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Birdwatching at Thalangama Wetland from Mount Lavinia

Birdwatching at Thalangama Wetland from Mount Lavinia

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(SKU: LK7500D000) This is a great nature excursion for those who love birds, dragonflies, and butterflies. It is in close proximity to Colombo, which makes this an activity that can be done by everyone who passes or stays in Colombo. Talangama Lake is one of the best locations close to Colombo to see a wide variety of colorful birds, all throughout the year.

Includes:

  • Service of an experienced, English-speaking bird watching guide.
  • Refreshment and bottled water.
  • All Taxes & Service Charges.

Excludes:

  • Gratuities
  • Food or drinks.
  • Expenses of personal nature.

Experience:

We will meet at the Talangama junction at 5.45 a.m (for the morning tour) or 3.45 p.m. (for the evening tour) where you will be greeted by our staff prior to the commencement of the nature excursion. You will then be given a short briefing on the safety, terrain and other important aspects with regard to the journey by your naturalist/guide.

You will then be taken to the Talangama wetlands where you will be able to spot an array of exotic birds, dragonflies, and butterflies. Sri Lanka’s bird life is nothing short of inspiring and because our tours include a personal naturalist you are guaranteed to be inspired. Here, you might encounter Water Cocks, Eagles, Bee-Eaters, Waders, endemic Purple Faced Leaf Monkeys, Mongoose, and Water Monitors as we explore the picturesque Talangama area.

Your nature excursion in Talangama can be organized at any time of the year although the best season for birding in this area is known to be between November and March, due to the migratory season.

Notes:

Comfortable clothing. Hardy hiking shoes appropriate for trudging in mud. A wide-brimmed hat or billed cap to keep off the sun.

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