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  • The park is one of Sri Lanka’s smallest but most valuable conservation areas lying in the dry zone, the vegetation surrounding the tanks is dry mixed evergreen forest with scrubs. Lahugala is traditionally used as a feeding ground by elephants (Elephas maximus).

  • Maduru Oya National Park covers parts of 3 districts, namely Polonnaruwa, Badulla and Ampara. It has an archeological significance as well, where Buddha statues are found within the park. The park is home to many animals due to its vast area.

  • Lunugamvehera National Park, being the immediate catchment of Lunugamvehera reservoir, covers an extent of 23,498.8 hectare in Moneragala District of the Uva Province.

  • The latest national park to be opened in Sri Lanka ( 2002 ). Located 6 km away from Habarana on the Trincomalee road. A really great place to have safaris where you can see endangered species of leopards, bears and elephants almost close up within the 6900 hectare park.

  • The Kithulgala forest is a secondary rain forest situated beside the Kelani River, one of our longest rivers. There is a tributary flowing through the forest to this river.Though it is a secondary forest, it's fauna and flora is very similar to a primary forest.

  • The Horton Plains National Park is the only national park situated in the wet zone of the country and falls within theNuwara Eliya district. Situated 2300m above sea level this national park has different climatic conditions and habitat to all other national parks.

  • Located in south-west Sri Lanka, Sinharaja is the country's last viable area of primary tropical rainforest. More than 60% of the trees are widespread and many of them are considered rare.

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