Sri Lanka 's abundant bird-life
makes the island a true Ornithologist's paradise. Of the
427 recorded species, 250 are resident and 23 are endemic to
With such a variety of environments ranging
from wet to dry zone, forest to jungle, and hill country to
low lands, there's no end to the fascinating locations in
which to spot many of these beautiful birds.
Accommodation is offered
in the following 3 standards:
but clean. With a typical Sri Lankan touch , relaxed
atmosphere and personalized service at Small family /
enterprise run operations.
3 Star equal: Better comforts and facilities with extra
comforts. Mostly large establishments with Standardized
Premium: High standards of quality, décor, service and much more, with
many extra comforts and activities to indulge yourself. We
have offered locations with a unique Sri Lankan individuality,
measuring up to international standards.
Entrance fees to the Sinharaja Rain
Forest & trekkers fee.
Picnic lunch on day 2 for camping
Accommodation & meal plan as
mentioned in the itinerary.
All government taxes & service
charges including VAT.
Rates do not include:
Birding Guide’s Fee.(Given Separately)
Transportation. (Given Separately)
Any additional beverages or food, which would be ordered
Any tips to the staff.
Any personal effects not mentioned here.
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Sinharaja Bird Watching Tour Itinerary
(3 Days / 2 Nights)
Arrival meet greet and transfer to Sinharaja.
Check-in at Sinharaja.
Dinner & over night stay at the camp / hotel.
Value – Blue Magpie Hotel (HB)
Standard – Rain Forest Edge (HB)
Deluxe - Mahoora Luxury Camp (FB)
After breakfast you'll proceed
to Sinharajah Rain Forest
Sinharaja Rain Forest is a world
heritage site, which can also be described as a Tropical
Lowland Rainforest or Tropical Wet Evergreen Forest. Whatever
its ‘technical’ name, it is undoubtedly a rich treasure trove
of nature with a great diversity of habitats and a vast
repository of Sri Lanka’s endemic species found nowhere else
in the world.
Bird Watching in this ecosystem is particularly
interesting because it is home to 95% of the endemic birds of
Sri Lanka! Named as a world heritage site in 1989, this
lowland evergreen rain forest is steeped in deep legend and
mystery. The word ‘Sinharaja’ means, Lion (Sinha) King (Raja),
and it is popular belief that the legendary origin of the
Sinhala people is from the union between a princess and the
lion king who once lived in the forest.
After early breakfast leave for forest exploration and
bird watching with packed lunch.
Lunch to be taken in a suitable
After lunch continue to observe the
After leave to lodge relax &
Dinner & overnight stay at the camp / hotel
After breakfast proceed to your holiday destination or airport for