All posts tagged "national parks"

  • sinharaja world heritage forest
    Wildlife National Parks & Forest Reserves in Sri Lanka

    In Sri Lanka Natural Forests are managed by Forest Department and Department of Wildlife Conservation. Visitors are allowed for recreational purposes (Eco-Tourism) in  following protected areas in Sri Lanka. Biodiversity and Eco-Tourism in Sri Lanka National Geographic...

    • Posted June 1, 2017
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  • yala-elephants
    Why you should not go to Yala National Park & Alternatives

    Many travel itineraries by Private tour operators focus on a limited number of wild-life sites in Sri Lanka, which has tremendously increased the pressure on these sites Why you should not go to Yala National Park The...

    • Posted May 30, 2017
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  • wilpattu national park wetland
    Wetlands and Marshlands in Sri Lanka

    In Sri Lanka, Wetlands have been a lifeline of ancient civilization. Wetlands possess not only ecological significance but economic value as well. Among the natural wetlands in Sri Lanka, the Bundala, Anaiwilundawa and Maduganga wetlands have been...

    • Posted May 9, 2017
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  • wilpattu-national-part-location-map-with-sri-lanaka-graphic
    Wilpattu National Park Map & Tourist Attractions

    Wilpattu National Park is among the oldest and the largest (131, 693 ha) National Parks in Sri Lanka. Key tourist attractions of this National Park is its large network of Villus (Natural Water Tanks) and it is...

    • Posted May 9, 2017
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  • yala-elephants
    Trip to Yala National Park – A day with Wild-life

    Yala National Park is recognised as the most visited and one of the best eco-tourism destinations in Sri Lanka. It is a great place to see elephants, leopards, birds, deer, bears and other wild-life. It was a life...

    • Posted March 19, 2012
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  • Chimney Pool, Horton Plains
    Trip to Horton Plains, World’s End and Baker’s Falls, Nuwaraeliya

    The Horton Plains is a beautiful highland plateau 2200 m above sea level, with some excellent hikes in the high mountains. Sri Lanka’s second and third highest peaks, Kirigalpotta (2,395m) and Thotupola Kanda (2,357m), are located here...

    • Posted November 28, 2011
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