Udawalawe National Park is a major eco-tourism destination and third largest National park in Sri Lanka. It is located in south-east part of Sri Lanka around 180km away from Colombo. It is famous for elephant that live there. Around 400 elephants can be seen in this national park. In a visit it is usual to see herds of adult and young elephants playing, bathing and feeding. Apart from elephants the park is a home for water buffalo, peacocks, water monitor lizards, sambar deer, monkeys and the occasional leopards. When these animals come to play in water in the reservoir is an eye catching scenery. The Uda Walawe reservoir which is inside the park is deep and continuously replenished by the never drying Walawe River which draws most of its water from the wooded Peak Wilderness sanctuary. These all can be experience in open top safari jeeps with friendly people. Eco friendly resorts around the park providing fascination experience for the travelers.
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