu National Park is a park located on the island of Sri Lanka. The unique feature of this park is the existence of "Willus" - Natural, sand-rimmed water basins or depressions that fill with rainwater. Located in the Northwest coast lowland dry zone of Sri Lanka.  
  •  Wilpattu sanctuary was decalred as a National Park in 1938, Wilpattu National Park is located on the west coast close to the historical city of Anuradhapura .The dry zone jungle is thickly grown. Wilpattu National Park is home for many villus or natural lakes which dot the landscape in the Wilpattu National Park. Except for two, these lakes contain rainwater, thus are important for resident and migratory water-birds.
  • The history of the park is also of interest with ancient ruins having been discovered in Wilpattu National Park. Queen named “Kuweni” (considered to be the mother of the Sinhala race) is said to have lived in the place known as KalliVillu. Historical evidence also shows the fact that Prince Saliya; son of King Dutugemunu lived in Wilpattu over 2,000 years ago. There are approximately 30 species of mammals in the Wilpattu National Park which include the Sri Lankan Elephant, Sri Lankan Leopard, Lankan Sloth Bear, Sri, Spotted Deer, Buffalo, Sambar and Mongoose. Reptiles and Amphibians in park, Monitor Lizard, Mugger Crocodile, Common Cobra, Rat Snake, Indian Python, Pond Turtle and the Soft Shelled Turtle can be seen in Wilpattu National Park.                                     
  • Birdlife in Wilpattu Park, Wetland bird species found in the Wilpattu National Park include the Garganey, Pin tail, Whistling Teal, Spoonbill, White Ibis, Large White Egret, Cattle Egret and Purple Heron. Also, many species of Gulls, Terns, Owls, Kites and Eagles are also lives here. The endemic Sri Lanka Jungle fowl, Little Cormorant and the Painted Stork. Climate in the Wilpattu National Park The annual temperature in the Park is between 27°C to 30°C and its annual rainfall is approximately 900 mm.
  • Anuradhapura is the first capital of Sri Lanka located in north central province of Sri Lanka. It is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka which was the center of Theravada Buddhism for many centuries. UNESCO world heritage site in 1982 under the name of Sacred City of Anuradhapura. Anuradhapura is greatest monastic city of the ancient world that dates back to 5th Century BC remained the majestic seat of the kingdom of Sri Lanka until the 11th century A.D.Anuradhapura flourished as the Capital of Lanka from 377 BC to the end of the reign 1017 AD and was the Royal Seat for 1400 years under 130 kings as the capital of the Country.
  • Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi is a sacred fig tree in the Mahamewna Gardens, Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. It is said to be the southern branch from the historical Sri Maha Bodhi at Buddha Gaya in India under which Lord Buddha attained Enlightenment. The Sacred Bo tree; Jaya Sri Maha Bodhiya of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka is the oldest living tree in documented history of the world. It is a sapling from the historical Bodhi tree under which Buddha enlightened. It was planted in 288 BCF and is the oldest living human-planted tree in the world with a known planting date. It was brought from Buddhagaya India by the Ven. Sanghamitta Therini, a sister of Arhant Mahinda – who introduced the Teachings of the Buddha to Sri Lanka. The area around the Sri Maha Bodhi, the Brazen • Palace and Ruwanweliseya Dagoba were once probably part of the Great Temple. The Sacred Bodhi tree is the oldest historically authenticated tree in the world; it has been tended by a continuous succession of guardians for over 2000 years, even during the periods of Indian occupation. Eight Great Places of Veneration in Anuradhapura – Atamasthana Main article: Atamasthana'* Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi * Ruwanwelisaya * Thuparamaya * Lovamahapaya * Abhayagiri Dagaba * Jetavanarama * Mirisaveti Stupa * Lankarama
  • Minneriya National Park is reported as the Largest known wild Asian Elephant Gathering at one place in the World.The area was designated as a national park on 12 August 1997, having been originally declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1938. Minneriya National Park has recorded over 170 species of birds. From Migrating waders like Woodsand Piper, Common Sandpiper & Kentish Plovers to forest birds like Malabar-pied Hornbills, Rufus Woodpecker the globally endangered Lesser Adjutant and the endemics Sri Lanka Grey Horn-bill, Sri Lanka Green Pigeon, Brown-capped Babbler, and Sri Lanka Jungle Fowl are some of the highlights. Minneriya National Park covers an area of 8,889 hectares is of tropical monsoon climate. The vegetation of the park consists of tropical dry mixed evergreen forests, abandoned chena lands, grasslands, and wetlands. The open grasslands and old Chena lands are dominated by the many species of small shrubs
  • Sigiriya was built by the King Kashyapa. King Kashyapa made this great place to protect himself from his brother King Mogallana. The Sigiriya rock is entwined with a tragic event. The heir to the throne had been King Mogallana, but King Kashyapa had taken power by force. King Kashyapa was afraid that his brother would come back again to take back his right to the throne. Therefore, to protect himself, he built this rock fortress. He did not want any invasion to happen by his brother.  The name refers to a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 meters high the technology that has been used in creating the fort is excellent. However, Moggallana was able to defeat Kashyapa, and after that, the rock fortress was destroyed.
  • Earlier it used to be a Buddhist monastery, and after the palace was destroyed, it became a Buddhist monastery once again. Sigiriya was discovered later in 1831 by Europeans. A major of the British army, Jonathan Forbes discovered Sigiriya on his way from Polonnaruwa. Many historians and archaeologists started excavating this rock fortress, and it is through the excavations that all the glory of the rock was discovered 
  • Pidurangala is an enormous rock located a few kilometres north of Sigiriya. The two rocks have an interlinked history: whilst King Kasyapa was building Sigiriya Rock Fortress in the 5th century, he moved monks living around Sigiriya to a new monastery on Pidurangala Rock. Glorious vistas of the surrounding landscape and an incredible view of the majestic Sigiriya Rock.Pidurangala is an enormous rock located a few kilometres north of Sigiriya. The two rocks have an interlinked history: whilst King Kasyapa was building Sigiriya Rock Fortress in the 5th century, he moved monks living around Sigiriya to a new monastery on Pidurangala Rock. An ancient cave temple still houses objects from various vintages that reflect Buddhist, Hindu and western beliefs, and the stupa to the left of the temple entrance is believed to mark the spot where King Kasyapa was cremated. Pidurangala is a more challenging climb than Sigiriya, glorious vistas of the surrounding landscape and an incredible view of the majestic Sigiriya Rock. 
  • Dambulla is a sacred pilgrimage site for 22 centuries, this cave monastery, with its five sanctuaries, is the largest, best-preserved cave-temple complex in Sri Lanka. The Buddhist mural paintings (covering an area of 2,100 m2 ) are of particular importance,.  Temple has five caves and 157 statues of the Lord Buddha, many paintings on the ceilings and walls that emphasis the artistic talent of ancient days. The history of the caves, rock and temple dates from the 1st century BC. The fascination of these caves is not only the statues but also the many intricate and delicate paintings that cover the ceiling and walls, created with indigenous traditional paints. Because of the history, archaeological and artistic implications, the premises were declared as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1991 situated in the central part of the country the temple has been in use for over 22 centuries and still holds a sense of benevolence and spirituality. Visitors may climb up steps to the temple and the view from the top of the rock is as inspiring as the temple’s golden interior
  • Heritance Kandalama is a beautiful hotel designed by the acclaimed Geoffrey Bawa. The design of the hotel is breathtaking, having been built around its natural, A still forest of dense green, floating whispers of bird song the lake shimmers in the distance, walls of rock cool to touch. Amidst the lush greenery covered by the thick & dense forest.
  • Yala national Park most popular animal leopard in country and they are the Lords of the Jungle! With a leopard density that's higher than anywhere else on this planet, these menacing predators prowl majestically in Yala, while elephants roam in their numbers with cautious deer scampering by their side Yala National Park is a huge area of forest, grassland and lagoons bordering the Indian Ocean, in southeast Sri Lanka. Its home to wildlife such as leopards, elephants and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species. Inland, Yala National Park gives the best opportunity to witness Sri Lanka’s broad variety of wildlife: colorful painted stork in troops are seen perched at the shores of lagoon where the crocodiles too have chosen to doze off; lovely fantailed peacocks in their resplendent blues and greens parade about amidst the woods where monkeys hang, leap and chatter; in the bush jungle are the Elephants; Crossing the tracks and wandering off into the thorny scrub jungle is the star attraction of the park: the leopard. A total of 32 species of mammals have been recorded. The threatened species include sloth bear (Melursus ursinus), Leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya), elephant (Elephas maximus), water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), Wild boar (Sus scrofa), spotted deer (Axis axis ceylonessis), sambar (Cervus unicolor) and golden jackal (Canis aureus).Sri Lankan leopards (Panthera Pardus Kotiya) are said to be a distinct sub-species from their Indian neighbors. Leopards can be seen throughout the park, though best period for enjoying the sights of leopards is during January to July.Bird Life, Birds around 130 species have been recorded. Raptors include crested serpent eagle and white bellied sea eagle. Among the water birds attracted to the lagoons are Lesser Flamingo, Pelicon, Spoonbill, painted stork, rare black necked Stork, grey heron, purple heron, night heron and Darter. During the north-east monsoon the lagoons are visited by thousands of migrating waterfowl, including Pintail, Garganey, Eurasian Curlew, Whimbrel and turn stone, which mix with the residents such as whistling duck, Yellow Wattled Lapwing, Red Wattled Lapwig and Great Stone Plover. The forest is home to Orange Breasted Green Pigeon, Hornbills, and Flycatchers, including Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Barbets and Orioles. Reptiles, Notable reptiles are Mugger Crocodile, which is abundant in the abandoned tanks, Estuarine Crocodile, found in the main rivers, and Common monitor. Other reptiles include Cobra and Russel’s Viper. A variety of Sea Turtle, Olive Ridley and Leatherback, of which Yala coast line is a major nesting ground.
  • Bundala National Park Wetland Sanctuary is one of the more obscure sanctuaries, which lie on the coastal belt between Hambantota Most of bird’s cocardalies & Birdlife in Bundala park, Wetland bird species found in the Bundala National Park include the Garganey, Pin tail, Whistling Teal, Spoonbill, White Ibis, Large White Egret, Cattle Egret and Purple Heron. Also, many species of Gulls, Terns, Owls, Kites and Eagles are also lives here. The endemic Sri Lanka Jungle fowl, Little Cormorant and the Painted Stork. There are approximately 20 species of mammals in the Bundala National Park which include the Sri Lankan Elephant, Spotted Deer, Water Buffalo, Sambar and Mongoose.
  • Bundala National Park Wetland Sanctuary is one of the more obscure sanctuaries, which lie on the coastal belt between Hambantota Most of bird’s cocardalies & Birdlife in Bundala park, Wetland bird species found in the Bundala National Park include the Garganey, Pin tail, Whistling Teal, Spoonbill, White Ibis, Large White Egret, Cattle Egret and Purple Heron. Also, many species of Gulls, Terns, Owls, Kites and Eagles are also lives here. The endemic Sri Lanka Jungle fowl, Little Cormorant and the Painted Stork. There are approximately 20 species of mammals in the Bundala National Park which include the Sri Lankan Elephant, Spotted Deer, Water Buffalo, Sambar and Mongoose. 
  • Mirissa, a destination famed for some of the finest Whale and Dolphin Sightings in the world. Take an exciting yet comfortable boat trip out to Sea.  Visit to the Famous for its stilt fishermen lifetime experience enjoyed Weligama; beach is famous for its stilt fishermen. In chest-deep water on the beach, just few meters off-shore, are the stilt fishermen perched on a cross bar- one on one- of a single pole planted into the sea-bed. These fishermen, the poorest of the poor, spend hours with their lines cast out to the sea to catch small fish. Stilt Fishing is one of the most interesting traditional fishing methods of Sri Lanka. Records indicate that it came into being just after World War II. This mode of fishing was more widely used all along the coast until the tsunami in 2004 which caused such activities to cease temporarily until recent years. The beautiful sight of fishermen perched branched poles as they fish skillfully during dawn, noon and dusk; can now be commonly along the southern coast in towns such as Koggala, Kaththaluwa and Ahangama. Occasional stilt fishermen can also be seen amongst the waters of Madu River, etc. Though stilt fishermen make the activity seem easy and comfortable; stilt fishing requires much skill and balance, on the Beach in afternoon.  
  • Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, and then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 432 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka.The heritage value of the fort has been recognized by the UNESCO and the site has been inscribed as a cultural heritage UNESCO World Heritage Site under criteria iv, for its unique exposition of "an urban ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European architecture and South Asian traditions from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Meetiyagoda, also spelt „Mitiyagoda“, is situated in only 4 km distance from the ocean, 10 km north of Hikkaduwa. 
  • Meetiyagoda is famous for its moonstone mines. Moonstone has been used in jewelry for millennia, including ancient civilizations. The Romans admired moonstone, as they believed it was derived from solidified rays of the Moon Both the Romans and Greeks associated moonstone with their lunar deities. In more recent history, moonstone became popular during the Art Nouveau period; French goldsmith René Lalique and many others created a large quantity of jewelry using this stone. 
  • AmbalangodaMask making is a popular tradition in Sri Lanka. Many Sri Lankan mask artisans ply their trade along the Western, South Western and Southern coasts of the island. Of these, the Ambalangoda area on the South Western coast of Sri Lanka is renowned for its talented artisans. Ambalangoda that famed for its history and expertise mask carving and culture. And the best place to get your fill of mask lore is the Ambalangoda Mask Workshop and Museum is Sri Lanka.
  • Madu Ganga is the second biggest wetland in Sri Lanka. The estuary is spread over 900 hectares of which 770 hectares are covered with water and is inhabited with 64 islands of which 15 islands have a larger landmass. Abundantly rich in biodiversity, in the area surrounding the Madu River you’ll find swampy marshlands covered in mangrove forests. It is also home to 300 species of plants and about 250 wildlife species.                                                                                                     Turtle is the most commonly found turtle in Sri Lanka. They are also found in the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Their English name refers to the colour of the fat found under their shells, which unfortunately is used to make turtle soup. Luckily this practice is less common today. Young Green Turtles are mainly carnivores. Adults however are herbivores, feeding only on marine vegetation with the help of their finely serrated jaws. They grow to a maximum length of 1m and can weight 250kg. Adult females lay between 120-140 eggs at one time. Green Turtles are regularly found on the beach at night close to the KSTCP. They tend to nest only every few years but when they do they lay several times in one season
  • Sri Lanka’s Capital Colombo, a port city, with a rich colonial heritage, on the Western coast is a potpourri of races, religions and cultures. Colombo displays the best and worst the country has to offer. The city is a contrast itself, with mansions, lush gardens, fine dining options, shopping malls packed with expensive  designer brands standing next to urban slums; diesel fumed congested roads and street markets. . It is the financial center of the island and a tourist destination.  Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, commonly known as Kotte is the official administrative capital of Sri Lanka.    It is home to the legislative capital Sri Jayawardenapura as well to Colombo, the nation's administrative and business center Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte. As Sri Lanka's economic hub, all the major local and international corporations have their presence in the city and so do all the major designer and high street retailers, so be ready to indulge in some retail therapy in western province Colombo metropolitan area has a population of 5.6 million, and 752,993 in the city proper. It is the financial center of the island and a tourist destination.
Meeting Point

Colombo Airport Transfers, Colombo, Sri Lanka

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