Kawdulla National Park Safari
Experience one of Sri Lanka’s newest national parks and wildlife reserves at Kaudulla National Park.
Kaudulla National Park is in the North Central Province and is located in the historic city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka. This is one of the most scenic natural parks in Sri Lanka and is dominated by the Kaudulla tank built by King Mahasena’s sister in the third century AD. Best time to see a lot of majestic elephants is early mornimg or late evening from July to October. Scenic beauty is evident with the green line of trees at a distance with a blue sky & silvery reservoir and emerald green grasslands which contrast with rock black elephants and is quite a scenery that will charm any traveler from any part of the world.
This park is also known as a birds paradise with idigenous and migrant birds. Lots of wild elephants can be seen at close range. Among the 24 species of mammals in this area are the sloth bear, Sri Lankan sambar deer and also this is the only spot to see and albino Lankan axis deer.
National park offers and opportunity to go on a paddle boat ride to capture birds at a close range in there natural habitats.
We provide luxury safari jeeps with experienced drivers will take care for your full day and half day safari.We make your safari with below mentioned facilities.
- Private Safari Jeep just for your party
- Professional Safari Driver
- Kaudulla Park Entrance fee
- Kaudulla Park Service fee
- National Park VAT Tax
- Half Day Safari Tour
- Free pick up and drop from hotels near Kawdulla
WHAT TO WEAR
Wear light, cotton clothes such as T-shirts, Shorts/trousers which will help you be comfortable whilst traveling in the park. It is best to wear dark colored clothing that blends with the environment. Colors in shades of dark green, beige, brown and gray are good options. Bringing along a hat is also recommended.
IF YOU ARE SERIOUS ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY
Bring your longest lens! That said, the Park and its surrounds affords many landscape opportunities and so a combination of lenses will be useful. A bean bag or tripod/mono-pod will also be handy for long lenses, although room for a tripod inside the vehicles may be limited, and will depend on how many people are present. Given the dusty conditions, also bring an extra pillow case or the like to cover your equipment when not in use.
PLEASE DO NOT
- Take anything from the park
- Disturb the animals in any way
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