Superb park situated in down soth for birds watching . Within three hour jeep safari, you will see lot of kinds of local and foreign species of birds here and ideal location for the photographers. Love this park.
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We had a great guide, Asila, and a tracker from the park service, both of whom really made the experience. They set expectations low early - mostly birds, and maybe it typically is - but we saw elephant, crocodiles, deer, mongoose, monkeys, and a host...More
You need to buy tickets to enter this park. At the entrance you need to take a tracker from the wildlife department and go. The best time to go is early morning at 6am or at 3 pm when the birds are most active. Usual...More
We had a great safari with Srimal at Bundala. It is a beautiful park, brimming with monkeys and birds everywhere you look. There were only a few other jeeps when we visited which was nice and made the experience feel more natural. We saw lots...More
This bird park definitely has on and off seasons. Our driver and guide, srimal knew his birds and pointed them out to us. He had a good eye and made our time an enjoyable one, even though the number of birds was quite low, being...More
With all the good reviews for Srimal, we contacted him to arrange a safari in Bundala. For 11 000 rp we were supposed to have a private jeep with a driver and Srimal as a guide with us. We were disappointed when we saw that...More
Best safari we've ever been on, and we've been to South Africa! Our safari, which was arranged by Kamal at the Lagoon Inn, situated right next to the park (0716310173) and a wonderful place to stay, was absolutely fantastic. We had everything explained in perfect...More
This little gem is often passed by. It's a wetland on the south coast and boasts a wide range of birds. We were there for a few hours out of the really busy bird season but still had a great time photographing herons, langurs, crocodiles,...More
We visited this park with friends straight after our visit to Yala National Park and what a contrast. We were told that this is a park that is an internationally important wintering ground for migratory water birds in Sri Lanka with 197 species of birds....More