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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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155 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 nature walks in Sri Lanka?
Some popular nature walks in Sri Lanka include the Sinharaja Rainforest trek, Horton Plains National Park trek, Knuckles Mountain Range trek, Udawatta Kele Sanctuary walk, and the Ella Rock hike.
What can I expect to see during a nature walk in Sinharaja Rainforest?
During a nature walk in Sinharaja Rainforest, you can expect to see endemic bird species, a variety of colorful butterflies, rare reptiles, diverse flora, including giant trees and orchids, and maybe even catch a glimpse of elusive mammals like purple-faced langurs or giant squirrels.
Are there any guided nature walks available in Sri Lanka?
Yes, there are several guided nature walks available in Sri Lanka. Many national parks and nature reserves offer guided walks led by experienced naturalists who provide information about the flora, fauna, and cultural significance of the area. It is recommended to opt for a guided walk to enhance your nature experience and ensure safety.
What should I pack for a nature walk in Sri Lanka?
For a nature walk in Sri Lanka, it is advisable to pack comfortable walking shoes, lightweight and breathable clothing, a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, a reusable water bottle, a camera or binoculars, and a backpack to carry essentials. Additionally, carry any necessary medication and a rain jacket, as weather conditions can change quickly in some regions.
When is the best time to go for nature walks in Sri Lanka?
The best time to go for nature walks in Sri Lanka depends on the specific region and the type of wildlife you wish to encounter. However, generally, the dry season from December to March is considered ideal as it offers pleasant weather conditions and increased chances of spotting wildlife. It is advisable to check the specific region's climate and rainfall patterns before planning your nature walk.
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