A picture-perfect Island Nation, Sri Lanka is a land of diversity with a plethora of tourist activities available at your disposal. One such activity is exploring the wildlife of Sri Lanka. Blessed with beautiful wildlife reserves and national parks, Sri Lanka is a famous wildlife tourism hotspot in Asia. Home to some of the endangered species and seasonal home to exotic migratory birds, Sri Lanka Wildlife tourism is the go-to option if you wish to go on a wildlife excursion. One of the best all-round wildlife spots in the world, Sri Lanka offers a diverse range of wildlife ranging from big games and aquatic life to a diverse topography packed in a single compact area which is known for its tourism infrastructure. Sri Lanka takes pride in its natural heritage and constant efforts have been made to preserve and promote the sanctuaries for wild animals. Home to Leopard, Elephants, Deers and many more species native to Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka wildlife tourism is every Wildlife lover’s paradise.

With numerous Wildlife sanctuaries, Sri Lanka has managed to preserve animals which are now only present in Sri Lanka like Purple Faced Langur, Sri Lankan Elephant, Sri Lankan Sloth Bear, Sri Lanka Flying Snake and many more. There are numerous wildlife spots in Sri Lanka and you can opt for wildlife safari in Sri Lanka from your hotel directly. Most of the hotels in Sri Lanka provide the option of Wildlife Safaris and you must give it a try.

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