Wilpattu National Park is the largest national park in the island of Sri Lanka. It is an attraction that should not be missed when traveling in this enchanting country. You will be able to see and admire the spectacular beauty of nature as you explore the rugged terrains of this park.

Prince Vijaya arrived in the island of Sri Lanka in 543 BC. He landed at a place called Thambapanni, which is believed to be the Kudiramalai Point which is also known as the Horse Point in Wilpattu National Park. The site was designated as a sanctuary in the year 1905. In 1938 it was upgraded to National Park status.

Green Holiday Centre. The park is best visited between the months of February and October. This is the dry season in the region. So, many animals venture out of their hiding places looking for water, enhancing your chances of spotting them.

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