There are only a few other countries in the world that can rival Sri Lanka when it comes to the diversity of natural environment! Nature lovers find perfect delight in this enchanting paradise island that has an abundance of national parks, dive sites and forests.
Those who love to go on adventure safari rides should certainly visit Yala National Park, Udawalawe National Park, Wilpattu National Park, Minneriya National Park and Bundala National Park. You will see the rich beauty of Sri Lanka’s flourishing wildlife, crouching behind rocks and flying amidst trees when you visit these iconic national parks. Yala is a world famous destination for leopard spotting that offers sublime thrills to adventure seekers. The Gathering of Minneriya, which brings together more than 200 elephants to the banks of the Minneriya Tank has also gardened the attention of the world.
Witness the surreal beauty of the world beneath the rippling waves of the Indian Ocean by embarking on exciting diving and snorkelling tours! Sri Lanka is recognized as a destination that offers great conditions for scuba diving throughout the year. Places like Kalpitiya, Negombo, Weligama, Hikkaduwa, Bentota, Beruwala, Unawatuna, Batticaloa and Trincomalee offer spectacular dive sites. Hikkaduwa, Mirissa, Unawatuna and Trincomalee are also popular among snorkelers.The ethereal beauty that engulfs the woody terrains of Sri Lanka’s iconic forests can truly take your very breath away! Sinharaja Forest Reserve which is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO has a remarkable range of endemic and rare trees. There are also elephants and leopards in the forest reserve but the most common inhabitant that frequently greets travellers is the endemic purple-faced langur. Needless to say, the Sinharaja Rainforest attracts large flocks of birds. Some of the species of birds that are found here are endemic to Sri Lanka.
Horton Plains National Park is also an incredibly appealing destination that many tourists visit. Located in the beautiful Hill Country of the island, this famous destination nurtures a diverse range of flora and fauna. Leopards, toque macaques, wild boars, Indian muntjacs, fishing cats and European otters can be spotted here. It is also an Important Bird Area in the island. Interested to explore more nature in Sri Lanka in shor time? Book our 4 days Sri Lanka itinerary and experience the best of Sri Lanka.Share this tour
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