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Sinharaja Rain Forest Walk and Bird Watching (All-Inclusive Private Day Trip From Colombo)
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Sinharaja Rain Forest Walk and Bird Watching (All-Inclusive Private Day Trip From Colombo)

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Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this private tour to the Sinnharaja Forest Reserve. Get the most out of your visit to this UNESCO World Heritage Site with guided commentary and the ability to decide how far you'd like to explore on foot. Travel at your own pace and enjoy the fact that you don't have to rent a car—that's six hours round-trip that you'll be spending enjoying the scenery instead of dealing with navigation and directions.
USD 175.00 per adult
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LizzyLeeton wrote a review Mar. 2020
Leeton, Australia614 contributions184 helpful votes
A really good experience but not sure if it could also be described as enjoyable. There is a mass of humanity fighting for their own spot as they try to buy bargains off stall holders. Tryto avoid the middle of the day.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Silversaint wrote a review Feb. 2020
Melbourne, Australia34 contributions25 helpful votes
We had heard so much about the floating market that we tried to go on 2 different days only to fins it not there. Very disappointing..... The street market is worth a look and has many different stalls and is very colourful
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kate R wrote a review Feb. 2020
Windsor, United Kingdom757 contributions258 helpful votes
An amazing place, everything you could possibly need to buy is available in this market, a brilliant few hours spent exploring on foot. The range of fruits and vegetables available was awesome. We saw piles of Wood apples which smell like blue cheese, but taste like sour tamarind pulp. if you are brave enough sample them - Made into a wood apple fruit shake, they can be excellent.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Dani C wrote a review Feb. 2020
Boston, Massachusetts156 contributions26 helpful votes
We got up early and took a tuktuk to the Pettah Market, as we are always intrigued by these local shopping experiences. Pettah is spread out over several blocks and is very busy with anything you could possibly ever want for sale. There is an open air vegetable and fruit section, which was cool, but we struggled to find food vendors and ended up eating in one of the small deceptively named “hotel” restaurants, which was fine, but nothing special. A fine morning spent, nosing around, but wouldn’t have missed it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Catherine L wrote a review Jan. 2020
Adelaide, Australia210 contributions93 helpful votes
We came through Pettah as part of a walking tour. We were there on a Sunday, so not all the stalls were open but it was still reasonably busy. Each street within the 'market' sells different items such as fabrics, clothing, cleaning products, plastic flowers and fresh produce. The fresh produce market was amazing, offering pineapples, bananas, pumpkins etc, dried fish and fresh herbs such as curry leaves.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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