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Udawalawe National Park Safari trip from Galle

Highlights
  • Enjoy a full-day animal safari in Udawalawe National Park
  • Scout for elephants, crocodiles, birds, exotic plants, and more
  • Optional side trip to Udawalawe Elephant Orphanage
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Udawalawe National Park Safari trip from Galle
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We arrange Udawalawa National Park safari trip from Galle Sri Lanka as it is a popular Tourist destination. just 10 hours trip including transport Udawalawa up and down and 4 hours safari time.
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Overview
Prepare to ‘get wild’ on this full-day safari in Sri Lanka’s Udawalawe National Park. Scout for elephants, crocodiles, birds, and more, and take an optional side trip to Udawalawe Elephant Orphanage. All national park fees and a safari jeep with a driver-guide are included.
What to Expect
Receive an early-morning pickup from your hotel in Galle and drive for three hours to the entrance of Udawalawe National Park. You’ll enter the park in the early morning hours to beat the crowds and to scout for animals when they’re at their most active.
Spend the day searching for Udawalawe’s collection of elephants, crocodiles, birds, and various species of exotic plant life. You’ll take a break midday for lunch (own expense) and also have time in the afternoon for an optional visit to Udawalawe Elephant Orphanage. You’ll transfer back to Galle in the afternoon, arriving back at your hotel around 6pm.
Reviews (20)
1 - 5 of 13 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Well worth the effort

We weren't expecting the trip to be so seamless. Mr. Abey picked us up from Galle at 3:30am. I highly recommend you to insist on the early morning trip. The trip is about 3 hours long to the national park. The car was comfortable. We...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank GokulUllas
Reviewed 20 October 2018 via mobile
Fun ride!

An absolute delight! We had the early morning pickup. The cab and the driver were fantastic. And our jeep ride to the safari and driver/ guide Ravi was amazing. Very punctual and careful about our requirements. We'd recommend this to everyone visiting this national park.

Thank shinag2
Reviewed 14 May 2018
Just wonderful

We went on a day trip in April and had a wonderful time. We saw elephants, birds, crocodile and more. The highlight has to be we were on one side of this beautiful lake and we saw a herd of elephants going into the water...More

Date of experience: April 2018
1  Thank Gill B
Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile
Great trip

We were picked up by a wonderful driver on 30th March. The car had great air con and was very comfortable, the driver drove very well and showed us lots of great sights along the way without slowing our journey. He took us to see...More

3  Thank ESteele
Reviewed 14 April 2018
Great time!

This was a great tour from an experienced Sri Lanka operator. They were extremely helpful, getting in touch with us before the tour via text or WhatsApp and answering our questions day and night. They were receptive to adding a new member and flexible with...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Steve S
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