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Wildlife Tours in Sri Lanka

Wildlife Tours in Sri Lanka

We are a tailor made travel agency in Sri Lanka specializing in wildlife tours. Our wildlife tours in Sri Lanka are planned by our experienced local tour consultant team . We are all ready to provide a real wildlife experience by creating wildlife tours guided by knowledgeable local wildlife guides. To make the experience more unique, we use character wildlife lodges such as tent safari camps, jungle lodges, attacked rural wildlife safari lodges and small virtual wildlife hotels. As a Sri Lankan Wildlife expert , we have local wildlife secrets, so your wildlife tour of Sri Lanka will be not just a wildlife rack or a wildlife tour for everyone, but an expertly crafted true wildlife experience tour in Sri Lanka

There are so many thrilling wildlife safaris in Sri Lanka. You'll see a lot of elephants and birds, be able to take lots of photographs, as well as experience our unique ever-smiling mix of people and cultures. You'll simply have a great time here! A wide range of National Parks, nature reserves and safari lodges and camps have been established throughout the country

The world's best traveler's nest of Sri Lanka creates to gratify a wonderful travel experience for holidaymakers as a stunning landscape, pristine beaches, captivating cultural heritage, and unique experiences in such a completed location. Bird in Sri Lanka's one of the wonderful relevant places to taken travel experiences for the bird watching taster that most of the magnificent bird watching in Mannar, Kawdulla National Park, Wilpattu National Park, Bunadala National Park & Yala National Park. Birds are the glory and splendor of Sri Lanka wildlife among 433 bird species 233 are residential birds that take you to massive iconic birdes capturing on your photo collections. Visit and observed dramatic birds in Sri Lanka that make sure, you are the luckily birding watcher in the world.

Best Location for Wildlife Tours in Sri Lanka

Yala National Park

Sri Lanka is proud of its natural resources. It is home to some of the most unique wildlife in the world. The Yala National Park is one of the most visited wildlife sanctuaries on the island. It is also Sri Lanka's second-largest national park.

This amazing national park is a symbol of pride for the country. Many efforts have been made to preserve its wildlife. It is home to majestic leopards and tusker elephants. This park offers the best wildlife and nature experiences. There are many birds that seem to be flying freely through the parks, particularly aquatic birds.

The Yala National Park covers 979 km2 and is located 300km from Colombo. It is located in the Southern Province of Uva Province. Yala hosts a variety of ecosystems, including freshwater, marine wetlands, and monsoon forest forests. There are 215 species of bairds here and 44 mammals. It also has one of the highest levels of leopard density on the planet. This national park in Sri Lanka is home to a wide range of animals, including reptiles and amphibians as well as fish and vertebrates.

Yala National Park is situated in an area that is surrounded many national parks, including Bundala National Park, Udawalawe National Park and Lunugamvehera National park. Two important pilgrim sites are located within this famous national park, namely Sithulpahuwa or Magul Vihara.

Yala National Park can be divided into five blocks with four entrance points. The public is welcome at all four gates. Block 1's Palatupana entry remains the most used.

Udawalawe National Park

The third most popular national park in Sri Lanka is Udawalawe National Park. It is a popular tourist spot, and it is located near the Yala National Park, which is close by. It was built primarily to be a refuge for wild animals that were forced to flee due to the construction Udawalawe Reservoir, which is located in the Walawe river.

It covers an enormous 308.21 km2 and was created on 30 June 1972. It is located approximately 165 km from Colombo. Udawalawe National Park is famous for its inclusion water birds and Sri Lankan Elephants. This national park in Sri Lanka is home to a wide range of fauna and flora, as well as a variety animals, including fish, birds and reptiles.

Bundala National Park

Most famous for its international recognition as a wintering ground of migratory waterbirds, Bundala National park in Sri Lanka. The park covers 14.28 km2. It was declared a national park in January 1993. It is located 245 km South East of Colombo.

It is famous for large flocks of flamingoes migrating through the park. There are many species of fauna, flora and wildlife in the park, including large numbers of flamingoes, waterfowls, large waterbirds, Asian elephants as well as leopards, spotted dal, wild boar, and spotted deer.

Wilpattu National Park

The oldest and largest national park in Sri Lanka is Wilpattu National. This was widely known as the best place to see the Sri Lankan Leopard in his natural habitat. The Wilpattu National park is home to 30 species of mammals. These include the Sri Lankan Elephant and Sri Lankan Leopard as well as the Sri Lankan Sloth Bear and Spotted Deer. The Park is popular because of the chance to see the Leopard and the Sloth Bears.

With less than 1000 wild populations, the Sri Lankan Sloth Bear has been declared endangered. Wilpattu is home to many Villu, as well as lakes. These topographical features are important for both resident and migratory waterbirds and they are often identified.You can only see the best of this protected reserve by 4WD open-top safari. Our knowledgeable guides will make it unforgettable.

Kumana National Park

Kumana National Park, covering 18,149 hectares in the southeast corner Sri Lanka's capital city, is a popular eco-tourism attraction. It houses a variety of bird species and is an important bird sanctuary. Kumana National Park lies in the eastern part of Yala National Park. Kumana National Park's most distinctive feature is the Kumana Villu, a 200-hectare natural swamp lake fed by the Kumukkan Oya through a narrow channel measuring half a mile. Many water birds nest at this mangrove swamp in May and June. You may see spoonbills and pelicans as well as spoonbills, spoonbills and white ibis.

Kumana National Park's swamp is also home to the rare black-necked Stork. Kumana National Park houses some of the same mammals as Yala National Park's larger Yala National Park. These include Elephants and Leopards. Kumana National Park's vegetation consists mostly of mangrove trees, kumbuk and karan trees. There is also an open marsh area. Kumana National Park is a must-see for anyone who plans to bird watch in Sri Lanka.

Minneriya National Park

Minneriya Safari Park, also known by the name Minneriya National Park (Gazette Notice No. 988/4 is one of the most popular national parks in Sri Lanka and is a great destination for wildlife holidays and family adventures in Sri Lanka. Minneriya National Park is 8,890 hectares in size, including the former Minneriya-Girale Sanctuary. Minneriya-Giritale Nature Reserve (Blocks II, III, IV, and V) and Sigiriya Sanctuary. Minneriya Nationa Park is located in the district Polonnaruwa, (Pulathisi Pura), of North Central Province Sri Lanka. It is a cultural triangle that is famous for its incredible elephant gathering. This is one of Asia's most memorable animal experiences. Minneriya National Park, which is also one of the 70 IBAs - Important Bird Areas of Sri Lanka, is recommended for bird watching trips in Sri Lanka.

According to biodiversity conservationists, this complex is an important ecosystem in Sri Lanka's dry zone for long-term conservation and rehabilitation of elephants and displaced animals. It is also bordered by Wasgomuwa National Park and Riverine Nature Reserve. Flood Plains National Parks, Kaudulla National Parks, Kaudulla National Parks, Somawathiya National Parks, and Kaudulla National Park. This gives it enormous landscape-scale conservation potential in the Dry Zone. The Habarana-Polonnaruwa highway is the main entrance.

Minneriya National Park serves as a refuge for elephants that live in the forests of the Matale, Polonnaruwa and Trincomalee districts during the dry season. You will enjoy an unforgettable experience with the animals if you visit during this period. This makes for a memorable wildlife holiday to Sri Lanka.

Minneriya is approximately 4 - 5 hours from Colombo's capital city. It is also close to many local attractions. For example, Polonnaruwa is just 20 km away. Habarana or Sigiriya are also within reach, allowing you to combine your cultural holiday with your wildlife vacation. The park's topography includes scrub plains and mixed evergreen forests as well as rocky outcrops, marshes, and a wide range of habitats for many animals.

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