The Department of National Zoological Gardens is eager to unveil it’s another flagship project for the nature lovers and pleasure hunters browsing the down south of Sri Lanka. A 500 acre drives through Safari Park, the first ever Safari Park in Sri Lanka is being culminated in Ridiyagama, Hambantota.
It is the best place to observe the endemic venomous and non-venomous snakes. The place located near Mirissa and within a short time can reach to this great location where kept many snakes kept in a safe way.
This ramshackle, private museum 3.5km north of Hikkaduwa tells the story through photographs and newspaper features of that dreadful day in 2004 when the Indian Ocean tsunami struck Hikkaduwa and Sri Lanka.
Ussangoda National Park is the newest and the country’s 21st national park. It was established to provide long term protection for the area’s biological, archaeological and geographical values. The park borders the Kalametiya Wildlife Sanctuary in the east.
If it’s the ultimate Sri Lankan safari experience you are looking for in the utmost of comfort, Udawalawe Trails is the perfect choice for you. Sit back and relax, and allow the Team to guide you on the journey of a lifetime you’ll never forget.
Providing sanctuary for a few remaining birdlife that are nationally threatened, bird watching in this important site will make your trip to Sri Lanka worthwhile. Find a wide range of wetland birds, such as Slat breasted Crake, Black Bittern and Weathercock.
Kalapuwa Herbal Garden is situated in Habaraduwa in the southern province of Sri Lanka. It consists of an average sized garden with many herbal plants grown which are used in Ayurveda medical treatments.
Dry Zone Botanic Garden is currently being established at Mirijjawila in the Hambantota District in an area of 300 acres. This is the first Sri Lankan botanical garden developed by local experts for the conservation of dwindling species of trees and shrubs.
Ambalangoda beach in Sri Lanka has a beautiful stretch of white sandy beach and a captivating rocky little islet off its coast. A Half hour’s drive from Bentota will take you to Ambalangoda, which is the home of devil dancing and mask making.