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Minneriya National Park Safari

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With the grace of majestic giants and pristine tropical dry forest settings, Minneriya National Park is a perfect spot to spend few hours witnessing one of the most astonishing wildlife spectacles on earth.

Capture the golden opportunity to witness the Asia’s largest gathering of mighty elephants, wandering in the green grassland overlooking the beautiful Minneriya reservoir- the heart of the life of the national park.

Offering you a range of animals to discover, a Minneriya safari ride is a golden opportunity wildlife enthusiasts should not miss in their visit to Sri Lanka.

Renowned as a prominent stopover for wandering elephants searching for food during August and September the dry season, Minneriya national park attracts up to 300 giants from the neighbouring national parks.

The abundance of huge trees looks like clouds in green at distance such as Palu , Satin, Milla, Kalumediriya , and the diversity of lush grasses including  Katu-una,Wali indi, Illuk the provide ample of food for the wildlife adding contrasting tropical ecosystems to the Minneriya safari experience.

Enjoy the flicker of monkeys swinging through the branches and search the forest for the sights of majestic elephants, leopards, sloth bear, mongoose, spotted deer, sambar deer, wild buffalo, porcupine and Indian pangolin.

Do not miss out on this quintessential safari destination that offers the best spotting of wildlife in its strikingly beautiful forest.

Plan your Minneriya safari with us and will make sure you a super thrilling and super smooth Minneriya safari experience.

Elephant Migration between Minneriya, Kaudulla and Hurulu Eco Park:

There are three national parks in the close proximity within that region. They are the Minneriya National Park, the Kaudulla National Park and the Hurulu Eco Park. All of the three parks are immensely popular among locals and foreigners the world over for their large herds of elephants. Generally, each year during the months of July to September large groups of elephants are found in the Minneriya National Park and then they migrate to Kaudulla National Park during the months October to November due to high rains and lakes getting filled up. Then the elephants move on to Hurulu Eco Park for the final leg of their migration during the month of December to January.

  • Jeep and Driver. A Jeep can carry maximum of six adults.
  • Pickup/Drop to/from any location within the radius of 5km from park gate.
  • Trackers are subject to availability at the time of entering to the park.
  • Reviews and Photos? Refer to Minneriya Safari Fan Page

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