Priyan Tours Srilanka

Things To Do In Sri Lanka

When you are planning a tour to Sri Lanka, first question comes to your mind is, how you can better plan your tour to capture all the best experiences and attractions is Sri Lanka . A very unique thing about Sri Lanka is that you can get different experiences when you travel to different part of the country. For example, Sri Lanka may be the only country you can see the world’s biggest land mammal, the elephant, and its largest marine  mammal, the blue whale, in a single day.

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Wildlife Jeep Safari Tour

A long jeep safari through the many National Parks  of  Sri Lanka is an adventure by itself.The Udawalawe National Park  is famous for wild Elephants ( approximately 400 ) . Yala National Park ,Wasgomuwa National Park,Kumana National Park,Willpattu National Parka, Minnariya and Kaudulla are the best for wild life tours in Sri Lanka. When you hire a Jeep Safari make sure you get the guidance from me , other wise you will end up by paying a big amount to Safari People. My itineraries appended below are tried and tested over the years and designed to give you the best opportunity in exploring Sri Lankan wildlife and nature has on offer according to location based spotting records. For an example Udawalawe National Park is best for Elephant spotting, RAMSAR wetland reserve of Bundala is best for bird watching.

 

Elephant Back Safari

Elephant Back Safari in Sri Lanka brings in multifaceted joys. The majestic beast, the locations in close proximity to the cultural attractions and the terrain rich with bird life all add up to bring in memorable experiences to the tourists holidaying in Sri Lanka. Elephant Back Safaris are one of the newest and most thrilling safari experiences in Sri Lanka.These Elephant Back Safari not only make it possible to view wildlife from the back of an elephant, but perhaps more importantly, provide the unique opportunity to share a day in the life of the elephant.

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Camping

At Sri Lankan Expedition we believe that the best way to experience the nature is right in the heart of it! The concept of fully movable camping means that we can offer exactly that, taking our guests to locations of Sri Lanka that are simply inaccessible to the usual hotel crowd. Sri Lanka has well trained and professionally experienced team on hand to guide you through out the camping sites & help you explore the best of nature s beauties. With their know-how they wll help you to eavesdrop on the splashing of the elephants in the nearby lakes and streams, listen to the evocative hoot of an exotically tropical owl and embrace the sights and sounds of nature that you will truly experience a state of natural bliss.

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White Water Rafting

For those love action packed rafting adventure in Sri Lanka why not try an exciting rafting ride starting from Kithulgala along the Kelani River. The Kitulgala & Kelani River is popular as for 1957 blockbuster movie Bridge on the River Kwai in which the bridge was blown when the train was crossing the river was filmed in Kithulgala. This place is worthwhile for visiting and photographing as you pass the rapids of Kalani River.White water rafting in Kelani river dose not requires higher degree of rafting skills or swimming experience, even for the people who are experimenting it for the first time, families and small groups can go for a thrilling ride down the Kelani River. This is because the rapids of Kalani River are graded as 2 and 3. Some of the rapids of the Kalani River are named with unique names such as Virgins Breast, Butter Crunch and Head Chopper.

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Surfing in Sri Lanka

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, Sri Lanka is a surfer’s paradise you must visit. The most popular spot for surfing in Sri Lanka is Arugambay beach on the south east coast. Located at 314 kms from Colombo, Arugam bay is one of top 10 surf l spots in the world. This spot is popular with beginner and intermediate surfers, with sandy breaks that cushion one’s fall and reasonably sized pipes. For expert surfers, the west coast offers beaches with bigger and more formidable pipes.

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Kitesurfing & Windsurfing

Kite-surfing is all about getting on a surfboard and grabbing hold of a large kite for the added push. The lush and beautiful 1600km of Sri Lankan coastline is open for you to kitesurf, full of great wind conditions ideal for kitesurfing, such as Negombo, on the west coast. You can rent equipment from any water sports providers in Sri Lanka. Season is from the start of May to the end September.
Windsurfing Most beginner windsurfer enthusiasts head to Bentota on the south-west coast to experience windsurfing. The tranquil waters here are best for beginners to train on, before heading to the ocean. North of Trincomalee on the west coast is where the Yala monsoon brings strong winds and rough seas. It’s best to hit the waters before the monsoon hits; the best times for windsurfing are between November and April for the west coast and from May to October for the west coast.

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Ayurveda Treatments

Ayurveda is one of the worlds oldest approaches to medicine. This is an ancient healing system is based on 5000 years of tradition. Also this healing system has been use for more than 5000 years in India & Sri Lanka. Still today in Sri Lanka approximately 60% of the population are treated with healing system. Ayurveda an approach to healing that has been proven and tested over thousands of years and that only uses medicines that are found in nature. It was developed thousands of years ago in India. It is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit.

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Blue Whales Watching

Sri Lanka may be the only country you can see the world’s biggest land mammal, the elephant, and its largest marine mammal, the blue whale, in a single day. The whale-watching – already increasing by 20 per cent each year – will expand at an even greater rate here in Sri Lanka. We have two boats “The Blue Star – 43 Seat” boat comfortably able to accommodate 40 people and other boat category is “Trimaran” and comfortably able to accommodate 60 people. There are comfortable fixed chairs and friendly staff and skipper demonstrate about whales and sharing his experience with people on the boat.

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Bullock Cart tour

You can travel rocky paths in villages on bullock cart. Not only you have sit in cart, but now you can drive it your own. You can have drive most of vehicles in your life time but this will be the frist time you give the directions to live animal.We can arrange you to ride bullock cart anywhere you wish.

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