Wild Life Tour



  • Yala National Park

Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. The park consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public, and also adjoining parks. The blocks have individual names such as, Ruhuna National Park (block 1) and Kumana National Park or 'Yala East' for the adjoining area.

  • Habarana

Habarana is a popular tourist destination for safari lovers as it is the starting point for safaris in the nearby Habarana jungle and the Minneriya sanctuary which is heavily populated by elephants.[1] Elephant back riding is also an attraction in this small city. Habarana is situated nearby to the ancient rock fortress and castle/palace ruin of Sigiriya and is situated on the main road from Colombo to Trincomalee, Polonnaruwa and Batticaloa. The population of the city is expected to be in the area of 5000-10,000.

  • Wilpattu National Park

Sri Lankan Expeditions, is a specialist Safari Game Drives facilitator and tailor made Safari Tour organizer in Wilpattu. We are the one stop safari tour operator for all your requirements in organizing Safari Tours in Wilpattu. Our team of wildlife experts and Wildlife photographers frequent Wilpattu and knows Wilpattu well and our own fleet of vehicles based in Wilpattu will take care of your transfer requirements to and from any destination.

  • Minneriya National Park

Minneriya National Park is a national park in North Central Province of Sri Lanka. The area was designated as a national park on 12 August 1997, having been originally declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1938.contact number +94774940760[1] The reason for declaring the area as protected is to protect the catchment of Minneriya tank and the wildlife of the surrounding area. The tank is of historical importance, having been built by King Mahasen in third century AD.

  • Udawalawe

Udawalawe National Park lies on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces, in Sri Lanka. The national park was created to provide a sanctuary for wild animals displaced by the construction of the Udawalawe Reservoir on the Walawe River, as well as to protect the catchment of the reservoir. he reserve covers 30,821 hectares (119.00 sq mi) of land area and was established on 30 June 1972.