The Kaudulla national Park is an evergreen forest that is spread over 6600 hectares of land. Located in close proximity to the ancient Polonnaruwa Kingdom, the park is etched with much history.
The Kaudulla National Park
The magnificent Asian elephant has always been a symbol of Sri Lanka. Wherever your travels take you, within the island you are bound to see and hear references to this gentle giant more than a ‘million’ times! However, the moment you come across an elephant or a herd in their natural setting, you know it is your lucky day
A ‘meeting’ with hundreds of elephants could be arranged if you are planning an excursion to Kaudulla National Park. A bit of research online before you leave will help you go on best safari holidays. Travel blogs such as The Adventure Travel Site are worth reading if you are looking for best adventure vacations.
Be on the lookout!
Kaudulla has a rich wildlife it has a far richer collection of birds that leave the bird lover always in awe. The National Park with its plethora of water bodies boasts a large number of water birds including the spot-billed pelicans, Asian Spoonbill, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Black-headed Ibis and Painted Stork.
When to visit
The best time to plan a trip to Kaudulla is between September and October when large herds of elephants visit the Park.
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