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Sri Lanka adventure holidays

Sri Lanka adventure holidays

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Sri Lanka adventure tours are one of the most popular activity among the foreign travellers and booked by a large number of travellers every year, seerendipity tours alone conduct a large number of Sri Lanka adventure tours every year. And most other tour operators of Sri Lanka also conduct a large number of Sri Lanka adventure tours.

Perhaps you are also looking for ways to make you Sri Lanka holiday packages more exciting and colourful. Whether it is summer holiday or winter holiday more and more travellers in the island are looking for different activities and tours with a touch of refresh in order to relish the freedom of their Sri Lanka adventure tours.

Sri Lanka has the best settings to rest, relax and have fun and adventure at any time of the year. Take the control of your holiday and define the tour package on your own term with seerendipity tours. You will find ample activities with excitement and revitalization in Sri Lanka. Usually the most travellers, regardless of the age of the travellers, they most love to engage in outdoor activities. Below is a Sri Lanka adventure tour itinerary that most travellers love to book with seerendipity tours. This tour package not only helps the travellers to engage in popular adventure sports but also it allows the travellers to experience some of the important cultural and historical places as well as Yala wildlife reserve in southern Sri Lanka.

The highlights of this 6 Days Sri Lanka adventure tour

a. Experience the Joy and Excitement of Trekking

Trekking is one of the very popular soft adventure activities in Sri Lanka and includes in most Sri Lanka adventure tours. It is a kind of activity that makes you refreshed and hence most travellers love to do it. It is inspirational and it is a great way to test your mental and physical strength and endurance. Most trekking sites are located in remote areas and therefore it gives you the opportunity to inhale unpolluted clean and fresh air. Besides, You can feel the warmth of the mother nature, listen to the chirping sounds of avian fauna species and explore the exotic wildlife. Most trekking sites of Sri Lanka are to be found in the mountains and rainforests and the difficulty of treks are largely differing from one place to the other.

The trekking sites in the mountainous areas such as Ella, Bandarawela, they are the most difficult with uneven surface and great opportunity to have an exciting and revitalizing experience. Most trekking sites in Sri Lanka are the least explored tourist destinations in the island, therefore having a trek is a great way to understand the flimsiness of mountain ecology, and explore many unknown territories while realizing the value of Fauna and flora of high altitude. Contact serendipity tours if you need assistance to choose the best trekking sites in your Sri Lanka

Trekking sites included in this Sri Lanka adventure tours

#Sinharaja rainforest

#Kiutlgala rainforest

#Pinnawal elephant orphanage

b. Learn the Culture and Sri Lankan Traditions of the country through River Rafting

Whitewater rafting is a popular high-adrenaline water sport in Sri Lanka and loved by many young travellers. By far Kitulagala is the best place for a top-notch whitewater rafting experience in Sri Lanka. Whitewater rafting considered to be a good physical exercise. Whitewater rafting revitalizes you and makes you feel at ease.

Whitewater rafting is a great way to enjoy riverine vegetation and have fun with friends and family. You will enjoy the challenge posed by the swiftly drifting waves to keep the dinghy without toppling. This is a group activity and close collaboration among the team members is highly important.

The difficulty grade of Whitewater rafting in Kitulgala is measured to be at 6, that means it is at the highest difficulty that’s. That’s why you get an experienced local man at the helm to maintain the balance of the dinghy. Whatever the experience you have in white water rafting the local expert makes it easy for you to survive the challenge.

Ability to explore the fascinating wildlife is another great opportunity for people who take part in white water rafting in Kitulgala. As you cruize down the river you can watch the amazing plant life that dominated by mangroves type of plants and trees that cannot be found on the ground. Whitewater rafting enables you to enjoy the beauty of surrounding area. All in all whitewater rafting in Kitulgala is an exciting activity beyond all other factors. It is an exciting, enjoyable, refreshing, and unforgettable it is well deserved to have your time. Don’t forget to wear all safety equipment before you start the journey. Also, don’t forget to wear an easy drying swimming suit.

#Whitewater rafting will be done in #Kitulgala

c. Give Power to Your Dream of Wildlife Exploration through Safari

Yala national park is one of the places to explore the fascinating wildlife of Sri Lanka. Yala is one of the biggest national parks in the island and occupies a 978 km2 of dry-zone forests in southern Sri Lanka. Yala consists mainly of dry-zone and arid zone forests. The park is situated at the south-east part of the island bordering the ocean. A dominant feature of Yala national park is the formation of huge granite rocks formations with caves. These rocks are so big, they resemble small mountains. The caves in these rocks are occupied by leopards and a large concentration of these rocks is the main reason for Yala’s popularity as a destination to spot leopards.

Vast plains and lakes with shimmering water are a great spectacle and provide a great opportunity to photographers. These plains are occupied by many species of animals such as wild buffaloes, elephants, deer, crocodile etc and lakes are occupied by a large number of bird species such as Flamingo, pelican, whistling thrust, buffaloes and crocodiles.

Safari at #yala national park

d. Get a Closer Look at Sri Lankan Amazon or better known as Singaraja

It is always good to exercise in the fresh air and it makes you feel good and refreshed, you can put Sinharaja trek in the same mould. Trekking through the Singaraja rainforest is a wonderful way to explore one of the oldest rainforests in the world. Sinharaja rainforest trek is a wonderful activity for the entire family and anyone can take part in the trek without any age barrier. This is a good outdoor activity for nature lovers to getting lost in a virgin rainforest and enjoy the peace and serenity of the forest.

It is a great opportunity to get close to nature and it is fun too. Travellers love the idea of exploring tropical plants, trees and fauna of Sinharaja rainforest. Our nature guide helps you to gather information on trees, plants and animal species that you encounter along the way. You hardly see the sun rays within the rainforest due to the canopy and upper canopy of the forest. These two structures obstruct the might sun entering the forest, making a gloomy cathedral type settings at any time of the day.

Trekking at #sinharaja rainforest

e. Enjoy Your Sri Lanka adventure tour through Rock Climbing

Most travellers love the idea or rock climbing because it makes your holiday more exhilarating. It is an activity out of the routine and allows you to spend time with your friends and family members. Apart from the thrill of the union, you get an opportunity to have a workout that uplifts your confidence.

You definitely appreciate the idea of a rock climb because it makes your Sri Lanka adventure tours more exhilarating. Rock climbing is not a routine activity and gives you the opportunity for a great outdoor activity with your family and friends. Rock climbing is a great way to uplifting mental challenge and it is a body workout too. rock climbing improves the confidence level and it is fun to engage in rock climbing. rock climbing is one of the best ways to release your tension and stress.

Day 1

Arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport, met & greet by your representative of Seerendipity tours and proceed to the hotel in Kitulgala. En-route visit Pinnawala elephant orphanage.


This is the first photo stop of the day where you can see the largest heard of tamed elephnats in the world. Elephant orphanage of Pinnawala, the foster – house of Sri Lankan elephants of different size and age playing, bathing, feeding as a team

. Even some members are mating here. These animals have been injured, abandoned or sick when they were discovered in the jungle. Some of the animal in the herd are born at the orphnage.

Kitulgala is the playground of adventure enthusiast in Sri Lanka. This beautiful countryside is full of green and natural beauty. Here you can capture sceneries that you have never seen before. Keep your camera ready, make photo and share with your friends and family.

This Eco-hotel in Kitulgala, where you will spend the night is located in the Jungles of Kitulgala near the river of Kelaniya. Here you can have a relaxing holiday by the water. All you have to do is sit back and relax while the staff of the hotel caters to all your needs. The staff serves you all meals, beverages and facilitates all activities during your stay at Eco-hotel by the mighty river. When you are in the hotel you can have a refreshing bath in the stream just in front of your room. In the night the whole area will be lit up with lanterns and you will be served BBQ Dinner amidst a roaring sound of the river.

Overnight stay Hotel in Kitulgala

The keywords for your Photo

#pinnawala elephant orphanage #spice garden #Sri Lanka elephnats

Day 2

After the breakfast left for white water rafting at Kelaniya river. The river is just next to your hotel but you will take a jeep to drive to the starting point of the rafting. You have to take about 10 minutes walk through the village and jungle to reach the river bank. You will have an experienced instructor at the helm and help you to control the dinghy boat during the challenging rough ride. Don't forget to wear your safety jacket and the helmet.


White Water Rafting in the picturesque Kelani River in Kitulgala covering 5 major rapids and 4 minor rapids. This activity is for anyone above the age of 10 years with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing will be given by our white water rafting instructors beforehand. The distance covered is around 5 KM. The river and its surrounding will make you feel enchanted, with a memorable Experience during your tour.


You will walk through the village, jungle and plantations and search for the indigenous bird. Kitulgala is a top pick among the bird watchers in Sri Lanka where you have the opportunity see many species of birds. Nature lovers, in particular, ornithologists, will be rewarded with sightings of the Crested Serpent Eagle, the Ceylon Spur Fowl, the Ceylon Hanging Parrot and the Lay lard's Parakeet. Activities such as mountain-biking, cultural sites and sites of fruit orchards and lowland tea plantations can be experienced in Kitulgala.


Experience various fauna and flora of the Rainforest of Kitulgala Forest Reserve and see beautiful sceneries of waterfalls and streams hidden inside the forest. Have a cool dip in a scenic flowing water stream during your Rain Forest Trek in the Jungle of Kitulgala.

Overnight stay Hotel in Kitulgala

The keywords for your Photo

#white water rafting #kitulgala #bird watching Sri Lanka #trekking in kitulgala #rainforest kitulgala #kelani river

Day 3


After breakfast at hotel leave for Sinharaja, the last remaining rain forest in Sri Lanka. Check-in the hotel and leave the forest entrance in the afternoon. This memorable trek in Sinharaja will take about 5 hours and you will have the opportunity to enjoy the untamed wilderness of a natural rainforest. you will be supported by one of the trained forest explorers.

Overnight stay at Hotel in Sinharaja

The keywords for your Photo

#sinharaja rain forest #ksinharaja birds #sinharaja Sri Lanka

Day 4

After the breakfast leave for Yala en-route visit waterfalls.


The safari at the national park of Yala includes a ride through the jungle with a 4 wheel drive jeep, jungle tracker, entrance fees for the site, and all taxes. Every traveller who enters the Yala national park wishes to see a couple of leopards (Sri Lanka's biggest carnivore). Because Yala is the best wildlife park in the world to spot leopards, it has the largest concentration of leopards compared to any other national parks in the world.

The travellers can see many animal species like elephants, Wild boar, Deer, Buffalo, Monkeys and many other animals with leopards. It is also acomodate many species of vertebrate and birds.

Overnight stay Tissamaharama

The keywords for your Photo

#waterfalls #Yala safari #Kataragama

Day 5
Day 05 : : YALA / BENTOTA

After the breakfast proceed to the beach hotel in Bentota. En-route visit best preserved colonial city in the island (Galle).


Galle is the capital of southern Sri Lanka is an economic hub in the region. The history of Galle is dating back to many thousand years and it has some remnants of that are mentioned in Ramayana (Ramayana is a story suppose to took place about 8000 years ago). Later Galle was an important seaport for merchants travelling from east to west and vice-a-versa. In the 15's Galle maritime capital and natural port were under the captivity or Portuguese. later it was controlled by Dutch and English. Today the city is under the local administration after 450 years of colonial occupation. Galle Fort is a UNESCO world heritage site due to its cultural and historical importance.

Next visit Turtle Hatchery.


There are many sea turtle hatcheries along the western and southern sea border of Sri Lanka. Most of them are engaged in protecting the endangered sea turtles. The sea turtle hatcheries

collect the eggs that are been sold by the fisherman and they are hatched. These hatchlings are relased to the sea later.

Sea turtles coming to the shores of West and southern Sri Lanka in order to lay eggs. The animal comes to the shore and dig a hole on the beach and lay eggs later she bury the eggs. These eggs are incubated due to the heat generated through the sunlight. But these eggs are eaten by the human. Some people find the turtle nests and remove eggs for consumption while some others are selling them.


A cruise on a modern motorboat is the best way to exploring the natural wealth of Madu Ganga, the islands in the wetland are largely inaccessible by road. The inhabitants are also using the boats and more often paddle boats as the means of transport. Seerendipity tours offer particularly appealing boat trips around Madu Ganga. This Ramsar Wetland is one of the most visited natural attractions of Sri Lanka’s west coast, with riverscapes to quiet thick grown islands and mangrove forests with sites of immense natural interest. There is plenty of opportunities to spot fascinating wildlife based on aquatic environment, throughout the tour.

Overnight stay at Hotel in Bentota

The keywords for your Photo

#Galle fortress #Sri Lanka south beach #Bentota beach #Hikkaduwa #Madu river safari #seaturtle #unawatuna #masks museum

Day 6

Breakfast at Hotel and Leave for Airport En-route visit Colombo.


The City Tour will include places of Tourist interest such as

Old Parliament

Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall

Buddhist Hindu Temple and Town Hall.

Shopping at


House of Fashion

Barefoot and etc

After city tour proceed to the Bandaranaike international airport

End of Sri Lanka Tours.......


  • 1. Accommodation on Double sharing Basis on 3* standard hotels
  • 2. Meal plan H/B (Daily breakfast and dinner)
  • 3. Transport in an air-conditioned vehicle.
  • 4. Assistance of English speaking driver/Guide.
  • 5. Entrance fees for the following site.
  • I. A 4wheel drive jeep safari at Yala national park
  • II. Galle Fortress
  • III. Whitewater rafting
  • IV. Colombo sightseeing
  • V. Bird watching trek
  • VI. Explore last remaining primaeval rainforest Sri Lanka ( Sinharaja )
  • VII. Explore the world heritage site of Galle Fortress
  • VIII. See the endangered Sea turtle
  • IX. Ceylon tea trail
  • X. Hikkaduwa beach
  • XI. Hindu temple
  • XII. Boat tour to explore the endless fascinating riverine eco-system at 2nd largest wetland in the island.
  • XIII. Kataragama temple
  • XIV. Mask Museum
  • XV. Meeting arrangements at the airport on arrival and departure.
  • XVI. All government taxes.
  • XV. Pinnawala elephant orphanage


  • I. Airport taxes (Generally included in Air Ticket) & “Electronic Travel authorization“ (ETA) Fee (US$ 20 per person)***
  • II. Expenses of personal nature such as tipping, porters, laundry, telephones, etc.
  • III. Video and Camera permits.
  • IV. Any meals not specified, throughout the tour
  • V. Any other services not specified.


what is the minimum number of person

The minimum number of person is 2

Starting time and availability

The tour starts at 8.00 on every day and this is an individual tour

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