Sri Lanka - Island Explorer, Family Adventure
Sri Lanka, Family, 14 days - from £1,195 (land only) - from €1,615 (land only) - from $1,995 (land only)
The most fun in Sri Lanka!
Compared to similar holidays in the market our Family Sri Lanka Adventure includes more fun elements to keep you and the kids entertained in this fascinating country.
- See elephant and leopard on a jeep safari with the whole family
- Visit orphaned baby elephants in Sri Lanka
- Explore the rock fortress of Sigiriya
- Make a batik, visit a monk and go whitewater rafting!
- Relax at the end with 2 days on an Indian Ocean Beach, Sri Lanka
Setting out to explore Sri Lanka's great variety, on this family adventure holiday to Sri Lanka we see many of its most colourful attractions - towering waterfalls, spice gardens, Indian Ocean beaches, historic towns and some of the Buddhist world's most remarkable temples. After a village walk and a visit to the amazing rock fortress at Sigiriya, we travel to the ‘hill-capital' of Kandy, where we have the chance to make our own souvenir batik. We then have a session of fun whitewater rafting on the Kelani River, before heading up to Newara Eliya, to visit a tea plantation and hike to the dramatic viewpoint at World's End. We also visit the orphaned baby elephants at the Elephant Transit home. Jeep safaris at Udawalawe and Yala take us close to wild elephants and maybe even an elusive leopard, before we round off this great holiday with 2 days at the coast for surf, sand and optional watersports.
Is this holiday for you?
Suitable for children of 6 years and upwards.
Designed with children in mind, this holiday includes fun activities, wildlife viewing/safari's, a couple of short walks and sightseeing visits. The holiday also includes a short whitewater rafting trip, childern must be over 3ft 11 (1.2m) in height or over 11yrs old to take part, and all participants must be able to swim unaided for 25 metres. All safety equipment (buoyancy aids, helmets, etc) and professional guiding is included. The rafting will depend on the river conditions but is usually grade 3-4, it will not be harder. The longest walk will take 3 hours, with lots of stops to rest and enjoy the ever-changing scenery. We also have jeep safari's and a visit to the elephant transit home to see baby orphans. We end with a couple of days at the beach to relax and enjoy the Indian Ocean.