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National Parks

Yala 

Yala, as an internationally-renowned wildlife park, has attracted a large number of international and national visitors annually. The majestic leopard endemic to Sri Lanka is one of the main tourist attractions of this wild life park. 

Yala national park gives the best opportunity to witness Sri Lanka’s board variety of wildlife. Yala National Park is premier national park famous for majestic Elephants among other animals and birds and most famous for witness exclusive sight Sri Lankan leopard and Sri Lankan sloth bear. It is one of Sri Lanka’s premier Eco Tourism Destination. The park is renowned for the variety of its wildlife and its fine coastline (with associated coral reefs).  And also hold special place on large number of important cultural ruins, bearing testimony to earlier civilizations. Two important pilgrim sites, Sithulpahuwa and Magul Maha Viharaya, are situated within the park. Lovely fan-tailed peacocks and peahens also many monkeys are always can be seen any time of the day thus  A range of butterflies, birds, flora and fauna will be plentiful in this area. Endemic plants, birds, other reptiles are the resources for researchers and tourists. 

 

Minneriya 

Minneriya safari is the best palce to witness largest wild elephant gathering on the grass field at the edge of the Minneriya tank. Take a drive into the heart of the park through dramatically landscape and dense forest gives most beautiful experiences to travellers. Roaming by roof open jeep is a super thrilling bumpy experience to get at least once in a life time. 

 

Kumana 

The  Kumana National Park  is most famous bird sanctuary in Sri Lanka. It’s located in the southeastern coast which connecting with Yala National Park. The water bodies and mangroves of Kumana is home to a very important habitat for birds. Kumana bird reserve is surrounding rich mangrove swamps which teams with nesting birds in May – June. This bird park provide a terrific perspective for birdwatchers by seeing dozens of large flocks of migratory waterfowl and wading birds. For bird watching enthusiasts, the park is an ‘absolute must’. 

 

Gal Oya 

Gal oya National park is one of the Sri Lanka’s most remote and least visited wilderness area with rich wildlife hidden gems. Gal Oya National Park lies Uva Province in the southeast of Sri Lanka and to the west of Ampara. In this park all visitors allows to enjoy its beauty and wild life by Boat safari as well as by Jeep safaris. The iconic in Gal Oya National park is swimming elephants in Senanayake Reservoir. Avoiding the crowds, it is a best place to immerse yourself in nature. 

 

Udawalawa 

Udawalawe National Park is located on the northern boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva provinces of Sri Lanka which famous for observer the wild Asian Elephants throughout the year. This park can considered as one of the top biodiversity hotspots in the world. Taking a ride to explore the wonders of wild life safari in Sri Lanka is one of the best things to add to your itinerary. A half day or full day jeep safari in the Udawalawa wildlife sanctuary gives a priceless experience for traveller’s memory lane. The Udawalawe Elephant Transfer Home is an Elephant orphanage located within the Udawalawe National Park which established in 1995. The orphaned elephants of the park are raised within the park with necessary care until such time as they could be released to their habitat. Once they are released to the park, the Park authorities take upon themselves to keep constant track record till they get used to the new life in the wild.