Exploring Leopard’s with Wild Bush Camping in Sri Lanka
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💎 Why we love it ?
Sri Lanka is one of the most biologically diverse countries in Asia, an asset best reflected in her national parks and reserves, home to thousands of different spices from leopards, elephants, sloth bears, and brightly colored birds. Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park and Wilpattu National Park have the largest populations of wild leopards in the world. The leopard lives in isolation and is easily recognizable by its rusty yellow coat with dark spots, it’s tail longer than half of its body length. This is the perfect safari for anyone interested in leopard watching and capturing these remarkable animals on your camera.
🏁 Tour Itinerary: Exploring Leopard’s with Wild Bush Camping in Sri Lanka
Day 1: Airport to Yala (L, D)
On arrival, our chauffeur/guide will meet and greet you at Bandaranaike International Airport. You will be transferred to Yala National Park, about a 4-hour drive. Upon arrival at the Leopard Trails Luxury Campsite, check in to your room and relax before your exciting safari starts the next day.
Day 2: Full-Day Leopard Safari in Yala National Park (B, L, D)
Wake up early in the morning and proceed to Yala National Park to search for leopards, leaving the campsite at around 0600 hrs. Enjoy a full day safari in Yala National Park, with a packed breakfast and lunch during the safari. We will arrange plenty of soft drinks and water to keep you hydrated. Return to the campsite for your overnight.
Day 3: Full Day Safari in Kumana National Park (B, L, D)
n the morning we proceed to Kumana National Park, a journey of about 45 minutes, for a full-day leopard safari. We will be providing a packed breakfast and lunch during the safari as well as plenty of soft drinks and water. Return to the campsite after the safari.
Day 4: Yala to Gal Oya (B, L, D)
Breakfast at the campsite, then we will leave towards another destination, Gal Oya National Park, a 2-hour drive. Check in to the hotel and spend the rest of the day at the resort enjoying the breathtaking views of the surroundings.
Day 5: Full-Day Leopard Safari (B, L, D)
Wake up early in the morning and depart to Gal Oya National Park at about 0600 hrs for a full day safari exploring the leopard habitat. You will be served a packed breakfast and lunch during the safari together with soft drinks and water.
Day 6: Gal Oya – Wilpattu (B, L, D)
After breakfast, we will be heading for Wilpattu National Park, a journey of five hours. Check in to the Leopard Trails Luxury Campsite and later start an evening safari from the campsite. Return to the campsite after the safari.
Day 7: Full – Day in Wilpattu National Park (B, L, D)
Today we will embark on a full-day safari at Wilpattu National park, you should see plenty of leopards during the safari. Enjoy a packed breakfast and lunch during the safari.
Day 8: Full-Day Leopard Safari in Wilpattu National Park (B, L, D)
Today is another leopard safari from a different point at the campsite. On completion, you will head back to the campsite for a special evening, a private bush dinner. Dine alfresco beneath Sri Lanka’s ink-rich skies, cut with the brilliance of a million stars. Food aficionados can indulge in local gastronomic treats served with the chic colonial charm and grace that is unique to Leopard Trails. Expect to be surrounded by our ‘bush chandelier’; a collection of old-world kerosine lanterns providing a flickering romantic atmosphere.
Day 9: Wilpattu to Negombo (B, L, D)
After breakfast transfer to Negombo for your last night in Sri Lanka. The drive is about three hours and on arrival check in to the hotel. Enjoy leisure time on Negombo beach or at the hotel pool.
Day 10: Negombo to Airport (B, L)
After a late breakfast at the hotel depart from the hotel to the airport.
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