Experience a world where wild reigns supreme




• Meet Sri Lanka Mini tours representative at your hotel and you will transported to Kaudulla National Park
• Start your jeep Safari

Kaudulla National park is a corridor for large number of elephant. Those are most easily observed during the dry season, from June to October, as the herds come to drink and forage on the extensive grasslands exposed by the receding waters of the lake. The park surrounds the Kaudulla reservoir. The park is also situated on an elephant migratory path (an Elephant corridor), which makes this park even more interesting. Best time to see Elephants in park is the early morning and late evening. Herds of elephants become a common site on the dried lakebed during this time of the day.

Kaudulla was declared a National park in April 1, 2002 by the Sri Lankan government. Many plant and grass species grow well during the rainy season whilst an abundance of food and water, even in the dry period, attracts a large number of herbivorous mammals to the park. The faunal species recorded in the park include 24 species of mammals, 25 species of reptiles, 26 species of fish, and 160 species of bird. During the safari good chance for the visitors getting up close and personal with elephant. In October there are up to 250 elephants in the park, including herds of juvenile males. There are also leopards, fishing cats, sambar deer, endangered rusty spotted cats and sloth bears. Large water birds such as spot-billed pelican and lesser adjutant visit the Kaudulla tank.

The Kaudulla reservoir was built by Queen Bisobandara (sister of King Mahasen) in the 3rd century. It has behind famous folklore.

Sri Lanka Mini tours (SLMT) offers exclusive safari tour for all kind of age who is fond of experience wild life of Sri Lanka. Our knowledge local experience naturalists will unforgettable experience with information on the different sites you visit.

Full day game drive upon request

What to bring

• Sun Hat
• Camera
• Sunglasses
• Sunscreen


• All participants will be given a safety briefing.
• The importance of listening to the guide.
• Always stay in the van, truck, Boat or 4WD
• Keep your voices down.
• Don’t feeding to wild animals.

Be a responsible traveler with your every step to save the future