Enjoy an exclusive and luxurious safari through the famous Udawalawe National Park, largely known for its nesting water birds and large herds of wild elephants. Sprawling over 30,000 hectares of landmass, this national park was established in 1972 in order to habitat the wild animals displaced by the construction of the Udawalawe reservoir on the Walawe river. Udawalawe is largely comprised of grasslands and dense bushes and enjoys being one of the finest spots in the world for elephant spotting, even surpassing many of the national parks in Africa. Apart from the massive population of elephants, this wildlife reserve is also home to fishing cat, leopard, sloth bear, water buffalo and golden jackals along with a myriad of exotic bird species. Udawalawe, truly is a must-visit for the adventurer and nature-lover in you.