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Yala National Park, Kaudulla National Park, Gal Oya National Park, Kumana National Park, Bundala National Park, Minneriya National Park, Wilpattu National Park, Horton Plains National Park and many more.

Home to large populations of elephants, leopards, primates, sloth bears, and blue whales, Sri Lanka is one of the finest destinations in South Asia to see amazing wildlife. National parks in Sri Lanka extend a perfect setting for diverse flora and fauna, supporting and sustaining them in a natural atmosphere. These places not only offer protection to these precious animals but provide nature enthusiasts, photographers, and wildlife lovers with beautiful and extraordinary destinations to explore and enjoy.

While Yala National Park is best known in Asia for its mammals, especially leopards, Udawalawe is the destination to spot Asian Elephants. Wasgamuwa lets you spend time amongst a range of animals and birds like purple-faced langur, mugger crocodile, and red-faced malkoha. On the other hand, Pigeon Island National park is home to rock pigeons/doves and Ussangoda National Park is famous for having unique red soil. Untouched by human actions, these wildlife parks in Sri Lanka are the places worth visiting to spend some time in nature and see wildlife from up close.

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Spotting a leopard prowling in the Park of Yala is quite an ordinary spectacle. Witness the untamed world of nature in the Yala National Park and quench your eagerness to explore and learn more about wildlife. Yala National Park is located in the South-East part of Sri Lanka. Amidst both nature and wildlife, you will also find some faint cultural ruins which give the travellers a deeper insight about the earlier civilization. the Yala National Park lies in the south-eastern part of Sri Lanka closely hugging the Indian Ocean.



Highlights: A safari to this natural park will surely leave you jaw drop as you will be able to witness Sri Lankan Sloth Bear, Leopards, and Elephants in big numbers.

Prices: Approximate price starts from 3700 LKR

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Experience the thrill of both jeep safari and the boat safari in the Gal Oya National Park of beautiful natural scenery and varied wildlife. Dominated by the largest reservoir of Sri Lanka Senanayake Samudraya the park area expanses over 25,900 hectares.

The topography consists mainly of grasslands, forests and scrubs. Though the park shelters leopards and sloth bears, they are an elusive sight. Instead, you can see some of the largest herds of elephants in this park.

Other commonly sighted species are endemic Toque Macaque, wild boar, common langur and water buffalo. The park also offers great sight for birdwatchers. Best for: Swimming elephants from boat safari.



Location: Mainly Badulla district with a part reaching to Ampara district.

Best time to visit: March to July.

Price: Full Day Safari price is LKR 11,000 per jeep. Ticket price is LKR 2,000/LKR 1,000 per adult/child.

Timing: Full Day Safari 5.30am to 06.00pm
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An unventured area to watch the beauty of wildlife and bird life, Kumana National Park or Yala East National Park is a great place of natural beauty. Spreading over an area of 35,664 hectares Kumana National Park have around 20 lagoons and reservoirs to sustain wide variety of bird life with over 200 species of birds including migratory and endemic.

Kumana Villu, a mangrove swamp is sporadically flooded by sea water and supports varied bird activities. A number of threatened reptile species can also be spotted in the park. It also shelters some of the mammals from neighboring Yala National Park.



Best for: Bird watching around the lagoons and tanks.

Location: Ampara district. 391 Km away from Colombo

Best time to visit: April to July.

Price: Full Day Safari price is LKR 12,000 per jeep. Ticket price is LKR 2,000/LKR 1,000 per adult/child.

Timing: Full Day Safari 5.30am to 06.00pm
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Home to a number of vibrant and colourful birds, the Bundala National Park in Sri Lanka is one of the favourite destinations for bird watchers all around the world. The park spans across an area of 6216 hectare within which it shelters around 200 different bird species out of which more than 50 are migratory bird species.

The topography is an amazing combination of scrubs, marshes, lagoons and sand dunes. Almost every species of water birds can be found in the park most of which are attracted to the lagoons.



Best for: Watching wide assortment of bird species and their activities around the four lagoons.

Location: 251 Km from Colombo

Best time to visit: September to March.

Price: Morning & Evening Safari price is LKR 7,000 per jeep. Ticket price is LKR 2,000/LKR 1,000 per adult/child.

Timing: Morning Safari from 5.30am to 09.30am and Evening Safari from 2.30pm to 06.00pm.
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These two national parks in Sri Lanka are only a half hour drive from each other. Situated in the North Central Province, these parks are located near the ancient Minneriya and Kaudulla Tanks. The area has an abundance of scrubs and jungles with wetlands.

Home to toque macaques, crocodiles, elephants and sambar deer, these two parks are rich in biodiversity. Though leopard and sloth bears are also sheltered in the area, it is hard to spot them.



Best For: Getting close to large herds of elephants. Best time to visit is during May to September to watch large number of elephants.

Location: 182-197 KM away from Colombo.

Price: Safari Price is LKR 6,500 for each National Park.

Additional Price: Tickets per adult is LKR 1,500 and per child is LKR 750.

Duration: safari duration is 4 hours.

Timing: Evening Safari 2.30am to 6.30pm and morning safari is 5:00am to 8:00am.
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Wilpattu National Park is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Sri Lanka. The topography is dominated by fifty wetlands. With low scrubs and deep forests, the park is home to numerous species of flora and fauna. The biggest attraction for tourists is the spotting of leopard and sloth bear.

The other animal species that can be found in this area are Asian Elephants, jackals, Sambar deer, water buffalo, crocodiles, spotted dear and many more. With its impressive array of bird species, the area is a haven for bird watchers.



Best for: The avid and serious safari-goers can see the elusive leopard and sloth bear.

Location: 25km north of Puttalam or 30km west of Anurdhapura. It is 4 hours drive from Colombo.

Best time to visit: February and October are the best time to visit.

Price: Full Day Jeep Safari price is LKR 10,000 per jeep.

Timing: Full-Day Safari 5.30am to 06.00pm.
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Horton Plains National Park is best known for its scenic panorama in Sri Lanka, delighting travel enthusiasts with gamut of exclusive plant and animal life. It is also one of the heritage sites in the world, stretching above the two lofty mountains Totapola and Kirigalpotta, which is a sight-to-behold.

Tourists from all over the world head for this national park, a highland-like structure with plains on one side and spectacular mountains and deep jungles on the other. All of it constitutes the Central Highlands of the island country Sri Lanka.  

You need to wake up very early in the morning to take in the beauty of this park before the clouds roll in to obscure the view. Make sure you are prepared to head for the park by 9 am, else, you will miss the scenic view because a thick blanket of morning mist enfolds Horton Plains for the rest of the day. 

Take a walk deep into this national park to discover World’s End, which is a towering cliff top offering a sweeping view of Sri Lanka towards the coast and also past the shoreline. You will discover numerous lakes, waterfalls, rocky hills, as well as the spectacular view of the ocean from this heritage site in Sri Lanka.

Besides, the scenic vista, Horton Plains National Park is covered with thick verdant forests boasting a variety of wild animals and numerous species of birds. The national park is an inimitable ecosystem with plentiful flora and fauna, which is why it’s hailed as a super biodiversity site of Sri Lanka.
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You will be surrounded with herds of elephants once you reach Udawalawe National Park. The amazing jungle backdrop which this National Park provides will leave you totally mesmerized and will bring you much closer to nature. This National Park was an attempt to protect the wild animals who were displaced because of the construction of the Udawalawe reservoir. Location: South East of Colombo.



Highlights: Elephant Transit Home which is the elephant orphanage which has housed 25 baby elephants who have lost their parents. Pinnewala, is the spot where you can spot elephants quite closely because usually elephants are bottle fed there.

Best time to visit: July and August

Prices: is Rs.2195 along with 12%vat.
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Ussangoda National Park

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Ussangoda, carrying significant archaeological importance, is one of the unique national parks in Sri Lanka. It is known for its red soil and biodiversity. For its red soil, there are several mythological and scientific stories attached to it. Situated near the sea, it comprises a large open turf area, shrublands, and a beach.

Its beach is an important breeding ground for Sea Turtles.The unique habitat of Ussangoda serves as a home to many types of animals, dry zone birds, and marine life.

Animals you can spot: Nightjar, Kangaroo rats, Grey langur monkeys, rabbits, Sea turtles, etc.

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Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Sinharaja Forest Reserve (kingdom of the lion), is a paradise for nature and wildlife lovers. It is home to a vast number of endemic species of birds and mammals of Sri Lanka. About 95 percent of Sri Lankan endemic birds and more than 50 percent of endemic mammals are known to have their habitats in this Forest Reserve. Year round, the forest is covered by plenty of rain clouds. The area span of the reserve is about 21 KM from east-west and about 7 KM from north-south.

 

Location: Situated in the Southern Province, a two-hour drive from Galle via Galle-Deniyaya-Madampe Highway.

Highlights: Experience the leisurely pace of wildlife and the splendor of dense and copious evergreen rainforests. The guide will tell you about different endemic species of flora and fauna that you encounter during your guided tour.

Timings: Opens daily from 6:30 AM to 6 PM

Price: Approximate price ranges from 664 LKR to 1160 LKR

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Sri Lanka is one of the finest places in the world where wildlife can be watched at its best. In the dry lowlands of the island lies the Wasgomuwa National Park with its flourishing flora and fauna. It demonstrates a rich biodiversity.

Stretching over 36,900 hectare this national park is home to 23 mammal species and a number of birds and vegetation species. It is renowned for large families of elephants. Though it will be difficult to get sight of leopard and sloth bear, the endemic purple-faced langur can be observed easily.



Best For: Watching large herds of elephants and endemic purple faced langur.

Location: Matale and Polonnaruwa Districts. 5 hours drive from Colombo.

Price: Full Day Safari Price is LKR 10,000 per jeep.

Additional Price: Tickets per adult is LKR 2,000 and per child is LKR 1,000.

Duration: Full Day safari duration is 8 hours.

Timing: 5.30am to 6.00pm
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Pigeon Island National Park

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One of the two marine national parks in Sri Lanka, Pigeon Island is 17th on the list. The park serves as the breeding ground for the rock pigeons and doves. It also holds a few of the country's best-remaining coral reefs and is one of the famous scuba dive sites of Sri Lanka.

The park comprises a quaint white sand beach, well-preserved historical relics, and an uphill hiking trail offering breath-taking views and ambiance. Here, you can spot a variety of coral reef fauna along with colonies of rock pigeons and turtles.

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Rock pigeons, several vertebrates and invertebrates, coral reef fishes, like blacktip reef sharks, Hawksbill turtle, green turtle, olive ridley, etc.
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Lunugamvehera National Park

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One of the most well-known national parks in Sri Lanka, Lunugamvehera is actually a town located in the Monaragala district, which falls in the Uva province of the country. A playground of deciduous vegetation, the park attracts interested tourists all year round. Deriving its name from the town, the National Park began as a wildlife conservation project, specifically devoted to protecting an elephant corridor that the town is famous for.

The park has evolved rapidly since, in both fame and biodiversity, and is now home to a vast range of species besides the aforementioned enormity of the elephant population, including but not limited to the Brown Bear, the WIld Boar, the Spotted Deer, the Mouse Deer, the Grey Mongoose and the Fishing Cat.

Location:- Monegarala, Uva, Sri Lanka
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Maduru Oya National Park

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Well-known amongst locals and foreign tourists alike, the Maduru Oya National Park is one of the most important national parks in Sri Lanka towards protecting the country’s terrestrial and avian biodiversities. The park was officially opened in 1983, and its popularity and significance in the country has never dwindled since. The park opens itself up to acclaim from an anthropo-cultural perspective as well, being home to the Vedda tribe, which is a people indigenous to the country.

Travelers mostly opt for jeep tours of the park, which are available at nominal rates all year round. The period hemmed by March and September can be considered as the best time for travelers to visit the park, for animals are seen to frequent the watering holes of the park throughout this time.

Location:- Uva, Sri Lanka
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Horagolla National Park

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Known for trees of the Hora species that abound to an extent so as to observably find their name in the park’s itself, the Horagolla National Park is one of the lesser known national parks in Sri Lanka, and also its smallest. The park is known primarily for its immense range of flora, including amongst an exhaustive list, Godapara, Kekuni and Nangun, which constitute the humid evergreen soil cover of the forest that lends it a tropical atmosphere all year round.

The park is far from being short on animal species as well, being home to names like the Mouse Deer and the Fishing Cat. The park is a favorite spot for birdwatching for those interested, infested with a plethora of parakeets amongst other birds that form its rich avian biodiversity.

Location:- Nittambuwa, Sri Lanka
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Madhu Road National Park

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The Madhu Road National Park is one of the many national parks in Sri Lanka that saw their inception around the 1970s. Despite being originally a wildlife sanctuary, the government of Sri Lanka officially converted the space into a national park after the civil war around the time.

The park is located in Northern Sri Lanka, and derives its name from the locally famous Madhu shrine, which is located within the national park and acts as the primary source of attraction for tourists, especially those amongst the Catholic faith.. Despite not being as rich in botanical or zoological life as most of its competitors, the Madhu National Park boasts its fair share of avian biodiversity, attracting birdwatchers to its expansive area.

Location:- Thadcha Maruda Madu, Sri Lanka
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Chundikulam National Park

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Despite being one of the less known wildlife parks in Sri Lanka, the Chundikulam National Park is not to be disregarded at all. In fact to the contrary, it is the very off-beat and alternative nature that has associated itself to the park, that has led it to ironically veer into the country’s tourism radar.

The Chundikulam National Park was originally a bird sanctuary way back around the 1940s, and has since made itself home to a wide variety of terrestrial species as well. Birdwatching is thus understandably an integral part of any trip to the national park, apart from safaris that might lead to the sightings of the following species: the Elephant, the Sloth Bear, the Leopard and the Mouse Deer amongst others.

Location:- Pachchilapalli, Sri Lanka
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Flood Plains National Park

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The Flood Plains National Park, despite how its perfunctory nomenclature might lead it to disregard from the uninitiated, is one of the most active proponents when it comes to wildlife parks in Sri Lanka, towards the conservation of the biodiversity of the country, The area that now calls itself the Flood Plains National Park was only relatively recently turned into a national park per se, in 1984, and it has throughout stayed committed in the restoration and preservation of biodiversity.

The national park is characterized by numerous marshy depressions that dot its area, also locally known as “villus”. At the time of writing this article however, unfortunately, the park is not open for visiting, owing to its steadfast commitment to the conservation of its flora and fauna.

Location:- Gallella, Sri Lanka
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Lahugala Kitulana National Park

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The Lahugala Kitulana National Park is yet another addition to the smallest wildlife parks in Sri Lanka, and like most of its contemporaries, its geographical brevity does not hinder its conservativeness of the numerous species of trees, animals and birds that it is home to.

The many animal species of the national park include amongst others, names like the Fishing Cat, the Mouse Deer, the Leopard, the Golden Jackal, the Sloth Bear, the Sri Lankan Axis Deer, the Sri Lankan Sambar, the Pangolin, the Hare, the Muntjac, the Rusty Spotted Cat, and many more. Besides this exhaustive array of species, the national park is primarily known for its immense population of elephants that romp around the expanse of the park’s land.

Location:- Eastern Province, Sri Lanka
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Delft National Park

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If one were to say that the best, or at least the most special, of the lot was saved for the last, they would not exactly be far from the truth. Located in an islet known as Neduntheevu, also known as Delft (where the national park derives its name from), the Delft National Park is one of the most famous and revered wildlife parks in Sri Lanka, attracting hordes of tourists all year round, and for good reason.

The 18 square kilometers worth of area is the only place in the entire world where wild ponies can be observed in their natural habitat, the origin of the species in the area being attributed to the Portuguese colonizers of the country. Dotted with shallow spools of water and sporadic beaches, the natural beauty of the island is just the cherry atop the cake for any lover of nature and wildlife.

Location:- Nedantivu, Sri Lanka
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