Kumana National Park Safari from Pottuvil

SKU: LK50G04000
Kumana National Park Safari from Pottuvil

A Kumana National Park Safari is an extremely popular activity among bird-watching enthusiasts. Renowned as a paradise for resident and migrating birds, the Kumana National Park is a crystalline testament to the diversity of Sri Lanka.

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  • Private Safari Jeep (Maximum of 6 Passengers per jeep).
  • Experienced Driver (Also your tracker).
  • Free Pickup/Drop off from/to any location within the radius of 5 KM from the Park Gate. (GPS: 6°38'57.7"N 81°46'12.3"E)
  • Water.
  • All taxes and service charges.


  • Park entrance tickets.
  • Hotel Pickup/Drop off from/to any location outside the radius of 5 KM from the Park Gate. (GPS: 6°38'57.7"N 81°46'12.3"E)
  • Food and drinks.
  • Gratuities.

Meeting Point:

Our designated meeting point is the Park Gate (GPS: 6°38'57.7"N 81°46'12.3"E) of the Kumana National Park.

Safari Safety Guideline:

Please refer to our safari safety guideline to understand how animal safari tours operate.


For those who are bird enthusiasts, the national park is a paradise on earth with promises of thrilling safari adventures and unforgettable vistas of birdlife. Nestled in the Ampara district of Sri Lanka, the park is a true nest that breed, feed and roost more than 430 bird species. Enjoy a Kumana safari experience and catch unforgettable sights of exotic birds including the Pelican, Spoonbill, White Ibis, Heron, Painted Storks, Egrets, Cormorants and more.

Each year during April–July, Kumana welcomes tens of thousands of birds around the world presenting ample of opportunity to spot a rich diversity of birdlife. White-breasted Waterhen, Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron, Indian Pond Heron, Purple Swamphen, and the Common Moorhen who pay migration visits to Kumana as Large flocks are quite an extravaganza to capture during a Kumana safari.

Apart from the abundance of birds, Kumana is a home for the Elephant, Leopards, Golden Jackal, Wild Boar, European Otter and a list of threatened wetland species including rare species of turtles and crocodiles. The 20 lagoons and the other inland water pools toss all over the national park adds an allure to the park offering you the opportunity to observe these stunning creatures in their natural habitats.

A Kumana safari is an outstanding experience, bird enthusiasts can’t say ‘NO’ to. Watch the sights of these magical creatures on a safari to Kumana National park with us and enjoy a thrilling Kumana safari adventure.


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