Enter the gateway of the sanctuary and feel the excitement build as rugged nature unfurls before you with every jerk of the dusty 4 wheel drive. Observations have revealed that Sri Lankan leopards may be more social than subspecies elsewher..
Two of Sri Lanka’s “purest gems are her rich and varied wildlife and her equally rich and varied jungles. One-tenth of the island’s entire land area comes under the jurisdiction of the Department of Wild Life Conservation, which admin..
Wilpattu is Sri Lanka’s oldest and largest national park, famous for watching Leopard and Sloth Bear. Bordering the Mahaweli River, Wasgamuwa National Park is a wildlife hotspot in Sri Lanka..
For blue whale watching, Mirissa in Sri Lanka is one of the best destinations in the world. Experience the largest creature in the world, the Blue Whale and also the chance to see Sperm Whales & Dolphins too!..
Jetwing Eco Holidays was the first to recognize the value of Yala National Park as a “Big Game” safari National Park in Asia, we were the first to identify the value of leopard and launch “Leopard Safaris” as an eco-tourism product ..
For an Island of its size, Sri Lanka has a high density of species of birds. A total of 462 birds have been recorded including migrants. No less than 34 species of birds are endemic, found nowhere else in the world. The mixed species bird f..
For an Island of its size, Sri Lanka has a high density of species of birds. A total of 462 birds have been recorded including migrants. No less than 34 species of birds are endemic, found nowhere else in the world. The mixed species birdin..
For an island that is just 65,000 square kilometres, Sri Lanka has an astonishing array of wildlife and is one of the best places in the world for photographing large mammals in their natural habitats. Venture on a 14 nights / 15 day excurs..
“The Crossing” is the sister event of “The Gathering” in Minneriya National Park. It signifies the great mammoth elephants swimming from one island to the other in search of food – hence the name “The Cro..
Sri Lanka has three species of diurnal primates (two are endemic) and two species of nocturnal primates (two lorises with one endemic). It is probably the best places in the world to observe the social dynamics of diunal primates. The endem..
Sri Lanka is a paradise for butterfly enthusiasts with 243 species of butterflies and skippers. Even the wetland reserves near the capital of Colombo will hold as many as fifty different species. Seasonally, large migrations of whites and y..