Uda Walawe National Park is located in the boundary between Sabaragamuwa and Uva Province, bordering the Walawe river, Udawalawe Dam and reservoir. This region is home to many herds of roughly about 250 wild elephants, sloth bear, Sri Lankan Leopard, fishing cat, Mugger crocodiles water buffalos, Wild boar etc and numerous species of endemic Birds and reptiles.
Built by the Portuguese & well fortified by the Dutch in the 16th century, Galle is a natural port and historical walled city in the south west of Sri Lanka, 119 Km South of Colombo. It is home to the Galle Dutch Fort which happens to be recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site and is also the largest fortress remaining in all of South East Asia.
One of the largest national parks in Sri Lanka, only second to the Wilpattu National Park by size, Yala National Park contains 978.8 square kilometers filled with exotic wildlife. Managed by the Department of Wildlife Conservation of Sri Lanka, the Yala National Park hosts many birds that are endemic to the country such as Sri Lanka Grey Hornbill, Sri Lanka Junglefowl, etc.