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Spent 3 days in Wasgomuwa. Booked the Wavulabe wild life circuit bungalow. Booked online cost SLR 12,000 (USD 60) for 10 adults for two nights. Nice drive via Naula and Elahara. Basic facilities at the Circuit bungalow. 10 Beds with clean linen and solar powered...More
We arrived late as we went over the Knuckles range which was a highlight in itself. The animals were mainly hiding though we saw a lot of elephants, water buffalo, monitors and some rare birds. I saw from a distance what looked like a small...More
This park has a very high success rate for those wanting to view elephants roaming and feeding in their natural habitat. You may find small families or a large herd. Many companies run safari tours that usually last 3 to 4 hours. The tracks through...More
Staying in Kandy, we wanted a park we could get to in a day and where we were almost certainly going to see elephants. We did a lot of research and eventually chose Wasgamuwa. We were not disappointed.
The park was beautiful and full of...More
Wasgamuwa National Park is located in the districts of Matale and Polonnaruwa and bordered by the `Mahawelil and `Amban' rivers and probably contains more wildlife than others, in terms of diversity. There are many Safaris, camps and holiday bungalows nearby the park. Elephants, deer, reptiles,...More
Wasgamuwa National Park most renowned place for birds observation and for its photography. This National Park spanning over 36,900 hectares is bordered by two main rivers named Mahaweli Ganga and River Amban Ganga in east and west. The Ganga means River in Native Sinhalese language....More
Have you tried camping here? If you do you now what I am talking about. Me and my friends went camping in Wasgamuwa National Park. You need to book the lace in advance from the forest department(colombo - battaramulla). It was Rs. 2100 I think....More