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Yala & Udawalwa National Parks

Yala National Park

Most visited National Park In Sri Lanka

With borders in southern and Uva province, Yala national park is one of the most visited national parks in Sri Lanka. Known as the national park with the highest leopard concentration, Yala is where all the leopard lovers come to witness those exotic predators in real life.

Apart from leopards, elephants, wild boars, fishing cat, deer, jackal, water buffaloes, monitors, crocodiles, and many other animals are a common sight in the park. Take a safari ride into the wilderness and explore the untamed wildlife of Yala during your holiday in Sri Lanka, which will offer you a travel memory that you will cherish forever.

Don't Miss

  • Explore leopard and other wild life at Yala National park
  • Bird watching tour to Kumana National park
  • Relaxing at the yala beach

Udawalwa NP + Trasnsit Home

Elephant paradise

Located 180 km away from Colombo, Udawalawe national park is rich in biodiversity and mind-blowing scenery. Being a home to many animal species including elephants, Water Buffalo, Wildboar, Black-naped hare, Spotted Deer, Sambur Deer, Jackal, Samber, mongooses, the park attracts wildlife enthusiasts from all around the world.

Udawalawe transit home is another nearby attraction you can’t afford to miss during your visit to the park. The place is a home for orphaned and injured elephants. Most of the elephants at the transit home are small baby elephants that will give you a good laugh. 

Don't Miss

  • Explore Elephants and other wild life at Udawalwa National park
  • Catch the sunset at Udawalwa dam
  • Visit the elephant transit home

Other must do activities !

Baby elephant feeding times at udawalawa transit home

Feeding Times 

06.00 AM – 09.00 AM – 12.00 Noon -15.00 PM – 18.00 PM

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