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Wilpattu National Park

Wilpattu is actually Sri Lanka’s largest National Park and has only in the last couple of years reopened to visitors after the conflicts of the northern part of the country. The park is home to around 50 leopards which are the main drawcard as it offers a much less touristy experience than the national parks down in the south. The park is also home to elephants, spotted deer, sloth bears, wild pigs, crocodiles as well as a huge variety of birdlife. There is very limited accommodation at Wilpattu hence the majority of visitors would stay in nearby Anuradhapura which is approximately 45 minutes’ drive from the park’s entrance.