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Safari with Asanka
19 reviews
Asanka is the most passionate guide, very kind and funny, and you can really see he loves and knows his job perfectly. He is well informed about the Asian Elephant’s behaviour, habitat, and their surrounding wildlife. Respecting the elephants, he does not drive too close and also tries his best to avoid the massive crowd of jeeps.

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292 reviews

It was amazing. The quide was very friendly. He told lots of info about the nature, animals.

Es war wunderbar. Der Reiseleiter war sehr nett, freundlich, hat alle kleine Tiere entdeckt und gezeigt. Er ha...

Timea Bakos

Achi is a great guide ! He is very knowledgeable, even knows the scientific names of the fauna and flora. He knows how to spot the animals and the different species of flora. He is also flexible as I asked to do...

Claire Pedoya

Helpful Questions

What are some popular hiking trails in Sri Lanka?
Some popular hiking trails in Sri Lanka include Adam's Peak, Horton Plains National Park, Knuckles Mountain Range, Ella Rock, and Sinharaja Forest Reserve.
When is the best time of year to go hiking in Sri Lanka?
The best time to go hiking in Sri Lanka is during the dry season, which typically runs from December to March. The weather is cooler and the trails are less muddy during this time.
Are hiking guides recommended for hiking in Sri Lanka?
Hiring a hiking guide is highly recommended for hiking in Sri Lanka, especially for unfamiliar trails. Guides can provide valuable insight, ensure safety, and help navigate the terrain.
What should I pack for a hiking trip in Sri Lanka?
Some essentials to pack for a hiking trip in Sri Lanka include sturdy hiking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, plenty of water, snacks, a first aid kit, and a light rain jacket.
Are there any cultural or historical sites along hiking trails in Sri Lanka?
Yes, many hiking trails in Sri Lanka pass by cultural and historical sites such as ancient temples, tea plantations, colonial-era buildings, and scenic viewpoints that provide insights into the country's rich heritage.
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