The Udawalawe National Park is the third most visited park in Sri Lanka. An important habitat for elephants, water birds and other wildlife of Sri Lanka, therefore a safari tour in this park is a popular excursion among local and international visitors.

HIGHLIGHTS

Udawalawe National Park has around 500 elephants which roam along the boundaries of the park

It is also home to a great variety of birds where Raptors are a highlight

You can witness the topography of the park which consists of thorny-scrubs, jungles and grasslands

A safari though the park will allow you to see herds of around 100 elephants at once

During November to March, migratory birds such as Booted eagle, Common kestrel, Harris’s hawk and more migrate to the park