Bird Watching at Bundala National Park

Bundala National Park is located in the southern district of Hambantota in Sri Lanka. It falls within the dry zone and its climate can be described as hot and arid. The vegetation is predominantly of a dry thorny scrubland variety which provides a natural barrier to the wind and the terrain is flat with sand dunes that border the coastline.


•Suitable casual clothing for windy, rainy, warm weather conditions should be considered

•Insect repellents, sun-protection creams etc. are highly recommended

•Cameras/video recorders to capture those amazing moments

•It is a fascinating safari for those who love birds, mammals and crocodiles in a beautiful natural environment.

•Bundala National Park is renowned as a Ramsar site, a wetland of international importance, where migratory birds’ nests during their stay.

•One of the best places to see a large variety of both migrant and endemic birds in Sri Lanka.

•This is a best place for t sea the both salt water crocodiles and freshwater crocodiles

•Per person charge$145.



•Entrance fees

•Jeep cost

•Binoculars for bird watching

•Refreshments and bottled water

•Government tax


·        Arrival and departure transportation

·        Any extra beverages or food consumed

·        Any tips to staff and guides

·        Any personal effects not mentioned above



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