Our tailor-made Sri Lanka wildlife & national park tours cover the best wildlife viewing areas and national park activities in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka has 22 National Parks and 8 World Heritage sites. Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park is known to have the highest density of leopards in the world. National parks and bird sanctuaries, particularly in the southern and central zones, have the best opportunities to see animals in their natural habitat.
Almost all parks are easily accessed and can be enjoyed at many levels from enjoying the spectacular scenery to venturing deep into the trails. If visiting our national parks or learning about and viewing our unique wildlife is what interests you then get your plans underway by contacting the team at Youlanka Travels Sri Lanka.
Declared as a national park in 2002, Kaudulla is Sri Lanka’s newest wildlife reserve. With its 6.656 hectares of land, it is located on an elephant corridor between Somawathie Chaitiya and Minneriya National Parks. Home to deer, leopards, and sloths, it is especially known for its elephant population, where more than 200 elephants can be found between the months of August and December for what is popularly known as the ‘Elephant Gathering’.