Bird Watching at Bundala National Park

AVAILABILITY: Throughout the Year

TOUR OPTIONS: Early Morning or Late Afternoon Jeep Safaris

Bundala National Park, also known as Ramsar site, is a wetland of international importance. Flocks of migrating birds visit this national park, trying to escape the harsh winter climates of far away lands. This park is the ideal place to see an impressive diversity of both migrant and endemic birds in Sri Lanka.

The park is home to a few herds of Elephants and is an important area for migrating Elephants. Bundala National Park is famous for its crocodiles too, and is one of the few places where you can see saltwater crocodiles and freshwater crocodiles.  

There are 383 plant species being recorded here, six of which are endemic and seven endangered. This makes the park an important and protected biodiversity in Sri Lanka.

Wildlife Tours Sri Lanka is the leading Birding company in Sri Lanka and we provide visitors with a wide range of birding tours around the country. All of our tours are handled by an experienced naturalist who helps you spot birds and other inhabitants while giving you an in-depth description of the park and its history.

WHAT TO BRING:

Earthy Coloured Clothings

Sunglasses & a hat to protect against the sun

Insect repellent

Sun protection lotions & Lip balm

Good camera, spare batteries, extra memory cards, cables and chargers

Dust mask or scarf for protection against the dust