Natural Wonders of Sri Lanka

Elephants, Sri Lanka
March 21, 2018
17 Days
Overland Adventure
14 Guests
From $10,480

Additional Departure: March 15, 2019

Sigiriya, Sri Lanka

Expedition Highlights

  • Search for abundant wildlife in Yala National Park, which boasts Asia’s largest concentration of leopards, along with Asian elephants, spotted deer, and over 200 species of birds.  
  • Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Sigiriya, an ancient palace and fortress built atop a huge granite monolith; the ruins in Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka’s medieval capital; and the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy, a significant site of pilgrimage for Buddhists.   
  • Explore Sinharaja, a vast tropical rainforest that is home to over half of Sri Lanka’s endemic species of flora and fauna.   
  • Stay in superb accommodations—from a colonial-era mansion to world-class game lodges—offering splendid vistas of the surrounding wilderness.

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