The only place in the world to witness the largest Asian elephant ‘Gathering’ known to exist in the planet (June – September). Watch as these huge animals drink, play and snack on the green, lush grasses that have been exposed by the receding water. This little area, wild with life, is home for the dry season to over approximately 150 - 300 elephants that have come from all over the North Central Province of Sri Lanka.
Polonnaruwa was the second capital of Sri Lanka after the destruction of Anuradhapura in 993. It comprises, besides the Brahmanic monuments built by the Cholas, the monumental ruins of the fabulous garden-city created by Parakramabahu I in the 12th century.
Guide to the local market to buy fresh vegetables and fruits while enlightening them about the native names of the fruits and vegetables, their health benefits and nutrition factors etc .
Sri Lanka is home to 26 endemic-bird species and seven proposed endemic species. The total number of bird species recorded in the island is 492 of which 219 are breeding residents. Bird Life International recognize Sri Lanka as one of the world's Endemic Bird Areas . The number of endemic species has changed many times over the years
Cycling with our expert guide in the area starting from 7 AM or 12 PM and this is a Cycling trip of approximately 5 -6 hours. We guarantee you that you will come to learn “The real Sri Lanka’ during this Cycling Trip in Sigiriya and Habarana.
Cooking demonstration on traditional Sri Lankan cooking
Surrounding of Sigiriya Rock Fortress is a designated forest reserve and is a very good birding destination. Sigiriya sanctuary is a well protected area as it is a UNECO World Heritage Site, waterways and thick canopied forests make it a heaven for birds.
Take a real village walk through the rustic rural community of Sigiriya and Habarana accompanied by an expert guide.
Fishing in lakes in Sigiriya and Habarana areas using traditional methods