A person travels to faraway places to watch in fascination, the kind of people they used to ignore at home or daily work life. For some people this may encompass them more. Living in London, I was aware that we shared a few endemics with the Sri Lanka, the pearl of the Indian Ocean. The determination of being stronger, I ended up seeing more local areas than I would have and nothing to venture out on this week long trip. After reaching out in our destination last night I see the grand welcome there people done for us is really watchable type. If you also want this type of grand welcome with flowers, traditional dances, delicious food and many more then I am sure you won’t stop yourself. Make your Sri Lanka Visa and make a adventure tour to Sri Lanka.
Here are my adventure experiences in Sri Lanka:
Early next morning, after picking up our tour guide, we entered on our dream journey to the Rainforest region the Sinharaja National Park. Approx 120 kms from Colombo. The road conditions from hotel to Sinharaja National park are quite good. As soon as we left the occluding city, harnessing our binoculars, we moved closer to the car window seats. The trailing city life always restores a birder’s zealous eyes. The desire to see the Sri Lankan endemics was kicked off by our first sightseeing of the Yellow Fronted Barbet.
The country- side of Sri Lanka is similar to our all countries coastal areas but some coastal areas are not cleaned and fresh. Here the coastal areas to each city and village is Clean, rain-washed narrow lanes, lined with archetypal village houses with lush green open fields are weaved into the landscape. Several water bodies including billabongs and rivulets which are perfectly synchronized with youthful bushes and tall palms.
Several Doves and Shrikes later we stopped for lunch at a restaurant serving local food. It seemed more like a home with a large dining room and open to all visitors. The Sinharaja Rain forest is a site that rich of biodiversity and is well worth exploring as well. After that there are many more Rain forest that we experience in front of our eyes are the Yala National Park which is one of the best places in the world to spot leopards along with a host of other fascinating wildlife and the Minneriya National Park where one can watch the famed “elephant gathering”, while the Udawalawe and Wilpaththu national parks are reserves ideal for safaris too.
In today’s article I have explained few adventure part of my Six days tour to Sri Lanka. If you want to experience more you can extend your Sri Lanka tourist visa. I hope you enjoy my blog. For more information you can also visit our Tourism site @ https://www.etavisa-srilanka.org/srilanka-trourism.php