Arrival at Clolombo airport & you will be greeted by Maco Travels airport representative. After completing formalities at the airport, head to Colombo, check-in to the hotel and rest and relax.



Morning after breakfast drive to sinha raja for the next two nights - Rainforest Edge. Relishthe journey as you drive pass busy cities and villages as locals go about their day to day activities. overnight relax at hotel.


Morning afterbreakfast city tour of Sinharaja SriLanka last surviving area of primary tropical rainforest. More than sixtypercent of the flora is endemic and many of them are considered rare.There ismuch endemic wildlife, especially birds but the reserve is also home to overfifty percent of Sri Lanka endemic species of mammals and butterflies as wellas many varieties of insects, reptiles and rare amphibians. Enjoy both amorning and evening private bird watching trek in the Sinharaja Rain Forest ledby a naturalist guide. Overnight relax at hotel



Morning afterbreakfast explore the local wonders of the UNESCOWorld Heritage Site of the17th century Dutch fort. The ancient port city of Galle is Sri Lanka's oldestliving city and retains a unique old-world atmosphere. Get immersed in the old colonial feel in this maze of cobbled path ways lined by petite town houses.

Continue southto the bay of Mirissa. During the drive witness acurious feature - the stilt fishermen of Weligama who carefully balance themselves before casting their fishing lines. One of Sri Lanka's finest secretsis that deep sea off Mirissa is one of the world's best locations for spotting blue and sperm whales as well as pods of dolphins. This is because the continental shelf is closer to surface at this point and hence, it ismorelikely to sight the world's largest animal in nature

Day 5:- YALA


Early morningon your expedition accompanied by the naturalist guide - Anoma. As you set offon the boat cruise, listen to the cacophony of tunes created by spinnerdolphins, travelling in pods. In the deeper waters, you will spot the bluewhales travelling in groups. As you venture further out are the sperm whales that travel in solitude. This makes Sri Lanka arguably the best place in theworld to sight both blue and sperm whales together. Don't forget your camera to catch their tails flip.

Thereafter youwill be heading east to the jungles of Yala. You will soon learn that the YalaNational Park is famous for the elusive leopard and has one of the highestdensities of leopards in the world. The sloth bear and Asian elephant, alsopart of Sri Lanka's Big Five can be spotted in the park. Having said that, Yalahas much more to share - wild bears, peacocks, wild buffalo, sambar and spotteddeer. In addition, up to 130 species of birds have been recorded at Yala, manymigratory, including the white winged black tern, curlews and pintails.Indigenous species include jungle fowl, hornbills and orioles.

Day 6:- YALA

Set out againon a morning and evening jeep safari accompanied by a naturalist guide to coverother areas of the extensive Yala National Park such as the five lakes. Thefive lakes are namely Yoda Wewa, Tissamaharama Wewa, Debara Wewa, PannagamuwaWewa and Weerawila Wewa. This safari is a unique opportunity to observe ruralagrarian life which is revolving around these water bodies. This visit willenlighten you on the traditional irrigation methods, including intricatecanals, channels, locks, some of which are centuries old. You will also havethe opportunity to observe various endemic and migratory birds visiting thesewater bodies. Look out for lotus filled lakes teeming with pelicans, herons,kingfishers, paradise fly catchers and importantly a specific area where you will see trees filled with huge fruit bats on the banks of Tissamaharama Wewa.While most of the drives around the lakes will be on the lake bunds, one will have an opportunity to take a brief walk on one of these bunds to observe paddycultivation aided by these huge man made water bodies.



Venture to thedepths of the island to Udawalawe National Park. Udawalawe National Park coversan area of 30,821 hectares, and includes a large reservoir, the Udawalawe Tank,which is fed by the Walawe Ganga. The park is home to an estimated 500elephants, best spotted by the river or streams and reservoirs. Other wildlifeincludes wild buffalo, sambar deer, mongooses, bandicoots, foxes, watermonitors, crocodiles, and even the occasional sloth bear and leopard.

Your night's residence will be at the exclusive luxury camping which is set up within wildsof the game park and offers an all-inclusive service. To set the mood, embarkon an evening elephant safari ride in the evening.


Relish yourstay in the jungles where you will have unlimited time to take both morning andevening game drives. During the day drop by the Elephant Transit Centre, whereorphaned and injured elephants are cared for until they are able to return tothe park.


UDAWALAWA/COLOMBO Journey passing pictures que paddy fields, on your return to the capital city of Colombo.

After settling in, it is time to explore the city of Colombo. Visit some interesting features such as the old city of Fort, the main markets of Pettah, the Hindu Temple at Sea Street, the Dutch Church at Wolfendal, the historic Davatagaha Mosque, the Colombo Museum amongst others. Another option is to indulge in some shopping whether it is value for money clothes or impressive antiques. Later on in the day we would recommend dropping by the Checkerboard at the Galle Face Hotel for drinks while watching a picturesque sunset over the Indian Ocean.

Day 10:- COLOMBO

In timetransfer to airport to board flight for home back .

Sri Lanka a tiny island nation south of India in the Indian Ocean, is a rugged land of rainforest.



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