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Elephant Safari in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Elephant Safari

Currency: Sri Lankan Rupee (LKR)

Time zone: GMT + 5½ all year

Dialling code: +94

Best Times to Visit: Any time of the year

Languages of Sri Lanka: Sinhalese, Tamil and English

If you preparing to do elephant safari in Sri Lanka? Here's is information about elephant safari in Sri Lanka to help you prepare your elephant safari tour in Sri Lanka.

Elephant Back Safaris not only give chance to see wild animals while riding an elephant, but likewise the possibility to enter into it. The travel agents may decide to share a day with the stunning monster by picnicking in the bush in the darkness of the elephant or by swimming, grooming, feeding the elephant as well. One of the most prominent areas of Elephant Back Safaris are Habarana, Sigiriya and also Kaudulla.

A Travel Guide to Elephant Safari in Sri Lanka

If stunning coastlines, scrumptious cuisine, abundant culture as well as magnificent landscape aren't enough to persuade you to get on an airplane to Sri Lanka, then have a look at the most beautiful wildlife that this little island in the Indian Sea offers. Despite its dimension, the country has an incredibly high level of biodiversity and is considered one of the top biodiversity hotspots on the planet.

Why should you book this trip?

  1. This is memorable experience with a lot of individually time with what has to be just one of the most unbelievable animals to occupy Sri Lanka's shores.
  2. We, as an accountable scenic tour business, have entirely quit promoting elephant back flights. We do not even advertise the elephant orphanage in Pinnawala.
  3. This activity is created to give an opportunity for an elephant enthusiast to obtain near to a currently domesticated elephant and also support it whilst discovering the elephant habits in a domesticated setup.
  4. There are close to 300 domesticated elephants in the country and also there is strong lobbying from holy places to get even more from areas like the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage.
  5. Though recording wild elephants to tame them is not occurring in Sri Lanka today, preservationists highly think that even orphan elephants need to not be domesticated.
  6. Nevertheless, inquiries stay on how to accommodate someone that loves elephants and also wants to have a communication with them in a responsible manner.
Best National Parks to see Elephants in Sri Lanka
  • Kaudulla National Park
  • Yala National Park
  • Minneriya National Park
  • Udawalawe National Park

For more information on elephant safari in Sri Lanka and tour packages contact Swan Tours or call 011 23415601.