Wildlife and Adventure Best Tour

Day 1

APT – Negombo

15 Km approx.
30 min drive

When you arrive in Sri Lanka, your chauffeur will meet you and take you to Negombo for a city tour.

Have supper and spend the night in Negombo.

Day 2

Negombo – Anuradapura

200 Km approx.
4 hrs drive

Travel to Anuradhapura. Take a city tour when you arrive. It is the capital city of Sri Lanka’s North Central Province and the administrative center of the Anuradhapura District. It is well-known for its well-preserved remnants of a Sinhala civilization.

Anuradhapura dinner and overnight stay.

Day 3

Anuradapura – Wilpattu – Anuradapura

45 Km approx. (per way)
1 Hour drive per way

Visit Wilpattu National Park for a day excursion and an afternoon safari. (2.30 hours to 3.00 hours for safari) Wilpattu National Park is a Sri Lankan national park. The presence of “Willus” (natural lakes) – natural, sand-rimmed water basins or depressions that fill with rain — distinguishes this park. Wilpattu is home to almost a hundred and sixty lakes (Willu) and tanks. Wilpattu is Sri Lanka’s largest and one of its oldest national parks. Wilpattu is famous across the world for its leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya) population.

Return to Anuradhapura for dinner and overnight.

Day 4

Anuradapura – Minneriya – Habarana

120 Km approx.
2 hrs 30 min drive

Leave Anuradhapura towards Habarana. Stop on the way to Minneriya National Park and enjoy an afternoon safari. Minneriya is a tiny town in Sri Lanka known for two things: the large Minneriya Lake, which was created by King Mahasen, and Minneriya National Park, which is popular with safari enthusiasts due to its quantity of elephants. It is also close to the tourist-friendly Habarana as well as the world heritage sites of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, and Sigiriya.

Continue to Habarana to check into your accommodation and have supper. Habarana is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 5

Habarana – Kandy

120 Km approx.
3 hrs drive

Travel to Kandy and spend the day at the Udawatta Kele Sanctuary. Udawattakele Forest Reserve, also known as Udawatta Kele, is a historic forest reserve located on a hill crest in Kandy. It covers an area of 104 hectares (257 acres). During the Kandyan empire, Udawattakele was known as “Uda Wasala Watta” in Sinhalese, which translates as “the garden above the royal palace.” The sanctuary is well-known for its diverse avifauna. The reserve also has a wide range of plant species, including lianas, shrubs, and tiny trees. There are various massive lianas. Many of Sri Lanka’s tiny and medium-sized animals may be found here. Several snakes and other reptiles may be observed.

Dinner and overnight in Kandy.

Day 6

Kandy – Nuwara Eliya

100 Km approx.
3 hrs drive

Make your way to Nuwara Eliya. We make a detour along the way to explore the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens and the famed Ramboda Waterfalls before visiting a small tea business and plantation.

Continue on to Nuwara Eliya for supper and an overnight hotel stay.

Day 7

Nuwara Eliya – Horton Plains – Nuwara Eliya

35 Km approx. (per way)
2 hrs drive – per way

Set out for the Horton Plains, where you’ll spend the morning hiking among the beautiful scenery. Horton Plains National Park is a national park in Sri Lanka’s central highlands that was established in 1988. It lies 2,100-2,300 m (6,900-7,500 ft) above sea level and includes montane grassland and cloud forest. It has a high biodiversity, with many of the species found here being peculiar to the area.

The remainder of the afternoon is yours to do as you like. Nuwara Eliya is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 8

Nuwara Eliya – Ratnapura – Kalawana

200 Km approx.
5 hrs drive

Visit the Sinharaja Rainforest in the afternoon after driving to Ratnapura. Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a forest reserve in Sri Lanka that is also a biodiversity hotspot. It has international significance and has been declared by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site. Sinharaja is the country’s last sustainable region of primary tropical rainforest, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). More than 60% of the trees are indigenous, and many are endangered. Animals (especially butterflies, amphibians, birds, snakes, and fish) account for half of Sri Lanka’s endemic species. It is home to 95% of the world’s indigenous birds.

Day 9

Kalawana – Yala

180 Km approx.
4 hrs drive

Travel to Yala National Park in the morning. Spend the remainder of the day at your leisure after you arrive. Yala is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 10


Spend a whole day discovering Yala on a safari through the National Park. Yala National Park, which borders the Indian Ocean, is the most visited and second-biggest national park in Sri Lanka. The park is divided into five blocks, two of which are currently available to the public, as well as adjacent parks. Ruhuna National Park (Block 1) and Kumana National Park, or ‘Yala East’ for the bordering territory, are the names of the blocks.

It is found in both the South Province and the Uva Province in the country’s southeastern area. The park is approximately 300 kilometers (190 miles) from Colombo and comprises 979 square kilometers (378 square miles). Yala was recognized as a wildlife sanctuary in 1900 and, together with Wilpattu, was one of Sri Lanka’s first two national parks, having been established in 1938. The park is well-known for its diverse biodiversity. It is critical for the protection of Sri Lankan elephants, leopards, and waterfowl.

Dinner and overnight in Yala

Day 11

Yala – Bundala – Yala

40 Km approx. (per way)
45 min drive (per way)

Visit Bundala National Park in Sri Lanka, which is a globally significant wintering habitat for migratory water birds. Bundala is home to 197 bird species, the most notable of which is the greater flamingo, which migrates in vast numbers. Bundala was established as a wildlife refuge in 1969 and was renamed a national park on January 4, 1993. Bundala was the first wetland in Sri Lanka to be designated as a Ramsar site in 1991.

UNESCO recognized the national park as a biosphere reserve in 2005, making it Sri Lanka’s fourth biosphere reserve. The park is located 245 kilometers (152 miles) southeast of Colombo. Dinner will be served at Yala National Park.

 Dinner and overnight in Yala.

Day 12

Yala – Galle – Hikkaduwa

180 Km approx.
3 hrs 30 min drive

Drive to Hikkaduwa, stopping en route in Galle. Enjoy taking a tour of the city before continuing your journey.

Dinner and overnight in Hikkaduwa

Day 13


Spend the day at your leisure, whether resting on the beach, at your hotel, or exploring your surroundings.

Hikkaduwa dinner and overnight

Day 14

Hikkaduwa – APT

150 Km approx.
02 hrs 30 min Drive

We wish you farewell as our Chauffeur Guide drives you to the airport to catch your return trip home because all wonderful things must come to an end.