A close encounter with wild elephants and 12th century relics: Angammedilla National Park

3 Hours

Experience a bespoke safari in the heart of the Dry Zone, and encounter herds of wild elephants along with 12th century King Parakramabahu’s stone weir, at Angammedilla National Park.

Why should you book this trip?

  • One of the best parks for a wildlife safari in Sri Lanka because of its additional historical relics.
  • While elephants are a prized sighting; the Angamedilla safari means memorable encounters with Sri Lankan Sambar Deer, Indian Muntjac, Sri Lankan Axis Deer, Water Buffalo, Wild Boar and Peafowl within the Park.
  • If luck has it, you may catch sight of a Sri Lankan Leopard, Sloth Bear, Grizzled Giant Squirrel or the Sri Lanka Junglefowl. The primate species Red Slender Loris, Tufted Gray Langur and Purple-faced Langur can also be seen at Angamedilla.
  • See the ancient relics of irrigation marvels on your Angamedilla safari.
  • The experiences of your guide will make for great information about the Park and its residents.
  • Specially modified and comfortable jeeps are provided for this safari.
  • We also extend customised services for our guests (family safaris/honeymoon safaris/photography safaris etc.)

You will be met by the Sri Lanka Day Tours crew and your designated guide at the gate entrance to the Angammedilla National Park.
The morning safari half day tour will commence at 2.30 p.m.
After entering the Angammedilla National Park with your guide, the route will makes its way to enable spotting elephants, other animals and several species of birds that have made their homes in this sanctuary.
The biodiversity of this dry zone Park will unfold before you along with its fascinating landscape.
Finishing the Angamedilla safari, around 5.30 p.m., you will be dropped at the park entrance.

The Angamedilla National Park is a protected wildlife reserve located within the Minneriya - Girithale Sanctuary. It is also in the heart of Sri Lanka's Dry Zone (225 kilometres from Colombo).

Its main feature is the Angammedilla Gal Amuna (stone weir) which creates one of the main feeds to the Parakrama Samudraya, a mammoth reservoir credited to king Parakramabahu of 12th century Sri Lanka.

Angammedilla also secures the drainage basins of Minneriya and Girithale irrigation tanks, water sources in Sudu Kanda (Sinhala for "White Hill") and habitats and wildlife of the adjacent forests.


  • Experienced local guide
  • Jeep cost
  • Entrance fees
  • Bottled water (food on request)
  • All applicable Govt taxes


  • Arrival and departure transportation
  • Any extra beverages or food consumed
  • Any tips to the staff
  • Any personal effects not mentioned in this description

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A close encounter with wild elephants and 12th century relics: Angammedilla National Park
From $105
/ Adult - Single Person(SOLO)
From $80
/ Adult - 2 Persons
From $71
/ Adult - 3 Persons
From $66
/ Adult - 4 Persons
From $63
/ Adult - 5 or More people
From $45
/ Child - Price per child
  • SLDT/2405/SAFANG01
  • 3
  • 2:30 PM
  • Entrance of the Angammedilla National Park
  • 24 Hours
  • May to September


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