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  • Welcome to Wonder of Asia
    Sri Lanka

  • Wild Delights
    Despite its small land-mass, Sri Lanka proudly boasts endemism locations.
    of being one of the world’s highest ecological
    endemism locations.
  • Pleasurable Livings
    Elegant comfortable accommodations from
    Boutique to Five Star Hotels in excitingly
    naturalistic eco-chalets to fascinatingly
    urban hotel atmospheres.
  • Tranquil Destinations
    Entrancing sunrises to Serene sunsets
    misty cool climes to fascinating surfs.
  • Enlivening Excursions
    Exciting adventures from thrilling treks
    scenic cycling, scintillating surfing
    wonderful whale-watching and lots more…
  • Historical Wonders
    Bewitching Ancient Sagas Chronicled in
    Ceaseless Time and Beauty
  • Relax Yourself
    Cool breeze on your skin on a misty evening
    early-morning sun rays kissing your body
    lazily relax floating down the winding silence of a lagoon-canal
  • Natural Amazements
    Enchanting Endemism giving you stunning
    selections of specifically featured eco-systems

Wasgamuwa National Park

Ideal for viewing herds of Elephants as well as Langur, Spotted Deer, Sambhur, Barking deer, Wild Boar, Crocodiles, and Water Buffalo, this park is also famous for its stunningly beautiful Peacocks, and as many as 143 species of endemic and other migratory birds as well. This is a 37,062 hectare expanse of park with rolling plains, dense forests and mixed evergreen forests, usually opens from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. and offers many interesting bird species for observation. Some of them are;

The Brown Fish Owl, Ceylon Trogon, Crested Serpent Eagle, Crested Hawk Eagle, Baya Weaver, Red-faced Malkoha, Blue –faced Malkoha, Red winged Crested Cuckoo, Indian Cuckoo, Drongo Cuckoo, Forest Eagle Owl, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Indian Pitta, Painted Stork, Paradise Flycatcher, Little Scops Owl, Thick-Billed Flowerpecker, White-Bellied Sea Eagle, the White-Necked Stork and numerous others.

Wasgamuwa can be reached from Colombo via the Kandy road, to Raja Mawatha, Mahiyangana and Wilgamuwa to the Park. Alternatively, travelling from Colombo to Kandy, Matale, Riverstone, Hettipola, and Wilgamuwa to the Park, is another possible route.



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