Wildlife Photography


Wildlife photography tour of Sri Lanka provides wildlife photographers a perfect opportunity to explore the diversity of Sri Lanka wildlife and Nature. It covers top Sri Lanka wildlife safari parks and forest reserves including Wilpattu National Park, Minneiriya National Park, Yala Nationa Park, Bundala / Kumana National Park, Horton Plains National Park (UNESCO World Heritage) and Sinharaja Rain Forest. This is one of the best safari tours in Sri Lanka which Edlee Tours carefully designed by providing opportunity to explore the cultural heritage of Sri Lanka while you are on the wildlife holiday in Sri Lanka. As a reputed wildlife tour operator in Sri Lanka, Edlee Tours provides a professionally qualified wildlife guides / naturalist and we do maintain highest service level standards for all our tours.

Starting Point


Ending Point


Tour Itinerary

Day 1


- Meet and Assistance at the Airport
- Snacks, drinks and transfer to hotel
- Relax at the hotel
- Cooking and Dinner with local family

Overnight Stay :Negombo
Meal Plan :Breakfast and complimentary dinner
Expexted Time of Travel :Airport to Negombo Hotel – 30 Min
Day 2


- Travel to Auradhapura
- Anuradhapura ancient city tour
- Check in to Hotel

Overnight Stay :Anuradhapura
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Negombo to Anuradhapura 3 ½ HOURS
Day 3


- Leave Wilpattu
- Full day safari tour

Overnight Stay :Anuradhapura
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Anuradhapura to Wilpattu 1 ½ HOURS
Day 4


- Leave to Sigiriya
- Village tour and Lunch
- Kaudulla National Park safari
- Overnight stay in Sigiriya

Overnight Stay :Sigiriya
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Anuradhapura to Sigiriya 2 HOURS
Day 5


- Morning visit Sigiriya Rock
- Lunch and rest
- Pidurangala rock and evening sunset

Overnight Stay :Sigiriya
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Full Day Sigiriya
Day 6


- Leave to Kandy
- Kandy City tour
- Tooth Temple
- Traditional dancing show

Overnight Stay :Sigiriya
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Sigiriya to Kandy 2 ½ HOURS
Day 7


- Tea factory and Tea plantation
- Mountains and waterfalls
- Evening rest in the Hotel

Overnight Stay :Nuwara Eliya
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Kandy to Nuwara Eliya 2 ½ HOURS
Day 8


- Horton plains nature hike
- Evening rest in the Hotel

Overnight Stay :Nuwara Eliya
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Full Day Nuwara Eliya
Day 9


- Single tree nature walks
- Most scenic train journey to Ella
- Overnight stay in Ella

Overnight Stay :Ella
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Nuwara Eliya to Ella 3 HOURS
Day 10


- Nine arch bridge
- Little Adem’s peak
- Ella rock hiking (4 ½ Hike)
- Overnight stay in Ella

Overnight Stay :Ella
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Full Day Ella
Day 11


- Bath at Diyaluma Falls
- Leave to Arugam bay
- Check in to Hotel

Overnight Stay :Arugambay
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Ella to Arugambay 3 ½ HOURS
Day 12 13


- Full day safari at Kumana
- Best birds national park in Sri Lanka
- Two days safari

Overnight Stay :Arugambay
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Full Day Safari
Day 14


- Leave to Tissamaharama
- Half day Safari at Yala

Overnight Stay :Tissamaharama
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Arugambay to Tissamaharama
Day 15


- Full day Safari at Bundala
- Specially for birds

Overnight Stay :Tissamaharama
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Tissamaharama to Bundala 1 HOUR
Day 16


- Full day Safari at Yala
- We will safari at different blocks of park

Overnight Stay :Tissamaharama
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Full Day Yala
Day 17


- Dondra Light house
- Mirissa palm tree hill
- Galle fort (Sun set)
- Overnight stay in Galle

Overnight Stay :Galle
Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Tissamaharama toGalle 3 ½ HOURS
Day 18


- Leave to the airport
- On the way Colombo city tour.
- One of the South Asia’s best cities

Meal Plan :Breakfast
Expexted Time of Travel :Galle to Airport 2 ½ HOURS



Per Person


Budget package accommodation type will be High rating Small Hotels or Guest house. Air-Condition good clean rooms with Hot and Cold water facilities. King size beds with relevant facilities. Best places with good reviews. All other services are same


Per Person


Standard package accommodation type will be Standard hotels. Hotels with single star category or two star. Restaurant and other relevant facilities are available. Rooms are “Deluxe” category.


Per Person


Superior package accommodation type will be Three ( 3 ) Star hotels.


Per Person


Luxury package accommodation type will be Four ( 4 ) Star or Five ( 5 ) Star hotels.


  • Airport pickup and Airport drop
  • Double room accommodation with selected category hotels
  • All transfers in Air-Condition private VAN
  • Meal plan starts from 2nd day morning to 7th day morning
  • All the cost which related to the Vehicle and guide
  • Government taxes



  • Entrance tickets to all sites
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Any other service which does not mention includes


  • Unlimited drinking water bottles
  • Mobile SIM card with free WiFi

Terms & Conditions


- In order to confirm the booking, we need advance payment of 50% balance can be settle ones arrive to Sri Lanka
- There will be no additional charges for postage, handling, and booking. We do not provide any hidden charges.
- Peak season payment will be subject to hotel availability. As sometimes we need to pay in full for hotels in order to book rooms. (Peak season – January / April / July / August / December)


- If the cancelation made 50 days prior to arrival, we will refund 100% from the hotel reservations and other service. But need to charge for bank charges only. Below mention are the rest of refund,

* 50 to 45 days, 75% will be refund from total bill
* 45 to 21 days, 50% will be refund from total bill
* After 21 days any cancelation made, we will look in to case by case and try to refund maximum possible. As we need to get hotel confirmations also.

- No refund for early check outs or No-Show
- Site tickets and Activity tickets will refund in 100% if client cancelled it 1 (one) Day prior to any activity or site visit.


- All prices are inclusive of tax and service charges. Government taxes are subject to change.
- Check – in time for hotels will be 2pm and check – out time will be 11am.
- First day early checking will arrange at any time and last day late check-out. This will be subject to flight details and additional charges will be added.
- All our vehicles are fully insured and according to standards for provide service of tourist transportation. - Special passenger cover for travelers.
- If there is any unavoidable circumstance arrive, such as break down or accident we will provide replace vehicle as soon as possible.
- 24 hours driver and vehicle service will be provided.

Travel Tip

1. Sri Lankan temples, long pants are required to enter, and slippers are required to enter the area. Bring a shawl to cover your shoulders and a long skirt that covers your knees (long shorts for men) to visit a temple.
2. Pack a jacket or a pullover if you are planning to go to the Hill Country. The temperature there goes down 10-15 C (50-60 F). It is especially cold at night.
3. It’s better to buy sunscreen and bring it with you, because it’s ridiculously expensive in Sri Lanka. We recommend getting a mineral sunscreen that is eco-friendly and safe for coral reefs. Ladies bring enough feminine hygiene products for the trip. Tampons are hard to find and expensive.
4. The currency in Sri Lanka is Sri Lankan Rupee. You’ll see a sign “Rs” on price tags, which means “rupees”. You can exchange money at the airport, the rates are usually decent and it’s safe and easy. You can also exchange money in one of the banks in bigger cities where you travel. ATMs are easy to find too. Always have some change with you. Although nowadays you can pay with credit card in hotels, restaurants, and supermarkets, there are still small shops in rural areas where only cash is accepted.
5. Local sim card will be provided. You can use data to call home via Skype or Watsup. Data is also very handy when you are traveling and simply stay connected with the world. Wifi is available at many hotels, hostels, restaurants, and cafes across the country. It’s not always reliable and fast, but you’ll find it in most touristy areas.
6. The weather in Sri Lanka is not defined by seasons, but by monsoons instead. The southwest of Sri Lanka is hit by monsoon from April to September, while the northeast – from November to March. This means that any time of the year there are areas in the country where it’s not raining, and you can enjoy your vacation. You just need to plan your itinerary accordingly. Having said that, we want to mention that rains in Sri Lanka are quite brief. It rains cats and dogs for 15 minutes, then it stops completely, and you can go on with your day. It’s not ideal, but it never stopped me from traveling around the island. Just pack a light rain jacket in your luggage and you are good to go! This eco-friendly rain jacket is super cute, by the way.
7. The temperature stays consistent throughout the year at 26-30 C (78-86 F) but might go up even higher in the hottest months around April-May. The temperature goes down once you reach the Hill country. In Nuwara Eliya and Ella it can be as low as 10-15 C (50-60 F). Humidity is very high all over the island. The average is 60%, but in the southwest it can go up to 80-90%.
8. In touristy towns by the beach, in the southwest of the island, you can wear pretty much whatever you like. There are way too many tourists so short skirts and shorts are fine. But if you are traveling to ancient cities or less touristy areas of Sri Lanka, I would recommend for women to cover up a bit more.
9. Get travel insurance. It’s better to be prepared. Although there are municipal hospitals in Sri Lanka, this is not where you want to end up in case of emergency. Private hospitals have better facilities, but they are expensive. Travel insurance will help you avoid those expenses.
10. Sri Lankan meals are arranged for use in hotels. Cleaning and sanitation are more secure. However, due to taste, please have psychological preparations for entry and customs. Please use mineral water for drinking water. Raw water should not be used. In Sri Lanka eat Sri Lankan food. Sounds silly, but seriously, this is what they do best.
11. Sri Lankans eat rice and curry by hand, you should try it too. we must admit, it looks gross when you see it for the first time. So, take it easy, watch people do it first, learn a little, then dive in. The reason you should do it at least once is because the taste is truly different when you eat rice and curry with a spoon vs by hand.
12. There’s always at least one public holiday a month on the day of full moon – Poya day. On Poya day and other public holidays many shops and restaurants are closed, especially outside of Colombo. It is also prohibited to sell alcohol.
13. Standard voltage in Sri Lanka is 230 V, standard frequency 50Hz. D, M, and G type of power sockets are used throughout the country (the plug either has three round pins or three rectangular blades).
14. For some sightseeing spots, you need to buy tickets for your camera or camera. Please remember to ask for a receipt.
15. Sri Lanka's attractions, if there are arrangements for service personnel, more will ask customers for tipping habits, please prepare some change for spare.
16. Please bring your usual medicines with you in case you need them.
17. Wild animals, plants or related products are strictly forbidden to export. Some licensed export items can be carried as carry-on baggage but must obtain an export document certificate.
18. Do not buy silver products and wild animals, plants, and peacock feathers in large quantities.
19. If you are planning to travel around the island a lot, get a backpack. Even if your plan is to stay in a hotel by the beach and take short daytrips from there, it’s comfortable to have a small backpack to take all you need for the day. Mosquito spray will be essential item in your backpack. 20. Sri Lankans smile a lot. They are also some of the most kindhearted and welcoming people in the world. Please respect the local folk customs. When people smile at you, smile back. And, as Ellen says, be kind to one another!

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