This seven-day Sri Lankan tour winds its way through three national parks full of wildlife and a coastline with the longest whale season in the world. Keep your camera and binoculars at the ready. Here you're likely to see sloth bears, elephants, leopards, flamingos, whales, and dolphins aplenty.
Sri Lanka 7-Day Tours & Itineraries
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One of the best ways to explore Sri Lanka is on your own two feet, exploring quiet trails and beautiful landscapes on a guided trekking tour. This weeklong adventure takes you to Horton Plains National Park, Ella Rock, the famed Hill Country, and several other destinations for hiking, canoeing, and appreciating native wildlife. You'll also visit ancient temples and learn about the harvesting and production of tea, adding a cultural element to this outdoorsy itinerary.
The magnificent coastline of Sri Lanka has plenty to offer travelers, whether you're in the mood to relax under a palm tree or engage in active pursuits. This 7-day tour offers both. You'll spot blue whales on a whale-watching tour off the coast of Mirissa and spend a full day cycling around Galle, exploring a 17th-century Dutch fort and learning how tea is produced at a tea factory. But the itinerary also features several days to relax on the beaches of Bentota and Mirissa, trying water sports or just dozing on a beach blanket.
With expansive national parks, peaceful reservoirs, and rushing rivers, Sri Lanka is a paradise for outdoor adventurers. This 7-day tour, well-suited to families and active travelers of all ages, leads you around the country's natural wonders. Go whitewater rafting on the Kelani River, trek through the Knuckles Mountain Range, look for elusive leopards in Horton Plains National Park, and paddle a canoe through the quiet waters of Samanalawewa — it's all on the agenda.
See the best that Sri Lanka has to offer on this week-long itinerary around the country's cultural monuments and natural wonders. You'll visit historic temples in Kandy and Sigiriya, see the colorful fish market of Negombo, and learn about tea production in Hill Country. The trip features not one but two Jeep safaris in national parks, providing ample opportunities to see elephants, monkeys, and rare birds in their natural habitats.