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Hotels in Wasgamuwa

In Sri Lanka's Polonnaruwa and Matale Districts, 50 kilometers northeast of Kandy, is where you'll find Wasgamuwa National Park. The Sudukanda Mountain Range, which extends between the Amban Ganga and Mahaweli Ganga rivers from north to south and is the park's dominant feature, isolates the area on all but its southern edge. The park, which spans slightly over 39,000 hectares, is adjacent to the Riverine Nature reserve on the Mahaweli Ganga's right bank. Wasgamuwa National Park has been home to a total of 52 butterfly species, 143 bird species, 35 reptile species, 15 amphibian species, 23 mammal species, and 17 fish species. The primary attractions are the herds of Asian elephants and the extremely elusive sloth bears, which are supposed to be very common in this area. Additionally, you might run into leopards, golden jackals, water buffaloes, slender lorises, wild boars, several deer types, and even fishing cats. There are eight indigenous bird species in the park, including the Red-faced Malkoha and Yellow-fronted Barbet..

Hotels in Wasgamuwa

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Lavendish Wild Safari

1 Ela , Hadungamuwa Wasgamuwa, 21530 Wasgamuwa, Sri LankaSri Lanka

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Things to do in Wasgamuwa

Go on a safari to observe a variety of wildlife and birdlife in stunning environments. Visit Wasgamuwa National Park to see magnificent elephants, birds, and other animals.

Best time to Visit Wasgamuwa

Wasgamuwa National Park presents a climate that leans towards fairly dry, however the area does experience adequate rainfall seasonally as a part of tropical conditioning, therefore the best times to visit the Park is January through March.

Weather of Wasgamuwa

This National Park's annual daily temperature is 28°C and has a dry zone climate. Annual rainfall ranges between 1,650 to 2,100 mm with the months of July to September being the dry season.