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Asiana Vacations bring to your grasp a memorable holiday in your life………
Asiana Vacations bring to your grasp a memorable holiday in your life………
Asiana Vacations bring to your grasp a memorable holiday in your life………
Asiana Vacations bring to your grasp a memorable holiday in your life………
Asiana Vacations bring to your grasp a memorable holiday in your life………
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Pitihuma, Kegalla
Sri Lanka

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   Wildlife Tours Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is the best safaris outside Africa. Though it’s difficult to imagine, this tiny island is being the next to the African continent. All ecological zones and the abundant wildlife that inhabit them can be comfortably experienced within a week. There are 12 National Parks on the island and 52 sanctuaries which together account for over 12% of Sri Lanka’s land area.

For an island of such modest size, Sri Lanka is blessed with a truly amazing diversity of physical features and wildlife, an ecological jewel, a nature lover’s paradise, truly a wonderful experience indeed!


Yala National Park South coast of Sri Lanka
Yala national park in famous as one of the best national parks in Asia to visit, observe and photograph leopards. The park covers an area of 100,000 hectares and in divided into five blocks and one side bordering to the southern beach coast. The south east coastline of Yala forms a major nesting ground for marine turtles.

Yala is famous for it’s Elephant population, seen in small and large groups, spotted deer, sambhur, barking deer, Monkeys, Wild buffalos, wild boar, sloth bear and innumerable verities of birds both endemic and migratory. Peacock is the most famous among the birds at Yala. It is possible to take full day jeep safaris or to split your day into morning and afternoon drives. A jeep safari will afford you the most unforgettable opportunity to see some of the islands most celebrated creatures.


Wilpattu National park East coast of Sri Lanka
Wilpattu national park is the most famous in the east coast of Sri Lanka. It had been closed for almost three decades due to the terrorist conflict of north of Sri Lanka and re-opened on 2009.

Wilpattu is unique in it’s scenery having several inland lakes that attracts thousands water birds. It is the domain of elusive leopards, bear and groups of deer’s and sambhur are common sight. Lush and wide changes of vegetation can be experience in different sections of the park. It is possible to take full day jeep safaris.



Kumana National Park
A well known birds sanctuary where a huge number of birds breeds and roost. The most attracted features of the park is the 200 hectare natural swamp lake. It is at this mangrove swamp where huge number of birds make it’s nest mostly in the months of May & June. Visitors in the park could watch pelicans, painted storks, spoonbills, white ibis, herons, egrets and little cormorants. Very rare black-necked stork also can be spotted in the swamp. Further the abundant birdlife, Kumana national park is the home to some of the mammals found at Yala national park west.



Wasgamuwa National Park
Located in the north central province, closely situated to ancient city Polonnaruwa, Wasgamuwa national park is the home for wild elephants.










Maduru Oya Wildlife reserve
Also located in the north central province close to Sigiriya (The 8th Wonder of the world) this wild life reserve provide a safe haven for the diminish mammals. This reserve has been identified as the most important conservation for elephant and endemic birds of the country. Wild animals are to be seen such as elephants, bears, leopards, sambhur, water buffalo, purple monkeys, deer and reptiles etc.,






Bundala Bird sanctuary
Bundala birds sanctuary situated in the south of Sri lanka en route to Yala National park. It’s an amazing wetland and home for both local and migratory birds. There are around 175 species are being recorded. Bundala is a refuge of greater Flamingos and up to 3000 of these birds can be recorded during November and December. The inland lagoons and the sun make one of the most popular wintering territories for migratory birds.





Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
Pinnawala Elephant orphanage is world famous home for orphan elephants. Located in Kegalle, halfway between the capitol Colombo-Kandy road. It was founded in 1975 by the wildlife department of Sri Lanka with five elephants in a 15 acre coconut land near Maha Oya River. It was founded in the purpose of care and protection to the many orphaned elephants found in the jungle of Sri Lanka. As of 2012 it was the home for around 68 elephants. After taken over by the National Zoological Garden of Sri Lanka on 1978, captive breeding program was arranged on 1982 and since now there are around twenty five babies were born and raised.

The objective of the orphanage is to create a natural world to the orphan elephants and there are daily programs take place at the orphanage. The elephant are taken to the nearby river twice daily for bath morning and afternoon.

All the babied under three years of age are still bottle fed by the Mahouts and the volunteers. Each one of them given 75kg of green leaves per day and 2kg food bag contained of rice, bran and maize.

The main attraction is baby’s bottle feeding and bathing in the river as it’s allows visitors to observe flock interacting socially, bathing and playing.
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