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Minneriya National Park Safari

One of the best safaris in Sri Lanka, famous for gathering the vast herds of elephants.
Sri Lanka maybe is a small island by size; however, it is massive in terms of wildlife. The variety is pretty amazing: we are talking here about 92 species of mammals, 242 kinds of butterflies, and 107 kinds of fishes. Some say that Sri Lanka is one of the best countries in South East Asia to experience the animals in the wild.
Why experience Safari in Sri Lanka
Uncovering the lush, green landscapes and explore depths of the verdant jungles and grasslands is simply a thrilling experience.

Why should YOU join Sri Lanka wildlife safari?
Sri Lanka has its very own ‘big five’: elephants, leopards, sloth bears, blue whales, and sperm whales. It is also one of the few places where people can combine whale watching with a land safari on the same day.
You can so safari all year round. All the 26 state-owned national parks are covering an area of 5,734 square kilometers (2,214 square miles), much of which is protected by the Sri Lankan Department of Wildlife Conservation. Out of that, as many as 14 parks mainly specialized on the elephant safari. No matter what season you choose to come to Sri Lanka, you will always find a place where to experience the safari.
Jeep safari is pretty comfortable. Specialized raised jeeps with comfy seating (usually for up to eight people) are designed to take you along bumpy jungle roads in search of wildlife in one of many national parks in Sri Lanka.
What is the best safari in Sri Lanka?
It is a hard question: the most popular one Yala, the second largest national park in Sri Lanka. It is bordering the Indian Ocean and features a habitat comparable to the one in East Africa. If you, however, don’t like the crowds, the Minneriya National park is a great alternative: The park is known for an event referred to as The Gathering, during which in which hundreds of elephants make the trip during the dry season (July to early November) to an ancient reservoir.

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