Locations

In an island that is just 64,000 square kilometers – Sri Lanka offers the yearning nature traveler so much diversity that compares well as the next best thing to Africa. The melody of landscapes packed with different habitats hosts Asia’s densest population of leopards, The largest gathering of Asian elephants, over 500 species of birds, 250 plus species of butterflies, 103 species of snakes and countless amphibians – often you will almost be spoilt for choice travelling the wilds in the perfect island safari ever.

Yala National Park

Home of the leopard in Asia
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Bundala National Park

Heaven for migrant birds during the season
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Uda Walawe

Great wilderness to watch elephants year round - and perhaps the best place to see the jungle cat in Sri Lanka
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Wilpattu National Park

Land of lakes and breathtaking beauty - a wilderness that hosts leopards and sloth bears
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Sinharaja Rainforest

A Jewel among Rain forests - its home to most of our endemic birds and amphibians in Sri Lanka
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Kumana National Park

Second stage to witness the Gathering of elephants just 30 minutes from Habarana
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Minneriya National Park

A must visit during the drought to watch the Great Gathering of elephants
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Kaudulla National Park

Second stage to witness the Gathering of elephants just 30 minutes from Habarana
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Hurulu Eco-park

Great elephant sightings after the November rains
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Horton Plains National Park

Welcome to the Cloud forest that sits above six thousand feet in the highlands
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