Nature & Wild Life Tours in Sri Lanka

Aside from South Africa, who we consider our closest rival in terms of wildlife tourism, Sri Lanka’s small landmass has some of the richest and most concentrated biodiversity on the planet. From elephants to leopards, whales to dolphins and local and migrant birds to the 300-plus endemic species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish species – the country is teeming with wildlife.

“Sri Lanka is one of the finest wildlife watching countries in South Asia. The island may be small in size, but the variety of habitats, and the wildlife found there, would do justice to a country many times its size” – Lonely Planet

Safari - Uda Walawe National Park
Whale Watching

Hang out with the largest mammals in the world. Head out to sea and be a part of this larger-than-life opportunity.


Unawatuna and Talpe beach offers crystal waters, colourful fish, and diving and snorkeling that’s great for beginners and the experienced.

Safari - Yala National Park

Tapestry of the wilderness comes to life amongst the chaos.

Turtle Hatchery and Conservation
Madu River Mangroves