Dolphin & Whale Watching

Dolphin & Whale Watching

From the small town Mirissa on the South coast of Sri Lanka, we sail out in the early morning light to watch dolphins and whales in their natural environment. Sri Lanka is home to the world’s largest population of blue whales, the largest ever living animal on...
The Elephant Transit Home

The Elephant Transit Home

The Elephant Transit Home in Udawalawe is the foster home of young elephants of different age and size. These great animals have been found injured or left abandoned in the wilderness. We see them being fed, but from a distance that will allow the young elephants not...
Pigeon Island National Park

Pigeon Island National Park

Pigeon Island is one of Sri Lanka’s two marine national parks. The reef here is shallow, making snorkeling almost as satisfying as diving. It is home to dozens of corals, hundreds of reef fish incl. blacktip reef sharks and turtles. To make the most out of Your...
Sea Turtle Hatchery

Sea Turtle Hatchery

Sri Lanka is home to 5 out of 7 sea turtle species in the world. All species are threatened with extinction, and sea turtle hatcheries along the coast are doing a great job to keep the population growing. In the Sea Turtle Hatchery we can see the baby turtles, as they...
Horton Plains & World’s End

Horton Plains & World’s End

Horton Plains, the only National Park in Sri Lanka where you are allowed to walk around. Normally we start the hike in the early morning with breakfast packages. At World’s End you can sit down and have your breakfast to the amazing view of the mountains. Horton...
Yala National Park

Yala National Park

Yala National Park also called Ruhunu National Park, on the southeast coast of Sri Lanka, is one of Sri Lanka’s premier eco tourism destinations. With tropical thorn forest and lagoons it is possible to spot wild elephants, sloth bears, water buffaloes, wild...
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