See elephants in the wild in Udawalawe
Declared a National Park in 1972, Udawalawe is characterised by rolling grasslands, rainforest,teak plantations and scrub lands. The park is recognised for its large elephant population, but is also home to a huge plethora of bird species as well as deer, jackal, leopard, wild boar and buffalo. Explore the park by jeep, looking out for herds of elephant as well as other mammals and magnificent birds of prey. You’ll also have a chance to visit the Elephant Transit Home, where orphaned young elephants are cared for until they are old enough to be reintroduced to the wild.
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