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Bundala National Park Safari from Talpe (Private Day Tour)

By Lakpura LLC
Free cancellation available
9h
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Highlights

  • Private safari with wide range of biodiversity

  • See and photograph some of lot of animals

  • Going 4x4 vehicle that gives access to all areas of the park

  • Sanctuary for water buffaloes, crocodiles, birds, and More

  • You can see rich variety of exotic flora and fauna.

What's included, what's not

  • What's included

    You can see rich variety of exotic flora and fauna.

  • What's included

    Service of an English speaking chauffeur.

  • What's included

    3-hour jeep safari in Bundala National Park.

  • What's included

    Entrance tickets to Bundala National Park.

  • What's included

    Water.

  • What's excluded

    Foods and drinks

  • What's excluded

    Expenses of personal nature.

  • What's excluded

    Service charge.

Know Before You Book

  • Required minimum age is 5

What you can expect

(SKU: LK60620300) This tour takes you on a joyride through Bundala Bird Park - a haven for migratory water birds.

You will be starting your tour from Talpe at 10:30 am. Your chauffeur will be picking you up from your hotel and driving you to Bundala.

Bundala National Park Lies in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka, as part of a large group of national parks and sanctuaries on the Southern - Southeastern coast. It was designated a wildlife sanctuary in 1969 and became a national park in 1993. It later became the first of four Ramsar Wetlands in Sri Lanka and was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2005.

Bundala’s relatively small area of just over 3500 hectares, is densely packed with 5 brackish water lagoons, salt flats, marshlands, shrubby thorn forests, mangrove forests, and other habitat types. Between the months of May - July, especially, these habitats become the nesting and breeding grounds of thousands of migratory birds.

This ecological paradise has nearly 400 species of plants, around 200 species of birds - 58 of which are migratory, 32 species of mammals, 48 species of reptiles, 15 species of amphibians, 32 species of fish, and 52 species of butterflies. The climate is generally tropical monsoonal with an average annual temperature of 27 celcius

Location

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Activity Location

  • Talpe
  • Talpe Southern Province

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Your Hotel in Talpe
  • Talpe Southern Province
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