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Bundala is among the premier bird watching sites in SriLanka. (more than 200 bird species recorded) Srilanka is the end point of a vast migration of birds from the north. The birds of eastern europe and perhaps some from the western europe,take the...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
No152/2,Akkara 80,Uduwila Tissamharama, Tissamaharama 82600, Sri Lanka
In contrast to the madhouse at Yala NP, this is a less traveled venue so the roads are not as rutty which makes for a wonderful safari experience. In addition to the abundant bird life one can see elephants and monkeys at close reange.
We enjoyed a great Safari into Bundala & our guide was terrific pointing out all the different birds species & explaining their habitat & characteristics.
Would highly recommend this safari when traveling in SriLanka
We are not ‘twitchers’ but we thoroughly enjoyed an amazing jeep safari around the Bundala Wetland Reserve (National Park) seeing over 30 different bird species, including the highly endangered Black Neck Stork and many other animals such as crocodiles, buffalo, wild boar and monkeys. Brilliant...More
We had a full day tour of Yala National Park with Sameera as our guide. He was a very friendly guy, good with our kids and was really helpful identifying many birds and animals that we saw.
We saw many elephants, wild boar, deer, many...More
If you are into bird watching then this place is paradise. We saw more than 40 species on a morning safari. We were also lucky enough to see an elephant, jackal, hare, wild boar, buffaloes and crocodiles. Our mandatory park guide (W. H. Pubudu) was...More
Quite a small park but pleasant for a morning or afternoon's excursion. The visitor centre is impressive with interesting displays of animal skeletons. We visited after a period of heavy rain and although we did not see many large animals, 1 elephant and a few...More