Explore the finest and most luxurious wildlife splendors of Sri Lanka, in its untamed glory, with a stirring Sri Lanka Safari Ride. Experience a seamless adventure designed to make sure every angle is unique and each moment is personalized. Offering you world class Sri Lanka Safari Services, with ultimate comfort and elegance, at Lakpura we tailor-made Sri Lanka Safari Experiences for nature enthusiasts.
Bird lovers, outdoor adventurers, and everyone in between- providing you with an exceptional Safari Experience in Sri Lanka ,which can melt your stress away and enchant you with the spell of the pristine wilderness. Our highly trained safari drivers who are dedicated do surpass every single guest’s expectation, equipped with standard jeeps and high-quality recovery equipment, offers you the best sightseeing vacation experience on the island, for the best price. Plan your Sri Lanka Safari with us and enjoy a myriad of opportunities.
✔️ This particular trip may have to start before 8.00 am
Wildlife abounds in southern Sri Lanka’s Udawalawe National Park. Here, open-top jeep safaris bring visitors within close range of members of the park’s resident elephant population — some say it’s the country’s largest, with as many as 400 individuals.
The park is centered around a massive man-made reservoir, which displaced hundreds of hectares when it was created in the 1970s but now draws wild buffaloes, sambar deer, crocodiles, jackals, macaques, leopards and flocks of water birds. Udawalawe’s dry weather and short, grassy vegetation provides an ideal setting for viewing these creatures.
As optional extras we are happy to offer you two more experiences , One is the Gem Mining in Sri lanka, Around Rathnapura we like to show you how the Gem Mining is going on and as a live activity you can even go there and can see inside of a Gem Mine. Apart from that the main food in Sri Lanka is Rice so paddy fields comes first when we are talking about the rural life. With us you even can go to a Sri Lanka Paddy field and can enjoy it.
The Udawalawe Elephant Transfer Home is a facility within Udawalawe National Park in Sri Lanka that was established in 1995 by the Sri Lanka Department of Wildlife Conservation. Its primary objective is to rehabilitate orphaned elephant calves for ultimate release back into the wild.
The Transit Home is a lively place. Feeding milk to the calves every three hours is a recurring job on all 365 days of the year. Elephant calves at ETH are fed once every three hours. ETH turns into frenzy if the feeding times are delayed; the pathetic cry and the charges of elephants for milk is agonizing to hear.
The huge herds of elephants with playful little ones being the prominent feature of the Udawalawe safari, the park also offer you glances at water buffalo, wild boar, spotted deer, sambur deer, jackal, samber, black-naped hare, mongooses, bandicoots, foxes, the endemic Toque Macaque and Gray Langers.
Once harrowing is complete, paddy seeds are sown or saplings are planted in the ground. No chemicals or toxins were used to enrich the soil of paddy fields. Ancient and traditional farmers used manure, fallen leaves and decayed hay to fertilize their land. These organic fertilizers improved microbial activity in soil.
The island of Sri Lanka (aka Ceylon or Serendib) has a heritage for gem mining and trading that dates back 2000 years. Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated in the Indian Ocean, off the southern tip of India. Sri Lanka has earned its namesake as the ‘Gem Island’ or ‘Island of Gems’ (Ratna Dweepa), with its abundance of corundum gems, chrysoberyl and alexandrite, garnet, moonstone, peridot, spinel, topaz, tourmaline, and zircon. During the 16th century, Portuguese explorer Vasco de Gama said of Sri Lanka: “Ceylon has all the fine cinnamon of the Indies and the best sapphires.