Walk With Jith is a leading wildlife 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 and birds of prey), nature and wildlife photography, safari tours (view our Yala National Park Safari). Other types of special interest wildlife tours include 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 personally organises and prepares 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.
Our 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. We 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 our own fleet of vehicles, whilst connecting wildlife travellers directly, means we eliminate intermediaries to offer tours at very competitive pricing.
Whenever possible, Jith and the team also engage the service of local village guides, which positively supports the local economy and those who conserve the local habitats; another very good reason to choose Walk With Jith for a hassle-free tour.
Whenever possible, Walk With Jith engages the service of local village guides, which positively and directly supports the local 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. On top, we have awareness programs with local border villages on the importance of wildlife in the local areas and the contribution to the local economy.
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