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Yala National

Yala National Park

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Yala national park is the largest National Park in Sri Lanka home to the highest density of leopards, together with substantial populations of elephant and spotted deer, jackal, wild buffalo, sloth bears, crocodiles many more species of animals, as well as over 120 species of birds.

Minneriya National Park

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Minnariya national park is consists of a mix of ever green forest and scrub areas. The central feature of the park being the Minnariya tank, which during the dry season you can still observe the large number of elephant who come to bath and graze on nearby grass, as well as many more animals and vast flocks of birds.

Sinharaja Rain forest

Sinharaja Rain Forest

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Sinharaja rain forest is another of the World Heritages sites. This is the Major Eco tourism destination of Sri Lanka. Here you can explore the most beautiful and biggest tropical rain forest  to discover the variety of indigenous plants and animals. Here you can enjoy many fabulous rivers some with silent pools and streamlets within nearly 9800 hectares, home to 95% of the endemic birds of Sri Lanka.

Udawalawa National Park

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Udawalawa National Park is spread over 30,821 hectares in dry zone, it provides a huge sprawling natural habitat for elephants, water buffalo, water monitor lizards, dears, monkeys and occasional leopards. It also offers spectacular photographic opportunities for bird enthusiasts with a huge variety of local birds.

Horton plains

Horton Plains

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Horton Plains is a natural expanse of misty grassland located on a high wind‐swept saddle with the peak of Kirigalpoththa of 2,389 metres high. Horton plains are host to rare and beautiful plants, pigmy trees, ice cold streams and the magnificent Baker’s Waterfalls. The World’s End is the high point of an excursion to Horton Plains with a sheer precipice featuring a 870 metre drop. The plains are home to wide variety of flora and 24 species of mammals. The area is also the most important bird area in Sri Lanka with many species only endemic to Sri Lanka.

Kumana National park

Kumana National Park

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Kumana National Park is located is the southeast corner of Sri Lanka, it’s a well known eco tourist attraction and bird sanctuary . There are around 200 species of birds recorded in this park. Between April
and July up to ten thousand birds including the Pelican, Painted Storks, Spoonbills, White Ibis, Herons, Egrets, and Little Cormorants migrate to Kumana swamp area.

Kaudulla National park

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Kaudulla National Park is a wildlife reserve located in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka. It is known for its diverse range of wildlife, including elephants, and offers visitors the opportunity to experience the country’s natural beauty. Park is renowned for its elephant population and is often visited for the opportunity to witness elephant gatherings. Similar to Minneriya National
Park, during the dry season, herds of elephants migrate to the park to access water and graze on fresh grass. Apart from elephants, the park is home to a variety of other animals, including sambar deer, Sri Lankan axis deer, wild boars, Sri Lankan sloth bears, and various bird species.

Hurulu Eco Park

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Hurulu Eco Park, also known as Hurulu Forest Reserve, is a protected area located in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka. It is known for its diverse ecosystem, wildlife, and scenic landscapes. Hurulu Eco Park is renowned for its diverse wildlife, including a significant population of elephants. The park provides a natural habitat for these gentle giants, and visitors have the opportunity to observe them in their natural surroundings. In addition to elephants, the park is home to various other animal species, such as sambar deer, Sri Lankan axis deer, jackals, and numerous bird species

Wilpatthuwa National park

Wilpattu National park

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Wilpattu National Park is one of the largest and oldest national parks in Sri Lanka. Park is known for its rich biodiversity and varied ecosystems. It encompasses a mix of dense forests, grassy plains, scrublands, and several natural lakes known as villus. These villus, along with large open areas, make Wilpattu a prime habitat for a wide range of wildlife. National Park is home to numerous animal species, including Sri Lankan elephants, Sri Lankan leopards, sloth bears, water buffaloes, spotted deer, sambar deer, wild boars, and various species of primates. It is also a significant bird watching destination, with over 200 species of birds recorded, including painted storks, eagles, owls, and water birds.

Bundala National Park

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Bundala National Park is one of the four national parks in Sri Lanka that are designated as UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. The park is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna, including several endemic and migratory bird species. Over 200 bird species have been recorded in the park, making it a paradise for birdwatchers. Some notable bird species include the greater flamingo, painted stork, and the critically endangered lesser adjutant and Visitors may spot animals such as elephants, crocodiles, turtles, spotted deer, and the elusive fishing cat.

Wasgamuwa National park

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Wasgamuwa National Park is known for its diverse range of wildlife. It is home to several mammal species, including elephants, sloth bears, leopards, water buffaloes, sambar deer,
spotted deer, and wild boars. It also hosts a variety of bird species, making it a popular destination for bird watching, Wasgamuwa National Park features a mix of habitats, including dry evergreen forests, grasslands, and wetlands. The parks vegetation provides important food and shelter for its wildlife inhabitants.

Maduru Oya National Park

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One of the significant attractions of Maduru Oya National Park is the annual elephant migration
known as the Mahout Perahera, where large herds of elephants migrate from the park to the
nearby Minneriya and Kaudulla National Parks during the dry season. The park is characterized by its diverse ecosystems, including dry evergreen forests, grasslands, and wetlands. It is home to a wide range of wildlife species, including elephants, leopards, sloth bears, sambar deer, water buffalo, crocodiles, and numerous bird species.

Gal Oya National Park

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Gal Oya National Park is renowned for its population of Asian elephants. The park is known for its unique boat safari, which allows visitors to observe elephants swimming between islands within the reservoir. Its a rare opportunity to witness elephants in their natural habitat and observe their behavior from a close distance. In addition to elephants, the park is home to several other species, including leopards, sloth bears, water buffalo, crocodiles, and a wide variety of bird species. The park is also known for its rich biodiversity, including many endemic plant species.


Lunugamvehera National Park

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Lunugamvehera National Park is a national park located in the southeastern part of Sri Lanka. Which is an important water source for the surrounding wildlife. This Park is known for its diverse range of flora and fauna. It is home to various species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds. Some of the commonly spotted animals in the park include elephants, leopards, sloth bears, spotted deer, sambar deer, water buffalo, and crocodiles. The park also provides habitat for several endemic and migratory bird species.


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