Yala National Park that consists of five blocks is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. Though Yala spreads over an area of 1260 square kilometers, only one fifth of the area is open to the visitors.
Lunugamvehera National Park, which lies between Yala and Uda Walawe national parks, is home to 43 mammals – elephants being the main attraction – including spotted and sambar deer, wild buffalo, giant squirrel, palm cat, three species of mongoose, sloth bear and leopards.
Gal Oya National Park allows the visitors to enjoy its beauty and wild life by Boat safari as well as by Jeep safaris. Boat safari affords the opportunity to land in an island within the reservoir called “Bird Island” swarming with birds.
one of the island’s most beautiful beaches in Pasikudah. The beach is famous for its shallow seafront framed by natural coral reefs, which enables you to walk for miles into the warm welcoming waters that come up only to knee level.