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Bundala National Park Safari from Ahungalla

Bundala National Park Safari from Ahungalla

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Bundala National Park Safari from Ahungalla

(SKU: LK60400900) This tour takes you on a joyride through Bundala Bird Park - a haven for migratory waterbirds. You will be traveling through a Ramsar Wetland to see the colorful birdlife that wing their way to Sri Lanka for winter. Eager butterfly enthusiasts will find the safari a journey of discovery.

Includes

  • Transport in a Private Vehicle, Fuel, Parking & Highway tolls.
  • Service of English-Speaking Chauffeur Guide throughout the tour.
  • All prevailing taxes and service charges.
  • 2 x 500ml Water Bottles per Person per Day.

Excludes

  • Hotel Accommodation and Meals.
  • Chauffeur Guide's Accommodation.
  • Entrance fees to the respective sites.
  • Any expenses of personal nature.
  • Visa and Related Expenses.

What to Expect

You will be entering the Bundala Biosphere Reserve to feast your eyes on over a hundred common, rare and endangered migratory birds that make their temporary homes. Make sure to bring your cameras and binoculars because you will also get to see a number of colorful butterfly species, various mammals, amphibians, and more. The rich ecosystem of the swampy marshes will open up a whole new world for you to see and learn about. About the Park: Bundala National Park Lies in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka, as part of a large group of national parks and sanctuaries on the Southern - Southeastern coast. Between the months of May - July, especially, these habitats become the nesting and breeding grounds of thousands of migratory birds. This ecological paradise has nearly 400 species of plants, around 200 species of birds - 58 of which are migratory, 32 species of mammals, 48 species of reptiles, 15 species of amphibians, 32 species of fish, and 52 species of butterflies.

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