Wildlife of Sri Lanka
The Wildlife National parks in Sri Lanka spread across the country offering a fascinating diversity of terrain, flora, and fauna. Sri Lanka has preserved vast tracts of forests and habitats in its 12 National Parks and 52 Sanctuaries. Each national park is famous for its wildlife population.
Nature enthusiasts will find that a national park safari offers the most convenient and hassle-free way to see some of Sri Lanka’s 92 mammals and over 440 bird species. Furthermore, there are 242 butterfly and 117 dragonfly species, 102 amphibian species, 107 species of fish and 190 reptiles of which 98 species are of snakes, while the remaining are of mainly lizards, crocodiles and turtles in Sri Lanka.
Experience the thrill of seeing a tiger in the jungle on a Sri Lankan wildlife safari. Watch herds of elephants feed as they wander through the forest. Enjoy the sight of monkeys, deer, squirrels and peacocks in the national parks of Sri Lanka. Observe rare birds on bird-watching tours.
If you are looking for a thrill wildlife travel, coupled with a lifetime of memories, Sri Lanka seems to be the best bet for you.