Waulpane and Udawalawe Tour from Galle/Unawatuna/Weligama/Mirissa

Waulpane and Udawalawe Tour from Galle/Unawatuna/Weligama/Mirissa

This full-day tour plan allows you to discover the ancient prehistoric cave of Waulpane (Cave of Bats) and Udawalawe elephant transit home, the rehabilitation centre for orphaned elephant calves and safari in Udawalawe national park, one of the best parks in the world to see wild Sri Lankan elephants.

For reservation contact:

Sameera : +94 76 826 8019            Gajendra:+94 71 836 9465

Tour Details

14 hours
Suitable Period
Any time
Good for
Anybody. However, the Waulpane cave expedition can do who has good health and strength.
Moderate & difficult
Shorts/ tight & T-shirt
Strap sandals/ shoes, spotlight
No. of participants
Any number
Safety measures
Activities are monitored by trained personnel. First aid for any emergency
Starting from Car USD 0 | Van USD 0

Tour Map

Key Highlights

  • Waulapane limestone cave
  • Udawalawe national park

What's included

  • Transport with an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Service of an English speaking chauffeur guide
  • All highway and Parking charges if applicable
  • All taxes incurred

What's Not included

  • Entry fees for the mentioned activities
  • Meals and refreshments
  • Specialist guide’s fee
  • Tips (optional)
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • You will be picked up from your hotel in Galle or the surrounding at 6.30 am. Transfer you to Waulpane. 

Show details

Hide details
  • Explore Waulpane limestone cave.  It is famous for beautiful stalactites and Stalagmites believed to be 500 million years old and home to around 500,000 bats. 
Hide details
  • Visit Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home and witness the elephant calves being fed milk.  Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home is a temporary rehabilitation centre for orphaned elephant claves. When they have become strong enough released them back to the wild again. Every 3 hours starting from 9 am to 6 pm baby elephants are fed milk. 
  • After that, you can have your lunch at a place of your choice.
  • Then proceed to Udawalawe national park for an afternoon safari. Udawalawe national park was established in 1972 to provide a sanctuary for wild animals who were displaced due to the construction of the Udawalawe reservoir. Udawalawe national park is famous for herds of Sri Lankan elephants and birds.
Hide details
  • Safari will finish at around 6.00 pm and transfer you back to Galle. Approximately 2 and a half hours drive.
Hide details

Client Details