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(Rapids class 2)


The 335km long Mahaweli is Sri Lanka’s longest river. This wilderness adventure, journeyed by kayaks and/or canoes, is a 50km, 4 days and 3 nights paddling trip through the untainted Wasgamuwa National Park, located in the heart of Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle. It begins 20km downstream from the town of Mahiyanganaya and ends near to Manampitiya. The park is home to large herds of wild elephants and a rich and diverse birdlife. It’s quite likely that you will spot some crocs sunning themselves on the banks of the river on certain stretches, so the trip is not for the faint hearted! All your equipment, food and drink, as well as all safety equipment will be provided. 

The expedition is hosted by a team of experienced river guides. This is generally a flat water expedition however there are a couple of Class I and II rapids to navigate which will add to the excitement. No prior experience is necessary, but participants must have a reasonable level of fitness and be willing to pitch in with camp set up, as well as cooking and cleaning and packing up camp each morning. Our Partner is the only adventure company in Sri Lanka that conducts the Mahaweli River Expedition. This trip will offer participants a chance to learn many new skills, such as how to read the river, some gentle whitewater paddling, wilderness camping and safety.

The journey is an epic and unique experience in Sri Lanka.

Mini 2 pax