Sri Lanka Trekking
We are specialist tour operator for trekking based in hill capital Kandy and also organizing all kinds of tours in culture, nature and adventure in Sri Lanka on the principles of Eco and sustainable tourism. We are arranging tailor made itineraries on your interest covering all island. Also you can get some ready made tour itineraries with trekking, ancient cities and other adventure sports.
Knuckles Mountain Range is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO in Kandy. "Trekking Base Camp in Knuckles Mountain Range" where our organizing place for trekking cum wilderness camping for longer days. For our services and all information's please fill the form in contact page and send us!
(We are recommended by Lonely Planet Sri Lanka for trekking and camping in Knuckles Mountain Range, (Page No 175) around Kandy (page No 163). Also recommended by Rough guide to Sri Lanka (Under the topic of tours from Kandy. page No 254) Bradt Guide to Sri Lanka (topic Trekking in page 254) Foot Print Travel Guide to Sri lanka (page No 214) and you can find many past travelers tour comments in various travel forums, blogs in internet, we are also working with "World Challange" and many other trekking groups )
Sumane Bandara Illanganthilake - One of the pioneers of eco tourism and trekking tours in Sri Lanka. His experience in tourism is over 45 years. Mr. Sumane is the consultant of Sri Lanka Trekking. He is highly recommended by Rough Guide to Sri Lanka guide book. He has wide knowledge of Trekking, Bird watching, Round Tours, Night Jungle Walks specially ask for lories watching in Sri Lanka.
Ravi Desappriya- Sri Lanka Tourist Authority, trained and licensed (L No C914) tourist guide lecturer. He is over ten years experienced in tourism. Specially Trekking, wild Life Safari Jeep Driving, Camping, Bird Watching, Mountain Biking and very enthusiastic about caving and pot holing, bats watching, night jungle walks and all inland activities. He is usually barefoot when trekking and author of Sri Lanka Trekking web sites. >>>>
We got a donation of Bat Detector instrument for research on Sri Lankan mammal bats from Mr. Brian Brooks, Magenta Electronics Ltd, www.magenta2000.co.uk
Coordination done by paragliding pilot Mr. John Shepard.
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