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Safari at Minneriya National Park

More spectacular than possibly any other wildlife event in Sri Lanka is what is known as the ‘The Gathering’. During the dry season (July to September) when water supplies start to diminish, more and more animals congregate around the Minneriya reservoir where grasses are rich and fertile. For several months of this drought season different herds of wild elephants gather at the reservoir. They come from the areas beyond Minneriya, and at any one time it is possible to witness up to 300-400 elephants. They are not migrating, they simply ‘gather’, to socialize, bathe, feed and possibly mate

Safari at Wilpattu National Park

Wilpattu National Park is the largest national park in Sri Lanka. It is home to many diverse forest types. It was one of the first parks to open in Sri Lanka, and thus has a rich heritage. Wilpattu National Park retains its status as a much visited safari destination due to a strong prevalence of leopard.Though the present number of Sri Lankan leopards in the park is unknown, it is one of the preferred wildlife safari destinations to observe these big cats. Another highlight is the dense population of Sri Lankan Sloth Bears which are a highly threatened sub

Species of the sloth bear that exist only on the island

Safari at Yala National Park

The Yala National Park lies on the southeast coast of Sri Lanka, and spans 98,000 hectares. The Park borders a healthy coastline, which is home to many pristine reefs. Yala boasts a large number of important cultural ruins such as Sithulpawwa, Kataragama and MagulMahaVihararya which bear testimony to earlier civilizations and indicate that much of the area used to be populated and well-developed. Block 1 is the most visited part of the Park and has an average Sri Lankan Leopard population of one leopard per square kilometer. In addition to leopards, the Park is also home to the Sri Lankan Elephant. Large herds of these endangered animals can be seen inside Yala. Others include the Sri Lankan Sloth Bear, Spotted Deer, Water Buffalos, Crocodiles and another 44 species of mammals. Also over 215 species of bird have been recorded in Yala, with six being endemic.

Safari at Udawalawe National Park

A haven for large herds of elephants, deer, sambur, wild boar, water buffalo and jackal as well as for many species of birds, the UdaWalawe National Park is a nature lover’s paradise. Situated 170km to the south east of Colombo, the park is 30,821 hectares in extent and consists of grasslands and thorn scrubs interspersed with many valuable species of rare trees.This safari would be an unforgettable bird watching experience as "Udawalawe" is one of the best parks for bird watching too. The endemic species of bird called Red Faced Malkoha has its favorite habitat in the 192 square km parkland. Serpent Eagles, Hawk Eagles, White Bellied Sea Eagles, Black Eagles, Black Capped Bulbuls, Racket Tailed Drongos, Malabar Pied Horn Bills, White Necked Storks, Open Bills, Ibis, Shama - The forest Nightingale, Strol Billed Kin Fishers and peacocks are found in fair numbers.A 4WD open-top safari is the only way to see all the wonders this protected reserve has to offer, and our experienced and knowledgeable nature guides will make this an unforgettable experience.




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