A journey through nature
During this trip you will stay far from the cities. You sleep between the tea fields, on the beach or in the jungle. A holiday in nature, guaranteed very diverse in Sri Lanka. The green hills in the interior are not inferior to the white beaches on the south coast. And the leopards in Yala National Park are unique, but the exotic birds on the tea plantations are just as special.
An exciting safari is followed by a relaxing day at the beach. And this creates a very varied journey in a small area. With new discoveries every day and a fresh cup of Ceylon tea.
TIPS & TOPS HIGHLANDS, WILDLIFE & BEACHES:
- Three nights among the tea plantations, four nights at the beach: despite the varied program, you do not have to move to a new accommodation every day during this trip
- During your stay at the Tea Trails , also take a walk through the beautifully maintained English tea gardens, this is how the English ladies in Sri Lanka created a new home
- The head of the Tientsin tea estates takes you back to the early days of the tea industry, when the green slopes of the estate were still impenetrable jungle
- The leopard and Asian elephant are the crowd pullers of Yala National Park , but also bears, jackals, Sambar deer, buffalo and swamp crocodiles are among the residents
- To see as many animals as possible, go on safari twice a day. But with a stay in the nature park you don't necessarily have to go out to meet...
- White beaches with coconut palms: with an accommodation on the beach you will never lose sight of the Indian Ocean in Tangalle
- Visit the small fishing villages on the south coast and live with the daily rhythm of the fishermen
- On a 210-meter rock that rises high above the forests, lies the Mulkirigala temple. Not only the rock paintings are beautiful, the sunset is also extraordinary here
- Fish, vegetables and fruit: from the market in Tangalle you will not come home with souvenirs, but with beautiful memories of a colorful insight into the life of Sri Lankan villagers
- Fishermen wait for their catch while sitting on a pole. Travelers are welcome to try this. For those with less patience, a boat leaves for an afternoon of deep sea fishing
- Make a stop on the way up the coast: the beaches are too beautiful to drive past
- Difficult choice, a walk through the narrow streets of Galle or the strong defensive walls of the Galle Fort . Whatever you choose, here you will walk through the seventeenth century
- We can offer this trip in several classes of accommodations