The Jeep safari in Sri Lanka

The Jeep safari in Sri Lanka

If you are interested in a jeep safari then you must visit Sri Lanka which is an attractive destination that you must visit in your lifetime. Sri Lanka is a small natural paradise in the middle of the waves known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean. From a beautiful beach to a vibrant cover with nature’s blessings, it has an impressive array of resources. So, you have many places to choose from on your safari vacation in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka’s 26 national parks are rich in diverse flora and fauna, with 16 percent of flora ad 23 percent of fauna endemic to the country.

Top amazing places to go on the Jeep safari in Sri Lanka

Safari from Yala

Yala Jeep Safari

The Yala National Park is an amalgamation of light forests, grasslands, scrubs, tanks, and lagoons with a protected land area of 130,000 hectares. It borders the Indian Ocean and is known for its variety of Sri Lankan wildlife, including Sri Lankan leopards, Sri Lankan elephants, and various aquatic birds. Have a number of travel options, including a private safari to the park or a leopard-watching safari. If you want to visit another park with elephants while in Yala, the Udawalawe National Park is 100km away.  Yala is located 280 kilometers away from Colombo. You can either book a luxury Jeep Safari.yala national park is best for jeep safari in Sri Lanka.

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Udawalawa national park

Udawalawa Jeep Safari

The Udawalawe National Park is an important habitat for the Sri Lankan elephant and water birds. It has a mix of topography belonging to the wet and dry zones of Sri Lanka, with mountains and plains dominating the area. There are over 180 species of birds in the park, including Sri Lanka spurfowl, red-faced malkoha, Sri Lanka grey hornbill, brown-capped babble, and more. There are over 42 mammals recorded in the park, particularly notable for its Sri Lankan Asian elephants. Reptiles include oriental garden lizards, mugger crocodiles, and 30 species of snakes.

Minneriya national park

Minneriya Jeep Safari

Compared to other parks, Minneriya national park is one of the most diverse natural systems in the country. Minneriya national park is located in an important location in Sri Lanka’s popular culture triangle. Minneriya Jeep safari is very popular and attractive among tourists around the world because of the huge Asian elephant sightings. You will get a chance to see many elephants near the ancient irrigation tank. So, if you want to observe the life of Asian elephants up close and personal,  you should not miss a jeep safari in Sri Lanka Minneriya national park.

The park is a safe haven for many mammals like leopards, sloth bears, deer, and many other endemic species. There are 170  bird species including endemic bird species as well as 8 endemic reptile species. A jeep safari to Minneriya national park is a great opportunity for you to see a variety of wildlife including many species endemic to Sri Lanka.

Wasgamuwa national park

Wasgamuwa Jeep Safari

Compared to other national parks, Wasgamuwa national park is another place where you can have a wonderful experience on a jeep safari. This extends to the north-central and central provinces of Sri Lanka. The closest major city to the park is Polonnaruwa. The park is primarily a tropical dry mixed evergreen forest. Mahaweli River, amban river, and dunuwila Oya border blowing across the Mahaweli River will invigorate the jeep safari in Wasgamuwa.

Wasgamuwa national park is an important place for wildlife diversity. There are 23 species of mammals including elephants and leopards. The park has 143 species of birds, 35 species of reptiles, 15 species of amphibians, 17 species of fish, and 52 species of butterflies. Jeep safari in Wasgamuwa national park is one of the most unique experiences a tourist can have in Sri Lanka.

Kaudulla national park

Kaudulla Jeep Safari

This is another national park in Sri Lanka. Kaudulla national park is the most recently designated in Sri Lanka. It is also a national park and is located about 190 Km from Colombo and is an evergreen forest and home to a variety of wild animals and birds. However, the highlight of the park is its majestic elephant population. May tourists must not forget to go on a Jeep safari to enjoy the nature of Kaudulla park.Kaudulla national park is best for visit jeep safari in Sri Lanka