Yala National Park is the most well known park in Sri Lanka and is home to a wide range of wild animals including Elephants, Leopards, Bears and Wild Boars to name a few. Yala has also been heavily featured in Nat Geo and Discovery channels in the recent past and is said to have the worlds highest concentration of Leopards per square kilometer.
Bundala National Park hosts over 20,000 shore birds. The park consists of lagoons where birds rest and feed, sandy beaches and sand dunes where turtles rest, and land where elephants, spotted deer, wild buffalo, wild boar, crocodiles and peacocks roam.
Udawalawe National Park with its surrounded mountain ranges and grassland most rivals the Savanna of Africa from all of Sri Lanka’s national parks. The Udawalawe reservoir and the Walewe river ensures a constant supply of water for the fauna within. Uduwalawe is world renowned for the large herds of elephants and is also known for its species of deer, wild boar, wild buffalo, jackal and very rare sightings of leopards
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