The loving God of Nature, has offered Sri Lanka with an immense number of stunning destinations where Udawalawe National Park stands prior among them. As it lies on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva province, the reserve covers 30, 821 hectares of land area where it is an important habitat for water birds and Sri Lankan elephants. While it gains fame as the third most visited park in the country, this is the park that best rivals the Savannah reserves of Africa. In fact, for elephant watching, Udawalwe often surpasses many of the most famous East African national parks.
Keeping company to the herds of elephants, the main attractions of the park are the Water Buffalo, Wild Boar, Spotted Deer, Sambur Deer, Jackal, Sambur, Black-napped hare, Mongooses, Bandicoots, foxes, the endemic Toque Macaque and Gray Langers, while sighting a Leopard and other smaller cats like Fishing cat and Jungle cat would probably be a bonus. Making Sri Lanka a Nature Treasury Chest, Udawalwe becomes a sensational site where would heartily visit.