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The exotic island country of Sri Lanka is home to nature’s most beautiful wonders, and Safari Camping is the best experience one can have while being close to nature. Sri Lanka’s many wilderness areas and national parks provide perfect opportunities for camping sites. Camping in Sri Lanka is the best experience one can have while being close to nature. The country welcomes you with its 22 National Parks, which are undoubtedly among the best in the world. Sri Lanka has almost every geographical feature one can possibly think of compared to its size.

Best Safari Camping in Sri Lanka Here are some of the best Safari Camping spots in Sri Lanka.

Camping in Yala National Park Yala National Park promises an unparalleled experience when it comes to wilderness. Isolated with the rest of the world the only thing you hear and see is the sound of animals and spectacular beauty of wilderness. Imagine rising up to a place where there is no soul visible for miles. You feel the closest to nature here.

Camping in Wilpattu National Park A great way to indulge in nature is to camp at Wilpattu National Park. You can camp under the thick canopy of Wilpattu Forest, and can also enjoy Safari Game Drives. Being the oldest as well as the largest National Park in Sri Lanka, WilPattu National Park attracts visitors especially for the magnificent collection of endangered wild animals like Sri Lankan Leopard, Sri Lankan Elephant and not to forget the fighter Sloth Bear.

Camping in Udawalawe National Park Udawalawe National Park is famed for its huge elephant population. Camping here is a unique experience. The natural beauty of the place is also escalated to a whole new level since it is located in Sri Lanka’s Hiland. The Park is home to various types of wild animals like Monitor lizards, Sambar deer, Wild boar, Common Langurs, Jackals, Toddy cats and many others along with almost 183 species of birds.

Camping in Kitugala Forest Reserve This is a great way to experience camping, adventure and leisure at the same time. Here you can do bird watching, adventurous white water rafting, mountain bike river trips. The camping in the forest reserve of Kitugala is an experience in itself. The experience is both adventurous and leisure at the same time.

Camping in Kumana National Park This is a renowned bird sanctuary where multitudes of birds breed and roost. The camp experience here lets you explore the unique side of Sri Lanka’s wildlife. Regular sightings include pelicans, painted storks, spoonbills, white ibis, herons, egrets and little cormorants.  The very rare black-necked stork has also been spotted at the swamp.

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