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Wildlife Safaris in Sri Lanka

Wildlife Safaris in Sri Lanka

We are an expert in custom, natural life visits in Sri Lanka. Our natural life visits in Sri Lanka are planned by energetic nearby natural life aficionados who are untamed life guides and natural life picture takers in Sri Lanka. We go all-out to offer a legitimate untamed life experience by making untamed life visits directed by educated neighborhood natural life guides. To make the experience significantly more one of a kind, we use untamed life lodges with a person, for example, rose safari camps, tree houses in the wild, off the beaten rural natural life safari cabins and little bona fide natural life inns. As a neighborhood natural life expert in Sri Lanka, we have nearby untamed life privileged insights, thus your natural life visit in Sri Lanka won't be an off-the-rack or one-for-all untamed life visit, yet a skillfully created genuine neighborhood untamed life experiential excursion in Sri Lanka

Yala National Park

Settled in the south-eastern corner of Sri Lanka, Yala National Park is the island's rule public park and offers the best variety of creature and birdlife in the country. The living spaces found in the recreation area are wide-going, from freshwater lakes to sea shores, rough outcrops to green fields and wilderness. This makes an area of monstrous biodiversity and is one of the world's most famous objections to recognize the tricky panther, who love to relax on the enormous stone rocks that dab the parkland

Minneriya National Park

Set in the core of the famous social triangle of Sri Lanka, Minneriya National Park is generally known for its inconceivable elephant relocation, which is one of Asia's best natural life encounters. During the drier long stretches of June to September, upwards of 300 elephants assemble in the Minneriya National Park around the antiquated Minneriya water tank (which traces all the way back to third Century AD), exploiting the retreating waters that give a significant water source

Wilpattu National Park

Wilpattu National Park is found 25km north of Puttalam or 30km west of Anurdhapura. The recreation area that lies on the northwest coast traverses the line between North Central Province and North Western Province of Sri Lanka. Toward the south of Wilpattu National Park is River Modergam Aru; toward the north is River Kalay oya

Udawalawa National Park

The recreation area is arranged only south of the Central Highlands, of which ledge achieves a delighting setting. At the focal point of the recreation area lies the Udawalawe Reservoir. Udawalawe National Park laid out in the year 1972, with the goal of safeguarding the catchment area of Udawalawe reservoir,which gives water to agribusiness and hydro-power age spreads over an area 30,821, looks like an African game park: it is basically prickly bush wilderness with fields

Wasgamuwa National Park

Wasgamuwa National Park (Wasgomuwa) is situated in the regions of Matale and Polonnaruwa a ways off of 225 km away from Colombo. The closest huge town is Polonnaruwa, 10 km from the northern limit.

Gal Oya National Park

Gal Oya National Park is one of those spots. Lying in the south east of Sri Lanka only west of Ampara, Gal Oya National Park has developed normally, immaculate by the hand of person for innumerable hundreds of years. More than 25,000 hectares of rich evergreen woods and open savanas flourish close by the Senanayake Samudra lake - Sri Lanka's biggest inland waterway. To finish the scene, the water's surface is sprinkled with islands, an indication of the terraferma ascending from the profundities

Kumana National Park

Situated in the southeast corner of Sri Lanka, the 18,149 hectares Kumana National Park is a notable eco-the travel industry fascination and bird asylum where a huge number of birds breed and perch. Kumana National Park is the eastern area of Yala National Park. One of the main highlights of the Kumana National Park is the 'Kumana Villu' - a 200 hectare regular bog lake, took care of by the 'Kumbukkan Oya' through a half mile long limited channel. It is at this mangrove swamp that many water birds' home in May and June. Normal sightings incorporate such types of bird as pelicans, painted storks, spoonbills, white ibis, herons, egrets and little cormorants

Kalawewa National Park

Pronounced a National Park in 2015, it embraces the overwhelming Kalãwewa and Balaluwewa water tanks, worked by King Dhatusena in the fifth 100 years. This Park of more than 6000 hectares, is home to elephants however with a striking component - the group has an incredible convergence of tuskers; male elephants with tusks (which are ivory). Generally something like seven percent of the male elephant populace make them make, tuskers a great sight to see

Lunugamwehera National Park

Lunugamvehera National park, which is spread north of 24000 hectares, was laid out for the security of the elephants who move from Yala to Udawalawe. It's a dry blended timberland. It has for the most part elephants and Buffaloes. You can recognize fishing felines dim mongoose wild hog spotted and mouse deer to a great extent. Lunugamwehera supply is likewise inside the recreation area

Bundala National Park

As the primary wetland to be proclaimed a Ramsar site situated along the southern shore of Sri Lanka, this naturally rich public park is well known for its colorful transitory bird species. It comprises of swamps, tidal ponds and sand hills and welcomes huge number of transient birds around the world, to get away from the colder time of year. This park brings a ton to the table, for bird devotees, yet for untamed life and nature lovers also

Kaudulla Natiional Park

Pigeon Island National Park

Sri Lanka is famous for its two marine public parks, out of which the Pigeon Island public park has forever been the group puller. The Pigeon Island National park is spread around an area of 470 or more hectares and was named an asylum in the mid 1960s however different to a public park in 2003 - making Pigeon Island National park seventeenth public park in Sri Lanka. The public park got its name after rock pigeons/birds that occupy in the public park itself

Lahugala National Park

Lahugala Kitulana National Park is one of the smallest national parks in Sri Lanka. Despite its land area, the park is an important habitat for Sri Lankan Elephant and endemic birds of Sri Lanka. The national park contains the reservoirs of Lahugala

Maduruoya National Park

The new park is designed to protect the immediate catchments of five reservoirs developed under the Accelerated Mahaweli Development Programme. The park area provided refuge for wildlife. The park lies between the Poloinnaruwa-Batticalo road and Mahiyangana-Padiyathalawa road in the districts of Ampara Buddulla and Polonnaruwa and spans the border between Eastern and Uva provinces

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