Encounter ancient tea plantations, see majestic leopards in their natural habitat, come face to face with wild elephants swimming and spot blue whales during an aerial safari.
Discover Sri Lanka’s best national parks
Track wild elephants and leopards
Float gently above the ancient Sigiriya Rock Fortress aboard a hot air balloon
Stay in some of the best luxury eco-lodges found anywhere on the planet
Explore the lush jungle with an indigenous Vedda community
Enjoy a private visit an tasting at a working tea plantation
Extend your stay at the tropical beach paradise of Amanwella
This trip can be customised to your personal preferences. Get in touch to create your own bespoke Sri Lankan adventure.
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DESCRIPTION & ITINERARY
Explore this island of natural wonders, from ancient tea plantations to golden beaches and some of the world’s most exciting wildlife. We will guide you around some of the lesser-known parts of Sri Lanka, where you can spot leopards in their natural habitat, watch wild elephants swimming, and go whale watching in a stunning aerial safari.
Then there is the country’s 2000 year history. This trip will take in four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, giving you just a glimpse into its mystical past. Float above the Sigiriya Rock Fortress in a hot air balloon, before you see the world’s oldest living human-planted tree in Anuradhapura. Then head into the forest with the Chief Vedda, Sri Lanka’s indigenous people. We have sourced experts in their field to give you an in-depth insight into the country, such as a marine biologist who specialises in blue whales or an archaeologist who will guide you through Sigiriya. We can even introduce you to one of the country’s famous cricketers to share a morning with.
Alongside all of this adventure and culture, there is plenty of time to relax and lie back in a hammock. You will stay in a selection of luxurious eco lodges and optionally spend three days of pure bliss in a beachside paradise at the end of your journey, where all you have to find is the motivation for a trip to the spa.
Start Planning Your Journey
This trip can be customised to your personal preferences.
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