Contact

Jetwing Eco Holidays

Jetwing House
46/26 Navam Mawatha
Colombo 2
Sri Lanka.

Phone :
94 11 238 1201 or 94-11-234 5700 (Ext) 559, 561 or 593
Fax :
94 11 462 7743

Our usual office hours are from Monday to Friday from 9am to 5 pm. We do access emails intermittently outside these hours. We are at GMT plus 5 hrs 30 mins.

 

Featured Tour Packages

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NATURE EXCURSION TO ELPITIYA/ TALGASWELA ESTATE

Nature Excursion to Elpitiya/ Talgaswela Estate

Witness the thriving tea and Rubber Plantations in an evergreen tropical rain forest surrounding. You will be enlightened on the processes of the production of tea, rubber and oil palm by the specialists at the respective fields. Also you

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Sri Lanka Nature Trekking

With this nature trekking tour you could experience the real village life, village food, village traditions, agriculture and you will be astonished with the remarkable natural beauty that the village preserved.

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Marine Turtles and Elephants in Sri Lanka

MARINE TURTLES AND ELEPHANTS IN SRI LANKA; A 2 Day excursion with Jetwing Eco Holidays

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Elephant

Sri Lanka is one of the best places in the world to watch Asian elephants in the wild. There are a number of National Parks where these gentle giants can be watched in their natural splendor

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Jungle Cat

The Jungle Cat is a medium sized cat that is native to the Asian region. The jungle cat found in Sri Lanka is one of the 9 recognized sub species.

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Sri Lankan Blue Magpie

Sri Lankan Blue Magpie

The Sri Lanka Blue Magpie is a member of the crow family, which lives in the rainforests and highlands of Sri Lanka and is one of the island’s 33 endemic species.

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Blue Whale

Blue Whale

The Blue Whale is a marine mammal and is the largest animal to have ever lived on our planet. Mirissa in the South and Trincomalee in North-east Sri Lanka rank as the world’s top spots for watching Blue Whales.

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Fishing Cat

Fishing Cat

The Fishing Cat is a medium sized cat that is widespread across Sri Lanka. It was globally classified as an endangered species by the IUCN in 2008.

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Grey Slender Loris

Grey Slender Loris

The Grey Slender Loris is about the size of a chipmunk, with long, pencil-thin arms and legs. It is between 6-10 in. The round head is dominated by two large, closely set, saucer-like brown eyes.

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Sri Lankan Sloth Bear

Sloth Bear

The Sloth Bear is a nocturnal insectivorous species of bear found wild within the Indian subcontinent. The population isolated in Sri Lanka is considered as a subspecies.

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