Sri Lanka is a diverse nation of breath-taking environs which change from rustic coasts to misty mountains and scrub jungles. The Hurulu Eco Park is one such attraction that you should not miss.
The Habarana Hurulu Eco Park in Sri Lanka is well-known for its sheltering elephants and evergreen forests. To say the park will offer you sights of a large number of elephants on one safari is not an exaggeration, especially during the high season of August. The park covers a total land area of 10,000 hectares and the beautiful Hurulu Wewa runs through the jungle.
A sight to behold!
Although the park is home to many majestic mammals and a wide variety of birds, the most appealing creatures are the gentle jumbos. You’ll be able to spot one of the most eye-catching natural scenes. Many elephants can be viewed on the tank bed on any given evening and it’s amazing to enjoy how they drink water, eat and play around the tank.
Those who wish to spot the majestic elephants and other exotic wildlife in the park can consider staying at a Habarana resort the likes of Cinnamon Lodge Habarana, from where visiting the park will only take 9 minutes.
All nature lovers prefer to visit this park because it consists of grasslands, teak plantations, colourful flowers and different species of native wild animals. Numerous herds of Sri Lankan elephants, Sri Lanka junglefowl, and Sri Lanka leopard are among the endangered species of the forest reserve.
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