Since regular vehicles aren’t admitted into the National Wild Life Parks in Sri Lanka, Safari Jeeps have become the mode of transport within the parks. 4WD jeep safaris take place at the optimum hours for wildlife observations- in the early morning and late afternoon/evening. All Safari Jeeps are subjected to regular vehicle tests of roadworthiness or rather off-road worthiness prior to each safari in line with the safety standards of National Tour Operators of Sri Lanka. Safari Jeep in Sri Lanka is indispensable while touring National Parks in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka boasts of 14 National Parks that covers 8% of total land area of the island.
: Ruhuna (Yala) National Park; Udawalawe National Park; Wilpattu National Park; Wasgomuwa National Park; Flood Plains National Park; Minneriya National Park; Maduru Oya National Park; Gal Oya National Park; Horton Plains National Park; Bundala National Park; Somawathiya Chaitiya National Park; Yala East National Park (Kumana); Lahugala Kitualana National Park; Lunugamvehera National Park; Angamedilla; Pigeon Island; Galways Land; Kaudulla.
The fourteen wild life parks of Sri Lanka secure sanctuary to 86 species of mammals. Large herds of wild elephants form the center of attraction. Among the predatory animals, the leopard steals the limelight. Among the other predatory animals are sloth bear, jackal and mongooses. Primates such as common langurs, endemic macaque, purple faced leaf monkey and shaggy bear monkey roam amidst the woods in huge troops.
While some of the National Wild Life Parks afford accommodation options within the park itself to the great joy of the lovers of wild life, some allow accommodation only on outside of the parks. William T-tours Travels takes great pleasure in arranging your accommodation options at any of the 14 National Wild Life Parks of Sri Lanka.