Wasgamuwa National Park is known in Sri Lanka for its large populations of wildlife and its remote location, making it a less-visited spot ideal for nature lovers. Tour the park on a private safari with your group of up to six people for a chance to spot animals like elephants, monkeys, and more in their natural environment while learning about their lives in the jungle from your guide.
Private 3- or 6-hour safari in Wasgamuwa National Park
Ride through Wasgamuwa National Park in a Jeep with a private guide
Learn about local wildlife from your guide as you go
Opportunities to spot elephants, birds, reptiles, and more in their native habitat
Tour accommodates one to six passengers
Hotel pickup and drop-off available from within 3 miles (5 kilometers) of park entrance gate
Begin your safari with a 5:30 a.m. pickup for full-day and morning tours, or a 2:30 p.m. pickup for evening tours. If your accommodation is located more than 3 miles (5 kilometers) from the Wasgamuwa National Park entrance gate, hotel pickup is not available, so plan to make your own way to the park prior to your selected tour time.
Upon arrival, board a Jeep with your private guide and group of up to six people and begin your safari. Wasgamuwa National Park is known for attracting fewer visitors than other parks in the area, making for an uncrowded safari experience focused on wildlife. Save time at the gate and upgrade your tour to include admission tickets.
As you ride through the park, learn about the local plants and animals from your guide, who will help you spot species such as marsh elephants, water buffalos, and painted storks in their natural habitat. The park also houses reptile populations, native birds, and over 50 species of butterflies.
The morning safari finishes at 8:30 a.m., and the evening and full-day safari finish at 5:30 p.m.