Beauties and Beasts

WILD & FREE  Despites its size, Sri Lanka boasts one of the highest biological endemism rates for fauna and flora, and is among the top five biodiversity hotspots in the world.


Yala National Park is home to a myriad species, from the common garden lizard to peacocks that proudly strut at down. 

Yala is home to the highest concentration of leopards in the world. 


Wilpattu National park is especially known for its population of Leopards who are the main source of entertainment..


Fostering within it a combination of wild-life that’s not only beautiful but an opener for a common man to the wonderful beauty of this world, Sri Lanka is a country known to many but it’s hidden gems it’s places who lock within themselves the rhymes of beauty and God’s exquisite nature. 

Sri Lanka is not only a beautiful place but is rich with history that dates back to many centuries. Every city has it’s specialty and offers a person many activities that they wouldn’t have dreamed of doing otherwise. 

Golden sandy beaches, tropical heavens, mountains that touch the sky, a landscape to steal yourbreath, rainforests and the wildlife that it’s the habitat. Sri Lanka is heaven on Earth.


Minneriya National Park is the place to be catch a glimpse of an elephant gathering, when large numbers of jumbos migrate
during the dry spell at the nearby Wasagamuwa national park.


Kaudulla National Park is in the North Central Province and is located in the historic city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka. This is one of the most scenic natural parks in Sri Lanka and is dominated by the Kaudulla tank built by King Mahasena’s sister in the third century AD. Best time to see a lot of majestic elephants is early morning or late evening from July to October. Scenic beauty is evident with the green line of trees at a distance with a blue sky & silvery reservoir and emerald green grasslands which contrast with rock black elephants and is quite a scenery that will charm any traveler from any part of the world. 


Udawalawe National Park lies on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva provinces in Sri Lanka. It was created to provide a sanctuary for wild animals displaced by the construction of the Udawalawe Reservoir in Walawe River.
It’s about 165 km from Colombo. It is an important habitat for water birds and elephants. It is a popular tourist destination and the third most visited park in the country. Elephants, spotted deer, endemic monkeys, sloth bears, grey languor, Sambar, jackals, crocodiles, monitor lizards and water buffaloes are regularly seen here. Bird life is just fantastic including sandpiper, woodpeckers, kingfishers, sea eagles, wagtails and storks. Jeep safari with a local expert guide is the best way to enjoy the park’s wonders.