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Wasgamuwa National Park most renowned place for birds observation and for its photography. This National Park spanning over 36,900 hectares is bordered by two main rivers named Mahaweli Ganga and River Amban Ganga in east and west. The Ganga means River in Native Sinhalese language....More
Have you tried camping here? If you do you now what I am talking about. Me and my friends went camping in Wasgamuwa National Park. You need to book the lace in advance from the forest department(colombo - battaramulla). It was Rs. 2100 I think....More
We visited Minnereriya National Park yesterday and found it good, but congested and only saw elephants.
In comparison, we were one of 3 safari jeeps at Wasgamuwa, and we saw the other jeeps briefly.
We saw over 15 different species of animal, ranging from deer,...More
We decided to choose this Safari as it didn’t seem as busy as other parks in Sri Lanka, and actually, we did not see many jeeps during our evening safari which was great. Regarding wildlife, it was ok, we saw a group of elephants in...More
We went there End of April and discovered lots of animals and almost no other visitors. We toured two hours without seeing other Jeeps. Wildlife was numerous from ibis, cormorant and junglefowl, wild buffalo, deers, elefants, warans, wild boars, peacocks, etc. Pleasant that the park...More
I told them that I would love to relax with them in some idyllic hotel anywhere in Sri Lanka. This gentleman walked up to me and said as you know we are very widely travelled, what is the point of going to any lovely hotel...More
we went there in last month and it is raining there.not crowded as Yala, Minneriya and Udawalawa. there are few safari jeeps outside the park and we got a good driver.entrance tickets are not too expensive and one of there guide come with us to...More