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We woke up at 6am to get there for 8:30 from Negombo. We paid 3600 SLR each to get in which we thought was the entry free plus the hire for the car, but when the tour finished they advise we need to pay an...More
Wilpattu is one of the largest national parks in Sri Lanka. Dusty and bumpy roads with less travelers. Have to hire a Jeep or need a off road vehicle to travel through the jungle. Early in the morning is the best time to spot animals....More
We did a full day safari (booked by our hotel for 18000 lkr for two people including food and water). First of all, a full day is too long, sitting for 8 hours in a car on bumpy roads gets old. Secondly, even though this...More
Limited large animals makes the full day twelve hour tour quite draining! Stuck in jeep. Terrible roads and one driver / guide who was a good spotter but very little communication and no explanations at all. Just names of animals as we circled small areas...More
Wilpattu Jeep Safaris do not include any educational elements, about what to look for, types of flora and fauna or life cycles of the animals.
We had only one driver, no tour guide, the driver did not speak any English and had to concentrate on...More