SRI LANKA FIELD-TREK AND WILDLIFE SCHOOL TOUR
Abundant in animal and plant life as well as historical and archeological treasures, Sri Lanka is the perfect location for trekking adventures and wildlife field studies. This educational tour in Sri Lanka involves exploring the wildlife rich national parks, whale watching, trekking in the Knuckles Mountain Ranges and the opportunity to participate in community service projects. Students will engage in practical field work in fields related to biology, ecology, and zoology, studying diverse ecosystems across the country. This school trip includes general sightseeing in between days in the field, to incorporate cultural immersion (exploring Sri Lanka’s spice gardens), and outdoor activity (climb the famous Lion Rock).
Trip code : SRK9731T
Duration : 11 days
Destination : Sri Lanka
Travel Dates : As required
Please contact us on +61 8 7226-1898 or 1300 739 652 for the price.
Price depends on the below:
- Projects your group would like to participate
- Desired outcome/Learning objectives for students
- Accommodation level
- Travel date
- Group Size
- Duration of the tour
A Visa is required to visit Sri Lanka in the form of an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). There is a non-refundable processing fee for some categories of the ETA. Make sure you select the correct visa category for your circumstances. If you engage in activities that breach your visa conditions, you could be detained or deported.
Pay close attention to the date your visa expires – you could receive a large fine if you overstay your visa.
If you're travelling from a country with yellow fever or cholera, you'll need to present evidence that you've received the relevant immunisation(s). You'll also need a yellow fever vaccination certificate if you're arriving from, or have transited through, affected African and Latin American countries within nine days of entry to Sri Lanka. Babies under one year old are exempt.
Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months from the date you intend to return to Australia.