Best one in Sri Lanka for viewing a wide diversity of animals. It is popular for its large number of elephants, leopards and sloth bears. Yala has the highest density of leopards in the world. Therefore it is best known for its leopards. In our safari tour you can see black-naped hare, spotted deer, langur monkey, wild boar, jackal, marsh crocodile, mongoose, and land monitor lizard. Yala National Park is a must for anyone visiting Sri Lanka for its beauty.
The picturesque coast line of the Yala National Park is a place where you can relax your feet in the warm water of the Indian Ocean.
Bundala National Park covering an area of 6216 hectare and it is a scrub jungle and sand dunes bordering the sea. Its beaches are important nesting sites for turtles. The lagoons hold a large amount of crocodiles and birds. As well as it is home to good number of mammals.
The picturesque lagoons are alive covered with glowing coloured flashes as wintering birds arrive to rest and feed. During northern winter large numbers of migrants arrive here in Bundala.
Lunugamwehera National Park is the immediate catchment of Lunugamwehera reservoir. The park serves as a link between the Yala Protected Area Complex on its east and Udawalawe National Park to its west and facilitates the ranging of elephants to and from areas such as Haldummulla and Koslanda in Uva and the southern region of Sri Lanka.
The national park is an important habitat for many kinds of animals such as fish species, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
The Weheragala Reservoir was built in 2009 by damming the Menik Ganga at Weheragala. The Reservoir is situated in the block 5 of the Yala National Park boarding the Lunugamvehera National Park.
Udawalawe Park Udawalawe is an important habitat for Sri Lankan elephants which are relatively easy to see them. Many of this majestic mammals are attracted to the park because of the Udawalawe reservoir, with a herd of over 250 permanent residents.
The Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home was established in 1995 for the purpose of looking after abandoned elephant calves within the park.