Udawalawe National Park
See a lot of Elephants
A journey through southern Sri Lanka’s Uva province leads to Udawalawe National Park, the third most popular national park in the country. Visitors can explore a variety of landscapes, from grasslands to forests, and encounter diverse flora and fauna. The park is renowned for its elephant herds, along with buffalo, deer, and even leopards, which can be spotted during a thrilling jeep safari. With its rich biodiversity, Udawalawe is home to 12 species of amphibians, 33 species of reptiles, 43 species of mammals, 21 species of fish, and 184 species of birds.