Frequently Asked Questions

Is it okay to drink the water?
There is free bottled water at the Sri Lanka Aggressor Safari Lodge and during all wildlife viewing.
Are safari’s in Sri Lanka safe?
The Sri Lankan civil war ended in 2009 and the country has been rebuilding its tourism since. It's a beautiful, exotic destination full of culture, nature, wildlife, and smiling faces and home to some of the friendliest people in the world. The wildlife and safari viewing is abundant, unique and unlike
anything that can be found in either Africa or India.
Can I take my children on safari?
Of Course! We think taking the whole family on safari is a wonderful way to learn and grow together and build lifelong memories. We recommend a minimum age of five on our family safari’s.
What is the Dress Code when visiting World Heritage Sites?
Wear clothes that cover your arms and knees as you may not be allowed into certain areas.
What additional costs can I expect when traveling in Sri Lanka?
Your safari land package will include all accommodations, meals, bottled water, beer and wine. (Meals on wildlife safari) airport transfers, park fees and services by guides and drivers. International airfares are not included.
Additional costs does not include entrance fees to World Heritage sites, laundry services, phone calls, visa fees, travel insurance and gratuities.

What is the weather like in Sri Lanka?
 The weather is warm and tropical all year round in the Wilpattu area of Sri Lanka and there are no seasons. In July, August and September, these are traditionally dry months when the ‘Gathering’ happens. The 'Gathering' is when the largest number of Asian Elephants in the world gather each year at Minneriyia National park. The reason is due to the dry season when the Minneriyia National lakes remain the only water source in the area that doesn’t dry up.