Udawalawe National Park is one of Sri Lanka’s premier wildlife destinations, offering visitors a chance to see some of the country’s most magnificent animals in their natural habitat. Located in the southeast of Sri Lanka, Udawalawe is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including elephants, water buffalos, spotted deer, and monkeys, as well as a rich variety of birdlife.
The park covers an area of over 30,000 hectares, and is best known for its large elephant population. Visitors can expect to see dozens of elephants as they roam through the park, either in small groups or on their own. The best time to see elephants is in the early morning or late afternoon, when they are most active.
In addition to elephants, Udawalawe National Park is also home to a wide variety of other wildlife, including leopards, water buffalos, spotted deer, and monkeys. There is also a rich variety of birdlife in the park, including parrots, kingfishers, and many other species.
Visitors to Udawalawe National Park have several options for exploring the park. A jeep safari is a popular choice, offering visitors a chance to see the wildlife from the comfort of a vehicle. Alternatively, visitors can opt for a guided walk through the park, offering a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with the wildlife.
With its stunning natural beauty and rich wildlife, Udawalawe National Park is the perfect destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Book your tour today and get ready to explore one of Sri Lanka’s premier wildlife havens!
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