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Yala National Park:

Yala East joins with Yala West to form the second largest National Park in Sri Lanka. Yala is most famous for its leopards.

You can also see rare sloth bears, pangolins, jackals, wild boar and

several varieties of deer and elephants in the Yala East. The park is also rich in bird life and reptiles; large monitor lizards are commonly seen in the park.

Lahugala National Park: 

Lahugalla National Park is home to several large herds of elephants.

During the dry season these herds can be seen early at dawn and

dusk drinking and bathing in one or more of the large watering holes

that are found in Lahugalla National Park.

Kumana Bird Sanctuary:

Kumana Bird Sanctuary is nationally and internationally recognised

as an important wetland habitat for local and migratory wading birds.

Here you can flocks of painted stork, spot billed pelican, white ibis

and flamingo and a multitude of over bird life.