Looking for a break while staying at beach resort In Sri Lanka? Then this two day tour is just what you need. Specifically designed for bonding with nature & exciting experiences with beautiful natural surroundings. Whether you are with your partner, close friends or family, ella will be the ideal place for relaxing your mind and body. And for your little adventurous side will be the wild safari and udawalawe perfect for a balanced tour.
This tour is on a B / B basis. You’ll stay in nice hotel with wounderful views , with transportation and English / German -speaking guides included, as well as Jeep safari charges, train tickets and entrance fees.
• See the beautiful view of the Nine Arch Bridge and Ravana falls
• Best park to spot elephants in Sri Lanka
• Enjoy the train ride from Ella to Nuwara Eliya
• Visit tea plantations and factories and enjoy the amazing breeze of the hill country
Private Jeep safari ride at Udawalawe national park
Enjoying simple,yet breathtaking mountain climbing adventures in Ella
Absourb stunning views during your train journey across the hill country
Visit couple of most beautiful waterfalls in Sri lanka
Any time of the year
English / German
English / German
suncream, insect repellent and sunglasses.
Hotel – Tour Attractions – Hotel
Early morning, you will depart to Udawalawe National Park. This park is home to several hundred elephants and other rare plants and wildlife. It takes two hours from your Ahungalla hotel (Riu hotel / Heritance hotel).We have scheduled an early morning jeep safari at the Udawalawe national park,expect to see more wild animals in their natural surroundings such as a lots of elephants, water buffalos, wild boars, spotted deers, sambur deers, jackals, samber, black-naped hare, mongooses, bandicoots, foxes, the endemic Toque Macaque and Gray Langers and many more.
Udawalawe is an important habitat for Sri Lankan wild elephant,which are relatively easy to see in their open habitats.Many elephants are attracted to the park,because of the of the Udawalawe reservoir with a herd of believed to be permanently residence
After your safari,Arrive at elephant transit home. Elephant Transit Home - ‘Ath Athuru Sevana’ is a government managed Elephant Transit Home in Udawalawe, Sri Lanka. The baby elephants reside here were found abandoned, orphaned, sick or wounded in the jungle. They are kept and treated at this Elephant Transit Home and looked after till they are ultimately fit enough to be released back to the wild.
Then drive to Ella.It takes two and half hours from Udawalawe.Ella, is a charming mountain town in Sri Lanka known for its hikes and trails. With tea plantations, waterfalls and plenty of natural scenery,now this area of Sri Lanka is a favorite among tourist.
En route visit Rawana waterfall.This picturesque cascades known as Ravana Ella, situated in the Ella Gap, are among the most photographed waterfalls in Sri Lanka, as they are located at near the main road connecting the central highlands with the southern plains.
In the evening we will take you to visit the Nine Arch Bridge. This on the Demodara loop and spans 91 meters at a height of 24m. The beautiful nine arches make it a very picturesque spot especially as it is located in a dense jungle and agricultural setting. Behind the railway, a forest is booming and below, tea leaves are being cultivated
Ella in Sri Lanka is a very well known worldwide for it’s breathtaking view and scenery, Little Adam’s Peak is just one of it. The eye catching, jaw dropping and conspicuous peak is the one not to miss.It has been attracting tourists for a long time now. The reason for its popularity is the amazing view that never fails to attract and impress the visitors.After that back to your hotel
Next day morning get the train from Ella.From here you will take an absolutely stunning train journey to the charming town of Nanuoya. This is one of the most scenic train ride in Asia. One fabulous way of exploring the tea country is to jump aboard the train. The dramatic landscape of the highlands stirs the senses as you wind past lush tea plantations, majestic peaks and rushing waterfalls
After the train journey You will explore the panoramic beauty of the beautiful town of Nuwaraeliya, also known as “Little England”. En route, you will come across attractive waterfalls amongst the hills.
Then head into Sri Lanka’s hills for a tour of its tea territory. You’ll get to pluck tea leaves straight from the stem, as well as sip on a cuppa in one of the factories. Follow your guide around a tea factory, where you’ll get to see how tea leaves are produced from start to finish
On the way, you will visit the gorgeous Ramboda Waterfall and some iconic locations.Then stop for lunch at the plantation restaurant in Kithulgala-The filming location of the Bridge on the river kwai.
Back to Ahungalla ....
Milk feeding at Elephant Transit Home
Hike Little Adam’s Peak
Tea plucking experience
We did a wonderful 2-day tour to Udawala National Park and Ella with Tony.Everything was organized perfectly. Tony picked us up in Ahungalla in the morning with a comfortable air-conditioned mini van
We drove 3 hours to the national park, where a breathtaking safari awaited us.It was an unforgettable experience to see elephants, buffalos, crocodiles, monkeys and various exotic birds in the wild
After the safari we visited the Elephant Transit Home in Udawala. Small elephants are raised there to be later released into the various national parks, where they can then live in the wild.We were traveling with our 4-year old son and he was really fascinated to see the little baby elephants.
From there we drove to Ella to see the famous Nine Arches Bridge.The bridge is very impressive and the wonderful landscape can hardly be described in words.On our way to Ella we saw lots of amazing waterfalls and we were able to stop there and making pictures.
After that we climbed up on one of the famous mountains around Ella, where you have a spectacular view of Sri Lanka and the beautiful nature.Tony was always with us and patiently answered all our questions and told us a lot about the country, the people and the local culture.
Tony is a very warm, patient and caring person and you feel very comfortable and safe with him from the first second.The next day we did a 3 hour train ride from Ella. The train ride is a real highlight for anyone who wants to get to know the country and its people better. You get a lot of impressions on the train journey and you can hardly get enough of the beauty of the country
After the train ride, we went on a tour of one of the largest tea plantations and tea factories.It was very interesting to see how the tea is grown, harvested and processed in Sri Lanka.
On the way home to Ahungalla we stopped at famous viewpoints where we could take great photos. We thank Tony for these unforgettable 2 days and can only warmly recommend him as a tour guide.He is absolutely great and everyone will benefit from his experience, knowledge and loving nature!Thank you so much Tony , we are looking forward for our next tour with you.Warm regards,
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