The Emerald Isles

Sri Lanka is a magical land of mountains, gently undulating hills, open plains, and lush valleys. Running through these are countless rivers dotted with beautiful waterfalls, many hidden beneath a dense cloak of rainforest.

An island thats been isolated for millenium has evolved a number of endemic species, 33 on the last count for birds adding the current as well as proposed.  On this tour we will strive to see all of them in addition to the winter migrants and other resident species that could be difficult to view in India.

Endemics we would encounter Sri Lanka Spurfowl, Sri Lanka Junglefowl, Sri Lanka Wood-pigeon, Sri Lanka hanging parrot, Sri Lanka emerald-collared parakeet, Red-faced Malkhoa, Green-billed Coucal, Serendib Scops-owl, Chestnut-backed Owlet, Sri Lanka Hornbill, Yellow-fronted Barbet, Sri Lanka Magpie, Yellow-eared Bulbul, Sri Lanka bush-warbler, Brown-capped Babbler, Sri Lanka Scimitar-babbler, Orange-billed Babbler, Ashy-headed Laughingthrush, Sri Lanka White-eye, Sri Lanka Myna, White-faced Starling, Sri Lanka Whistling-thrush, Spot-winged Thrush, , Sri Lanka Scaly thrush, Dull-blue Flycatcher, Legge’s Flowerpecker, Sri Lanka Green Pigeon, Sri Lanka small barbet, Crimson-backed Flameback, Sri Lanka Woodshrike, Sri Lanka crested Drongo, Sri Lanka Swallow, Black-capped Bulbul.