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Walk With Jith

Colombo, Sri Lanka tel: +94714951339 | walkwithjith@hotmail.com | www.walkwithjith.com

Bird Watching Tours Sri Lanka

Walk With Jith is a leading wildlife tours and bird watching tours Sri Lanka operator, with more than a decade of experience. Walk With Jith offers a wide range of birding Sri Lanka (targeting more than 200 birds including all 33 endemics), nature and wildlife photography, safari tours (view their Yala National Park Safari) and other types of special interest wildlife tours including dolphin and whale watching in Sri Lanka tours. Sri Lanka is renowned as the major destination for dolphin and whale watching.

Top tour guide and highly experienced trekker and birder, Prasanjith (Jith) Caldera will personally organize and prepare your travel itinerary. Whether you are an individual traveler, a family or a group, Jith will make sure that you get a well-prepared, well-balanced tailor-made wildlife tour, with attention to detail.

The very experienced, licensed Walk With Jith guide team are a treasure trove of knowledge about bird watching tours in Sri Lanka, birding sites, plants, wildlife, dragonflies, butterflies and the national parks of Sri Lanka. They also have a very good understanding of the needs of the nature photographer.

Birding Sri Lanka

The Field Ornithology Group of Sri Lanka recognises Walk With Jith as a bird friendly facilitator. Being a local wildlife company, with their own fleet of vehicles, and connecting wildlife travellers directly also means eliminating intermediaries to offer tours at very competitive pricing.

Whenever possible, Jith and his team also engage the service of local village guides, which positively supports the locally economy and those who conserve the local habitats, another very good reason to choose Walk With Jith for a hassle-free tour.

Bird Watching Tours Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Bird Watching Tours
 
These bird watching tours in Sri Lanka range from 7 to 14 days and are mainly focused on

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Wildlife and Safari Tours

Sri Lanka Leopard | Wildlife and Safari Tours
 
For 10 to 14 days be guided by experts with over 10 years experience in successfully

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Bird, Wildlife & Nature Photography

Scarlet Minivet | Bird, Wildlife & Nature Photography
 
A 10 day photographic tour focused on the photographer whose primary interest

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Dolphin & Whale Watching Sri Lanka

Dolphin & Whale Watching Sri Lanka
 
This bespoke whale watching tour is professionally planned taking you to the three top

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Birding, Wildlife & Culture Tours

Walk With Jith Sri Lanka Culture Tours
 
A 14 day tour with a mixture of birding, wildlife and a great selection of all the major

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Serendib Scopes Owl

Sri Lanka Bird Watching Tours
 
A recently discovered species and endemic bird seen in the Kitulgala and Sinharaja Rainforests.

Chestnut-backed Owlet

Walk With Jith Chestnut-backed Owlet
 
Endemic bird. Seen in Kitulgala and Sinharaja Rainforests.

Sri Lanka Whistling Thrush

Sri Lanka Whistling Thrush
 
Endemic bird. Very secretive, rare and shy endemic bird which is difficult to spot. Seen in the highlands and Horton Plains.

Red-faced Malkoha

Sri Lanka Red-faced Malkoha
 
Rare and shy canopy endemic bird spotted in Kitulgala and Sinharaja Rainforest.

Sri Lanka Green-billed Caucal

Green-billed Caucal
 
Rare and shy endemic bird seen in Kitulgala and Sinharaja Rainforest.

Sri Lanka Blue Magpie

Sri Lanka Blue Magpie
 
Colourful endemic bird seen in Kitulgala and Sinharaja Rainforest.

Sri Lanka Leopard

Sri Lanka Leopard
 
Rare and hard to see, though found in Yala and Wilpattu national parks.

Sloth Bear

Sri Lanka Wildlife - Sloth Bear
 
Rare and very hard to see, spotted in Yala and Wilpattu national parks.

Asian Elephant

Asian Elephants
 
Large herds can be seen in most National Parks throughout Sri Lanka.

Blue Whale

Blue Whale - Whale Watching Sri Lanka
 
The best time to for Blue Whale spotting is between November to April on the South coast.

Endemic Birds to Sri Lanka

Ashy-headed Laughingthrush, Black-capped Bulbul, Black-throated Munia, Brown-capped Babbler, Ceylon Blue Magpie, Ceylon Crested Drongo, Ceylon Grey Hombill, Ceylon Hanging Parrot, Ceylon Jungle Fowl, Ceylon Rufous Babbler, Ceylon Scaly Thrush, Ceylon Scimitar-Babbler, Ceylon Small Barbet, Ceylon Spurfowl, Ceylon Swallow, Ceylon Whistling- Thrush, Ceylon White-eye, Ceylon Wood Pigeon, Ceylon Woodshrike, Chestnut-backed Owlet, Crimson-backed Flameback, Dusky-blue Flycatcher, Green-billed Coucal, Layard’s Parakeet, Legge’s Flowerpecker, Pompadour Green Pigeon, Serendib Scops-Owl, Spot-winged Ground- Thrush, Sri Lanka Bush-Warbler, Sri Lanka Myna, White-faced Starling, Yellow- fronted Barbet, Yellow-eared Bulbul

 

Other Wildlife

The oldest documented tree called the ‘Sacred Bo Tree’ Ficus Religiosa is in Anuradhapura cultural site. In all the culture tours offered they pay attention to flora, wildflowers, butterflies, dragonflies, moths, etc.

Conservation Sri Lanka

Whenever possible, Walk With Jith engages the service of local village guides, which positively and directly supports the locally economy and those who conserve the local surrounding habitats.

Walk With Jith also organise Sri Lanka bird watching tours for local school children free of charge with a focus on conservation education and also awareness programs with local boarder villages on the importance of wildlife in the local areas and the contribution to the local economy.

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