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Wilpattu National Park (Entrance Ticket)

Wilpattu National Park (Entrance Ticket) - Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

From USD
$25.00

Avoid waiting in lines to purchase your entrance ticket to the park and enjoy a hassle-free start to your safari. Purchasing the park entrance ticket has never been this easy ... More info ›

Avoid waiting in lines to purchase your entrance ticket to the park and enjoy a hassle-free start to your safari. Purchasing the park entrance ticket has never been this easy.

Visit: Wilpattu National Park, off Chilaw Anuradhapura road, Saliyapura, Anuradhapura 50008 Sri Lanka

Wilpattu -the largest national park in Sri Lanka is one of the outstanding parks that charms travelers around the world with its wildlife spectacles.

Explore the stunning scenery and the incredibly abundant wildlife, overlooking the dazzling dry tropical rain forest and the silver-blue small water pools lay without a ripple. Rest assuring you the sights of mighty elephants, a Wilpattu Safari can also offer you the views of spotted deer, barking deer, jackals, sambhar, wild pig, and water buffalo.

Apart from the mammals, a Wilpattu safari can guarantee you an ample of opportunities for spotting incredibly beautiful swamps of butterflies saturated with vivid colors including great egg fly, great orange tip, glad-eye bush brown, blue Mormon, Common Mormon, crimson rose and more.

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Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Negombo

Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Negombo - Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

Duration: 12 to 13 hours
Location: Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

From USD
$103.00

This tour takes you from your hotel in Negombo to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard ... More info ›

This tour takes you from your hotel in Negombo to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard. Photograph a number of endemic and threatened wildlife within their natural habitats. Enjoy an excellent picnic lunch within the park, surrounded by nature. This is a rare opportunity to experience Sri Lanka at its wildest.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Wilpattu National Park, off Chilaw Anuradhapura road, Saliyapura, Anuradhapura 50008 Sri Lanka

You will be picked up from your Negombo hotel at 4:00 am by your chauffeur guide. So be ready for an early start and make sure to ask your hotel for a packed breakfast, as you won’t have time to stop along the way.

It takes approximately 3 hours to get to Wilpattu National Park from Negombo. The park will open at 7:00 am. Once you get there you will be going on a 7 hour jeep safari. Before you go in you will have the chance to look through some of the informational leaflets at the entrance, and possibly even purchase a booklet on the wildlife - if you are interested.

Wilpattu National Park was started in 1905 as a sanctuary for wildlife, and was upgraded into a National Park in 1938. With a size of 1,317 square kilometers, it’s one of the oldest and largest national parks in Sri Lanka. It hosts a variety of vegetation, over 30 species of mammals, and several tens of species of birds and reptiles. Included in the list are threatened, rare and endemic species such as the Sri Lankan elephant, Sri Lankan sloth bear, Sri Lankan leopard, Sri Lankan axis deer, tufted grey langur, water buffalo, sambhur, spotted deer, painted stork, the open bill, little cormorant, Sri Lankan junglefowl, garganey, pintail, whistling teal, spoonbill, black-headed ibis, large white egret, cattle egret, purple heron, greater coucal, Malabar pied hornbill, Indian paradise fly-catcher, Chestnut-headed bee-eater, Indian peafowl, Bengal monitor, Indian rock python, and the mugger crocodile.

Your guide will drive you along the best game trails and help you identify some of the rarer birds and animals that you will get the opportunity to view.

At approximately noon, your guide will park the vehicle in a shady location so that you can enjoy your picnic lunch. You will have a meal of either rice and curry, sandwiches, or noodles. This will be according to your selection during your time of booking. Being parked will also allow you to watch the wildlife with them undisturbed the noise of the jeep. Therefore you have a higher chance of spotting several fauna at this time if you’re quiet enough.

After lunch, you will begin your drive back to the entrance. You will be able to return to the entrance by 2:00 pm, bringing the safari to an end. After this, your guide will drop drive you back to your hotel in Negombo, dropping you off by 5:00 pm, completing your tour.

Tour Highlights......
• Pickup from Negombo hotel
• English Speaking Safari Guide
• 7 hour Jeep Safari in Wilpattu
• Picnic Lunch

SKU: LK60052600

Duration: 13 hours

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Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Dambulla

Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Dambulla - Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

Duration: 9 to 10 hours
Location: Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

From USD
$87.00

This tour takes you from your hotel in Dambulla to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard ... More info ›

This tour takes you from your hotel in Dambulla to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard. Photograph a number of endemic and threatened wildlife within their natural habitats. Enjoy an excellent picnic lunch within the park, surrounded by nature. This is a rare opportunity to experience Sri Lanka at its wildest.

Visit: Wilpattu National Park, off Chilaw Anuradhapura road, Saliyapura, Anuradhapura 50008 Sri Lanka

You will be picked up from your hotel in Dambulla at 5:00 am by your chauffeur. So be ready for an early start and make sure to ask your hotel for a packed breakfast, as you won’t have time to stop along the way.

It takes approximately 2 hours to get to Wilpattu National Park from Dambulla. The park will open at 7:00 am. Once you get there you will be going on a 7 hour jeep safari. Before you go in you will have the chance to look through some of the informational leaflets at the entrance, and possibly even purchase a booklet on the wildlife - if you are interested.

Wilpattu National Park was started in 1905 as a sanctuary for wildlife, and was upgraded into a National Park in 1938. With a size of 1,317 square kilometers, it’s one of the oldest and largest national parks in Sri Lanka. It hosts a variety of vegetation, over 30 species of mammals, and several tens of species of birds and reptiles. Included in the list are threatened, rare and endemic species such as the Sri Lankan elephant, Sri Lankan sloth bear, Sri Lankan leopard, Sri Lankan axis deer, tufted grey langur, water buffalo, sambhur, spotted deer, painted stork, the open bill, little cormorant, Sri Lankan junglefowl, garganey, pintail, whistling teal, spoonbill, black-headed ibis, large white egret, cattle egret, purple heron, greater coucal, Malabar pied hornbill, Indian paradise fly-catcher, Chestnut-headed bee-eater, Indian peafowl, Bengal monitor, Indian rock python, and the mugger crocodile.

Your guide will drive you along the best game trails and help you identify some of the rarer birds and animals that you will get the opportunity to view.

At approximately noon, your guide will park the vehicle in a shady location so that you can enjoy your picnic lunch. You will have a meal of either rice and curry, sandwiches, or noodles. This will be according to your selection during your time of booking. Being parked will also allow you to watch the wildlife with them undisturbed the noise of the jeep. Therefore you have a higher chance of spotting several fauna at this time if you’re quiet enough.

After lunch, you will begin your drive back to the entrance. You will be able to return to the entrance by 2:00 pm, bringing the safari to an end. After this, your guide will drop drive you back to your hotel in Dambulla, dropping you off by approximately 4:00 pm, completing your tour.

Tour Highlights......
• Pickup from Dambulla hotel
• English Speaking Safari Guide
• 7 hour Jeep Safari in Wilpattu
• Picnic Lunch

SKU: LK60062200

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Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Sigiriya

Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Sigiriya - Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

Duration: 11 to 12 hours
Location: Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

From USD
$97.00

This tour takes you from your hotel in Sigiriya to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard ... More info ›

This tour takes you from your hotel in Sigiriya to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard. Photograph a number of endemic and threatened wildlife within their natural habitats. Enjoy an excellent picnic lunch within the park, surrounded by nature. This is a rare opportunity to experience Sri Lanka at its wildest.

Visit: Wilpattu National Park, off Chilaw Anuradhapura road, Saliyapura, Anuradhapura 50008 Sri Lanka

You will be picked up from your hotel in Sigiriya at 4:30 am by your chauffeur. So be ready for an early start and make sure to ask your hotel for a packed breakfast, as you won’t have time to stop along the way.

It takes approximately 2.5 hours to get to Wilpattu National Park from Sigiriya. The park will open at 7:00 am. Once you get there you will be going on a 7 hour jeep safari. Before you go in you will have the chance to look through some of the informational leaflets at the entrance, and possibly even purchase a booklet on the wildlife - if you are interested.

Wilpattu National Park was started in 1905 as a sanctuary for wildlife, and was upgraded into a National Park in 1938. With a size of 1,317 square kilometers, it’s one of the oldest and largest national parks in Sri Lanka. It hosts a variety of vegetation, over 30 species of mammals, and several tens of species of birds and reptiles. Included in the list are threatened, rare and endemic species such as the Sri Lankan elephant, Sri Lankan sloth bear, Sri Lankan leopard, Sri Lankan axis deer, tufted grey langur, water buffalo, sambhur, spotted deer, painted stork, the open bill, little cormorant, Sri Lankan junglefowl, garganey, pintail, whistling teal, spoonbill, black-headed ibis, large white egret, cattle egret, purple heron, greater coucal, Malabar pied hornbill, Indian paradise fly-catcher, Chestnut-headed bee-eater, Indian peafowl, Bengal monitor, Indian rock python, and the mugger crocodile.

Your guide will drive you along the best game trails and help you identify some of the rarer birds and animals that you will get the opportunity to view.

At approximately noon, your guide will park the vehicle in a shady location so that you can enjoy your picnic lunch. You will have a meal of either rice and curry, sandwiches, or noodles. This will be according to your selection during your time of booking. Being parked will also allow you to watch the wildlife with them undisturbed the noise of the jeep. Therefore you have a higher chance of spotting several fauna at this time if you’re quiet enough.

After lunch, you will begin your drive back to the entrance. You will be able to return to the entrance by 2:00 pm, bringing the safari to an end. After this, your guide will drop drive you back to your hotel in Sigiriya, dropping you off by approximately 4:30 pm, completing your tour.

Tour Highlights......
• Pickup from Sigiriya hotel
• English Speaking Safari Guide
• 7 hour Jeep Safari in Wilpattu
• Picnic Lunch

SKU: LK60062200

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Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Habarana

Wilpattu National Park Private Guided Safari from Habarana - Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

Duration: 11 to 12 hours
Location: Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

From USD
$87.00

This tour takes you from your hotel in Sigiriya to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard ... More info ›

This tour takes you from your hotel in Sigiriya to Wilpattu National Park on a guided jeep safari. Get a chance to catch sight of the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard. Photograph a number of endemic and threatened wildlife within their natural habitats. Enjoy an excellent picnic lunch within the park, surrounded by nature. This is a rare opportunity to experience Sri Lanka at its wildest.

Visit: Wilpattu National Park, off Chilaw Anuradhapura road, Saliyapura, Anuradhapura 50008 Sri Lanka

You will be picked up from your hotel in Habarana at 4:30 am by your chauffeur. So be ready for an early start and make sure to ask your hotel for a packed breakfast, as you won’t have time to stop along the way.

It takes approximately 2.5 hours to get to Wilpattu National Park from Sigiriya. The park will open at 7:00 am. Once you get there you will be going on a 7 hour jeep safari. Before you go in you will have the chance to look through some of the informational leaflets at the entrance, and possibly even purchase a booklet on the wildlife - if you are interested.

Wilpattu National Park was started in 1905 as a sanctuary for wildlife, and was upgraded into a National Park in 1938. With a size of 1,317 square kilometers, it’s one of the oldest and largest national parks in Sri Lanka. It hosts a variety of vegetation, over 30 species of mammals, and several tens of species of birds and reptiles. Included in the list are threatened, rare and endemic species such as the Sri Lankan elephant, Sri Lankan sloth bear, Sri Lankan leopard, Sri Lankan axis deer, tufted grey langur, water buffalo, sambhur, spotted deer, painted stork, the open bill, little cormorant, Sri Lankan junglefowl, garganey, pintail, whistling teal, spoonbill, black-headed ibis, large white egret, cattle egret, purple heron, greater coucal, Malabar pied hornbill, Indian paradise fly-catcher, Chestnut-headed bee-eater, Indian peafowl, Bengal monitor, Indian rock python, and the mugger crocodile.

Your guide will drive you along the best game trails and help you identify some of the rarer birds and animals that you will get the opportunity to view.

At approximately noon, your guide will park the vehicle in a shady location so that you can enjoy your picnic lunch. You will have a meal of either rice and curry, sandwiches, or noodles. This will be according to your selection during your time of booking. Being parked will also allow you to watch the wildlife with them undisturbed the noise of the jeep. Therefore you have a higher chance of spotting several fauna at this time if you’re quiet enough.

After lunch, you will begin your drive back to the entrance. You will be able to return to the entrance by 2:00 pm, bringing the safari to an end. After this, your guide will drop drive you back to your hotel in Habarana, dropping you off by approximately 4:30 pm, completing your tour.

Tour Highlights......
• Pickup from Sigiriya hotel
• English Speaking Safari Guide
• 7 hour Jeep Safari in Wilpattu
• Picnic Lunch

SKU: LK60062200

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3 days tour Adventuring Wildlife, Dolphin Watching in Kalpitiya and Negombo City

3 days tour Adventuring Wildlife, Dolphin Watching in Kalpitiya and Negombo City - Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

Duration: 3 days
Location: Saliyapura, Sri Lanka

From USD
$187.50

This 3 days itinerary starts from Wilpattu National Park where you can adventure wildlife with a jeep safari in the national park. Then you will be transferred to Kalpitiya after the safari in Wilpattu where you will be spending overnight in Kalpitiya ... More info ›

This 3 days itinerary starts from Wilpattu National Park where you can adventure wildlife with a jeep safari in the national park. Then you will be transferred to Kalpitiya after the safari in Wilpattu where you will be spending overnight in Kalpitiya. In the morning you will proceed to watch dolphins in the Kalpitiya beach and after that you will be visiting some other historical sightseeing places in Kalpitiya and you will be transferred to Negombo for overnight. On the next day you will tour the Negombo city with a diverse experience with picturesque beaches, the lagoon, dazzling fishing villages and archaeological sites. The city tour will cover some of the key landmarks such as the buzzing fish market, the Negombo lagoon where colorful boats and trawlers are anchored, Portuguese built Negombo Fort which now serves as prison, Angurukaramulla temple where you get 18th Century paintings. Once you end the city tour you will be dropped to the airport.

Itinerary

Day 1: Kandy - Wilpattu National Park - Kalpitiya

Stop At: Wilpattu National Park, off Chilaw Anuradhapura road, Saliyapura, Anuradhapura 50008 Sri Lanka
Apart from other national parks in Sri Lanka Wilpattu NP has a distinctive geographical feature called "Willus" (Natural lakes), sand-rimmed water basins or depressions that fill with rainwater overtime. Six main lakes can be found throughout the Willpatu national park, it is largest wildlife sanctuaries in Sri Lanka, and spans an area of approx. 1317 square kilometres. Park's elevation ranges from 0 to 152 meters. Since it Located in the Northwest coast lowland dry zone of Sri Lanka The Annual Rainfall is about 1000mm and the annual temperature is about 27.2 degrees, but you will feel like somewhere around 32 degrees due to humidity and other factors. Unlike other wildlife parks in Sri Lanka Wilpattu holds the unique complexity of over 50 wetlands aka Villus. Villus are the main topographical attraction of the park, Natural lakes with shallow depth filled with heavy downpours of northeastern monsoon during September to December, Villus with an abundance of water is a fine example of weather patterns prevail throughout the park, drought only comes around May to early September, annual temperatures in the Park peak during the month of April which is 32 Celsius .
Duration: 4 hours

Meals included:
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight stay in Kalpitiya

Day 2: Kalpitiya - Negombo

Stop At: Kalpitiya Beach, Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka
Kalpitiya is regarded as one of the best location for dolphin watching in Sri Lanka. Usually, dolphin watching tours are conducted in the early morning. here you can observe this highly intelligent, social, creatures in their natural habitat with abundance. if you set sail from Kalpitiya to few nautical miles to continental shelf you will encounter this amusing, friendly creature who will swim alongside you. Kalpitiya is also a perfect place to discover the north western part of indian ocean. When the sea is calm in the morning hours (from Nov till April ) one can take a boat with certified drivers/guides to observe groups of dolphins. The maximum number of guests per boat is 6.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Dutch Fort Of Kalpitiya, Palavi-Kalpitiya Rd., Kalpitiya 61360 Sri Lanka
Of all the remaining Dutch forts built in Sri Lanka, Kalpitiya is one of the few that has been preserved entirely. The yellow bricks that have been used to fortify the fort is said to have been brought from Holland.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Fishery Harbour Kalpitiya, Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka
Take an informative stroll around the region and head to the Kalpitiya Fisheries harbour. As the regions primary economy is based on fishing, the hustle and bustle of the locale is an intriguing experience for adventure seeking holidaymakers.
Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight stay in Negombo

Day 3: Negombo - Airport

Stop At: Negombo Fish Market, Negombo Sri Lanka
The Lellama in the bustling beach town of Negombo comes alive even before the crack of dawn. Its endless hectic frenzy in the early morning is a beautiful spectacle of camaraderie and thriving trade that treasures the sea’s bounty. It is the second largest fish market in Sri Lanka. The Negombo fish market is a microcosm of the local fishery industry. It gives you an unpretentious insight into the local fisher community. The best time to visit the Lellama is at dawn, around 6:00 am to really understand the volume and scope of the operation. You will see a multitude of boats full of fresh fish coming in and lowering their sails. The smaller fishing boats usually come first, followed by the larger vessels. You can see their nets being pulled ashore and the catch shaken out of nets to be cleaned, scaled, gutted, salted and dried in the sun. You’ll see the loading of fish on small-time fish vendors’ bikes, who in turn sell their fish to consumers.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Dutch Canal, Custom House Road, Negombo 22100 Sri Lanka
The Dutch canal flows through the city of Negombo onto the Muthurajawela Marsh. Known as the ‘Swamp of Royal Treasure’, Muthurajawela borders the Negombo Lagoon to the south and Kelani river to the north. The one and a half hour boat ride takes you along the Dutch Canal, through the marsh onto the lagoon. Along the way you will be able to fill your camera with images of water monitors, crocodiles, Brahminy kites, monkeys and a host of other fish, reptiles, birds and small mammals.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Dutch Fort, Esplanade Road, Negombo 22100 Sri Lanka
Close to the seafront near the lagoon mouth in Negombo are the ruins of the old Dutch fort, which has a fine gateway inscribed with the date 1678.Initially the Fort was built by the Portuguese. But in 1672 it was captured by Dutch and completely rebuilt in pentagonal form. The fortress is situated on a narrow spit between the lagoon and the Gulf, were surrounded by a moat and get inside was via the hanging bridge.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Angurukaramulla Temple, Temple road, Negombo 22100 Sri Lanka
The Angurukaramulla Temple is a place of Buddhist and Hindu worship which is a short way inland from the city of Negombo. The temple features a magnificent dragon entrance with the glorious view of a 6m long reclining Buddha statue. Further the temple contains ancient murals painted on the walls dating back to the ancient centuries. There is also a historic library undoubtedly over 300 years old.
Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
Accommodation included: No accommodation provided on this day

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