At Bundala National Park, spend a calm, relaxing day surrounded by pristine nature. Take a cab or a bus to the entrance and start your tour. The park offers excellent opportunities for bird-watching, with over 50 different species living in the area. You can explore alone, or join a tour and hear a guide describe and show some of the most interesting species. Keep an eye out for other animals, such as elephants and crocodiles. Malke your way to the highest point in the park, take a break, and enjoy views of the Indian Ocean and the surrounding fishing villages. Put Bundala National Park into our Weligatta trip itinerary app and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
Tours to Bundala National Park
Sri Lanka Southern Coast Tour Of 7 Days BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $593
Duration: 7 days
Full day game drive at Bundala National Park with Picnic Lunch BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $80
Duration: 10 to 12 hours
Bundala National Park Reviews
Wir sind auf diesen Park aufmerksam geworden, da er sich nicht allzuweit von unserem Strandhotel befand. Wir haben eine Safari mit Chaminda gemacht und wurden nicht enttäuscht. Wir waren über whats ap... more »We became aware of this park because it was not too far from our beach hotel. We did a safari with Chaminda and were not disappointed. We were in constant exchange via whats app to quickly clarify when we do our safari. The weather was not so good at that time. Lots of rain. This service almost quickly decide to make the safari today, would not have been offered to you when booking through the hotel. Quite apart from the price level. We were picked up by a driver at the hotel and taken home to Chaminda. There we were greeted very nicely with a cup of tea. After that we started. We had a driver for the Jeep and Chaminda was sitting in the back of us. That was great. He was able to show us a lot and also explain to the different animals. We liked the park very much. Wonderful animals and nature. The highlight was to see an eagle up close while eating. Many thanks to Chaminda. It can be reached via whats app +94 71 309 5115 and by email email@example.com
Great national park in sri lanka and would advise anyone who is looking to visit to use Chaminda who organised the tour for use and even picked up from our hotel which was 3 hours away!!!. Very peacef... more »
Good place for bird watching and wild life... best time to visit will be from around October to March.. Guides at the park are very knowledgeable.
One of the best bird sanctuaries. Can find safari jeeps near the entrance most of the time. Road condition till the entrance is good. And parking space also available.
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