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This Tour takes you into the hidden nature and wildlife treasures of the forest. The Sinharaja Forest Reserve, the largest lowland rainforest in Sri Lanka, is bordered by rivers and has natural habitats of extraordinary biodiversity and populated by abundant wildlife, which includes some rare mammals and many endemic bird species. The largest mammal in the forest is the rarely spotted leopard, also infrequently glimpsed are the rusty-spotted and wild fishing cats. Sambhur, barking deer and wild boar browse on the forest floor. in 1989 UNESCO declared the world heritage reserve.
leaving time: From Colombo 5.00am / 6.00am
Pick up Location: Colombo, Galle, Mirissa, Welligama
Travel time to Sinharaja: Approximately 3 h 20 min
The exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions.
This tour operating only from Colombo, Galle, Mirissa, Weligama if you need this day tour from any other places in Sri Lanka, we can arrange according to your requirements.
Sinharaja Rain Forest, Sabaragamuwa and Southern Province
The activities listed may vary according to actual timings.
The distance mentioned in the itinerary is correct, however, travel time depends on traffic and condition of the road. Route and stops are only suggested.
Our contract with you is made when you confirm your holiday booking by making the requested payment. Please check that the details on the invoice are correct. If you cancel or alter your booking, later on, you may have to pay an amendment charge. We reserve the right to refuse your booking. If we do this we will refund any money already paid to us.
If you wish to change your reservation we kindly ask that you give us advance notice, we are very flexible and will help with any alterations or changes you would like to make. The sooner you contact us, the better. Cancellations must be made by email or confirmed by us over the WhatsApp
Cancellations must be made with 24-hour notice, or no refund will not be given.
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European travelers require a passport issued by their respective countries (valid for at least 6 months beyond the end of your holiday).
All clients must obtain all necessary visas and relevant documentation prior to departure. Please note that Sri Lanka has introduced a new Visa regulation (Electronic Visa Authorization – ETA) that requires you to register on their special website www.eta.gov.lk before arrival.
We strongly advise to subscribe to Travel insurance and it is a condition of booking that you are adequately insured. We cannot be held responsible if you travel without Travel Insurance.
Health and vaccinations
Sri Lanka is an ideal place for your holidays, but keep in mind that it is also a tropical island and requires some considerations. The following advice is intended as a useful guide. However, Lankatourexperience recommends that you visit your family doctor, local health center, or a specialist health care center for specific advice regarding recommended vaccinations, malaria and dengue prevention prior to departure, and to discuss any basic health problems. Commonly recommended vaccinations for short term visits include:
We do not permit smoking on any of our vehicles.
Check-in and check-out times
Check-in time is from 02.00 PM (14:00 hrs.) onwards and check out time is 12.00 noon. (depends on the Hotels)
Early arrivals will be on availability and need to be informed at the time of reservation. Arrivals earlier than 10:00 AM will be charged the Full room rate and will be availability.
Early arrivals ahead of 6:00 AM will be charged an extra night’s rate and will be confirmed in advance if requested.
Late departure up to 2:30 PM will be on availability and needs to be informed at the time of arrival.
Late departure up to 6:00 PM will be charged full room rate.
Flight times and other essentials
In the event of an itinerary only part-booked by the company, we cannot be held responsible for the failure of any component of the holiday for which we do not have direct responsibility. This includes any difficulty in finding accommodation or collecting train tickets purchased by us if customers choose to book accommodation-only deals and arrange their own transport.
You are responsible for ensuring certain responsibilities with regard to your holiday booking, and these responsibilities are listed below.
Sri Lanka is a year-round destination with two monsoon seasons so there is a lot of confusion around when is the best time to visit. The weather doesn’t run like clockwork here, and we can always be surprised by the weather in Sri Lanka! However, there will rarely be weather so dramatic that it will stand in the way of a brilliant holiday with plenty of warm weather and sunshine.
WHEN TO VISIT (QUICK SUMMARY)
January – April – Entire Country
Mid-July – September – Entire Country
February – September – North and East
May – July – South-West Monsoon
October – January – North-East Monsoon
January – April – South coast
May – July – East coast
December – April – Bundala National Park – birds watching
South coast Mirissa – Whales watching
November – April – Kalpitya – Dolphins Watching
July – September – The Cultural Triangle – The Gathering of the Elephants
Yala National Park / Wilpattu National Park – Wildlife Safari
Capital: Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte, Colombo
Currency: Sri Lankan rupee (LKR)
The currency of Sri Lanka is the rupee (Rs), which is divided into 100 cents, although it is rare to find prices in cents. There are coins of 1, 2, 5 and 10 rupees. The notes are in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 rupees.
Money changers are present in Colombo and in the main tourist locations. They offer competitive rates, but choose them carefully because it’s easy to be scammed. Our advice is to exchange currency only in banks or at the most reliable money changers, such as those at the airport. ATMs are still the safest and most reliable solution.
Taxes and refunds
In Sri Lanka the VAT (value added tax, our VAT) is 15% and can
Language: Sinhala, Tamil, and English
Religion: Buddhist 70%, Hindu 15% Christian 8%, Muslim 8% (1999)
Electricity: 230V, 50Hz British G type plug most common + fewer (older) installations of D (round pin plug used in India).
Country code: +94
Internet TLD: .lk
Time Zone: UTC+5:30
Religious Sites: If your are going to visit temples, you will need clothes that cover your shoulders and your knees.