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WILDLIFE TREASURES IN SRI LANKA

THE WILDERNESS AND NATURE AS A WHOLE ARE ONE OF THE TWO MAIN FACTORS WE HIGHLIGHT IN OUR TOURS, SO BASICALLY WE DO OPERATE OUR JOURNEYS IN SOME OFF THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS AREAS OFF THE PARADISE ISLAND FOR YOUR BEST EXPERIENCE IN THE WILD TO MAKE IT A TRUELY REMARKABLE JOURNEY FOR YOUR MEMORIES.

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WILPATTU NATIONAL PARK

Wilpattu National park is also certified by the RAMSAR Convention as a RAMSAR Wetland, and it's covered with dry evergreen forest and deciduous thorn scrub, interrupted by open plains and some 40 seasonal or permanent lakes known as Villu rimmed by sand dunes or sandy plains. Villu are flat, shallow depressions containing rain water, usually with no water inlet or outlet. They give Wilpattu its name: the “Land of lakes”. The exceptional geographical features groom your wildlife tour a memorable experience.

HABARANA/MINNERIYA

Each year, during the dry season, Minneriya National Park attracts what Lonely Planet refers to as “One of the 10 Greatest Wildlife Wonders of the World”. Beginning in May, large numbers of elephants gather on the grasslands of the lake bed at Minneriya, numbering as many as 400 at its peak, from August to September, in what has been termed as The Largest Elephant Gathering in the World”, this yearly elephant migration has been observed for centuries and is the highest… Every year, wildlife and photography enthusiasts flock to Sri Lanka's Minneriya and Kaudulla National Parks to witness an extraordinary natural phenomenon: the annual congregation of over 300 wild elephants.

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MANNAR ISLAND/ JAFFNA

The Island of Mannar & Jaffna is known as one of the most ideal location to see the Bird Migration in the World, where millions of birds visit the pearl of indian ocean as it's the last country in the both Eastern & Western Migration paths in the world connecting with the Central Asian Flyway. So it attract many birders from around the world to visit Srilanka from September to April. Among the visitors birds like Greater Flamingo, Curlew Sandpipers, Crab Plovers, Oystercatchers and deep sea birds like Skuas play a major role.

HORTON PLAINS NATIONAL PARK

Horton Plains National Park is a national park in the central highlands of Sri Lanka that was designated in 1988. It is located at an elevation of 2,100–2,300 m and encompasses montane grassland and cloud forest. It is rich in biodiversity and many species found here are endemic to the region. And among them it's the Home for the "Most Elusive Mountain leopard" of Sri Lanka & the Jewel of the Wild "Sri Lankan Whistling Thrush"

SINHARAJA FOREST

Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve is a primary rainforest reserve and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. It is of international significance and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

According to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Sinharaja is the country's last viable area of primary tropical rainforest. More than 60% of the trees are endemic and many of them are considered rare. 50% of Sri Lankan's endemics species of animals (especially butterfly, amphibians, birds, snakes and fish species). It is home to 95% endemic birds.

UDAWALAWA NATIONAL PARK

Udawalawe National Park is a national park on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces in Sri Lanka. The park was created to provide a sanctuary for wild animals displaced by the construction of the Udawalawe Reservoir on the Walawe River, as well as to protect the catchment of the reservoir.

And it's a paradise for the Elephant Lovers with beautiful Landscapes in the background and also the breath taking sunrises and sunsets over the lakes.

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GALOYA NATIONAL PARK

Gal Oya National Park in Sri Lanka was established in 1954 and serves as the main catchment area for Senanayake Samudraya, the largest reservoir in Sri Lanka. It's a Paradise for any Bird Lover where we can do the Boat safaris during Sunrise to Sunset and it's one of the only locations in the world you can see Elephants swimming with their herds. And the area is filled with lots of unique flora & fauna.

KUMANA NATIONAL PARK

Kumana National Park is one of the main Bird Sanctuaries in Sri Lanka is renowned for its avifauna, particularly its large flocks of migratory waterfowl and wading birds. The park is 391 km (243 mi) southeast of Colombo on Sri Lanka's southeastern coast. Kumana is contiguous with Yala National Park. 

And it's a paradise for the Leopard and other mammal lovers including Elephants, Sambar Deer & even Turtles.

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YALA NATIONAL PARK

Yala National Park gives the best opportunity to witness Sri Lanka’s broad variety of wildlife: colorful painted stork in troops are seen perched at the shores of lagoon where the crocodiles too have chosen to doze off; lovely peacocks in their resplendent blues and greens parade about amidst the trees where both Torque Monkeys & Grey langurs living in there herds, leap and chatter; in the bush jungle are the Elephants; crossing the tracks and wandering off into the thorny scrub jungle is the star attraction of the park: the Sri Lankan Leopard.

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