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Wasgamuwa National Park

Wasgamuwa National Park is located 225 km away from Colombo in Matale and Polonnaruwa districts. The Wasgamuwa National Park is almost entirely encompassed by rivers. The eastern area is bordered by River Mahaweli Ganga whiles the northern and western sides are bordered by the river Amban Ganga and Dunuwila Oya respectively



Horton Plains is One of the beautiful sites situated 28 Kilometers south of Nuwara-Eliya.It is located in the beautiful landscape, rare plants and animals. Once it was used as a tea plantation and later it was turned into one of the National parks of Sri Lanka.


Yala Nationalpark

Yala National park or called as Ruhunu National Park is located in the Southeast of the country and the second largest and most visited National Park in Sri Lanka. Preserved under the Wild life department, The Park consists of large heard of elephants 05 blocks in which 02 are now open for the public.


Boondala National Park

The Bundala National Park is popular for the various species of Sri Lankan fauna that reside and migrate to Sri Lanka. Park is located about 250km away from Colombo in the southern district of Hambantota in Sri Lanka. It falls within the dry zone, Covering an area of slightly more than 6,200 hectares; The maximum impoverishment are given by the biodiversity of this area of the land to numerous species.


Kumana National Park Sri Lanka

Is a well-Known bird sanctuary where a multitude of birds breed and roost .One of the most significant features of the park is the "Kumuna Villu" -a 200 heatare natural swaamp Lake.It is at this mangrove swamp that many water birds nest in May and June.Regular sightings include pelicans,panted storks,spoonbills,white ibis,herons,egrets and little cormorants.


The Wilpattu National Park Sri Lanka

Wilpattu is located in the northwest of Sri Lanka, (approximately 180 km north of Colombo). The park is very close to Puttalam, Kalpitiya and the ancient capital of Anuradhapura. Covering an impressive area of 425 sq miles, this is the Sri Lanka’s largest and oldest park and arguably an increasingly popular Eco-tourism destination.


Udawalawa National Park

This wild reserve covers an area of 30,821 hectares of land and this included the Udawalawe Reservoir. This national park is well known as a transit point for the Baby elephants that were displaced for various recent and been abandoned by their parents. You will have the chance to see them bottled fed at approximately 15:00 Hrs. Each baby elephant will be fed with 30 Liters of Milk everyday.Many elephants are attracted to the park due to the reservoir and it is believed that this park has the most no of Elephants permanently.


Gal Oya National Park

Gal Oya National park is situated 314 km away from Colombo at the Monaragala District in the eastern province and came in to existence in the year 1954 as a result of protecting the main catchment area of Senanayaka Samudraya which is the largest reservoir in the island. The park is famous for its extraordinary elephant herd which is about 150.

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