Lahugala National Park

One of the Sri Lanka’s dry-zone dry evergreen forests, traditionally used by elephants as a feeding ground around a herd of 150 individuals. The terrain of the park is flat with occasional rocky outcrops. It is a home for variety of endemic animals including Sri Lanka leopard and Indian hare. Many endemic wetland birds resides in the park illustrating the connection and reconciliation of nature at its highest. A notable variety of reptiles and species of fish dwell in the tank of Lahugala preserving the essence of untouched nature.