Kaudulla Safari Game Drives
Kaudulla National Park
Kaudulla National Park was established in 2002 to provide another link in the migratory corridor for elephants. . As at Minneriya, the centrepiece is a lake, the Kaudulla Tank, where elephants gather when water dries up elsewhere. The best time to visit is between August and December, with elephant numbers peaking in September/October (slightly later than the Minneriya’s “Gathering”) when up to two hundred congregate at the tank. Outside the dry season much of the park is under water, and elephants can be more difficult to spot. Other wildlife inhabit the park’s mix of grasslands and scrubby forest plus a characteristically wide array of bird life.
The biggest attraction at Kaudulla is it’s Elephants that come in large herds to water during the dry seasons. Kaudulla is also where you can see Leopard, Sloth Bear and even the critically endangered primate, the Red Slender Loris in addition to other interesting wildlife.
Morning / Afternoon Safari
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