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  • Rekawa offers a magnificent opportunity to see the ancient ritual of turtle breeding.
  • The lush forests by the banks of the Mahaweli River offer an exciting selection of nature's best wildlife – elephants, bears, sambar deer...
  • It is a bird-lovers paradise, with many species like the Sri Lanka Whistling Thrush being not only endemic to the island, but to the Region as well.
  • The placid waters of Gal Oya National Park create the setting for one of Sri Lanka's most picturesque locations
  • An elephant – lover’s dream! The grasslands around the Udawalawe Lake draw large numbers of these magnificent beasts
  • Sri Lanka's most important bird breeding and feeding grounds
  • Observe the majestic leopards of Yala in the wild and remote scrub jungles of Sri Lanka's oldest National Park.
  • A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a naturalist’s dream, this virgin rainforest is home to the world's largest Bird Wave
  • Untouched jungles and natural waterholes are where lone elephants and leopards roam free.
  • Famed for its resemblance to a clenched fist, the Knuckles Mountain Range offers a unique biodiversity, unlike anywhere else in Sri Lanka
  • This coastal sanctuary is a birders paradise with resident species unique to Sri Lanka
  • The Gathering of Elephants in Minneriya National Park is the largest, seasonally recurring concentration of wild elephants in the world.
  • The village where Sri Lanka’s indigenous tribe celebrate their unique culture.

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