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KUMANA WILDLIFE CAMPING INCURSION
Once known as “Yala East” when it reopened to the public in 2003, this 357-sq-km park is one of the less frequently visited National Park than its busy neighbour, “Yala National Park” which bring along a far less zoo-like experience and you will never feel too crowded even during high season. Kumana, back to 1st and 2nd Centuries BC has also been playing important role in ancient civilization which up to today, ancient caves and statues can be found and seen by walk at certain area of the park.
Get in your 4x4 & ride the dust roads, you will be able to encounter multiple wildlife & birds between the 430 bird species comprising of endemic, resident and migrant birds and sightings are possible of rare breeds such as the Black-necked Stork, Yellow-footed Green Pigeon, Lesser Adjutant, Malabar Trogon, Eurasian Spoonbill and the Great Thick-knee. Get also incredible good chance to spot numerous of threatened wetland species as the Mugger Crocodile, the three turtle species; the Green Turtle, Loggerhead Turtle and the Olive Ridley Turtle. By sundown schoal of Malabar hornbills will populated certains trees, as well as an array of mammals from jackals to fox in passing by the un-famous so desire leopard and for those who are lucky, a glimpse of the elusive sloth bear is also possible. During the day, hordes of spotted deers, wild buffalos in their mud water pond, elephants walking across the park will be often spotted offering perfect snapshot. For wildlife lover and photographer,
Kumana must be on your “The List” to do!
Mini 2 pax
BEST TIME TO TRAVEL
ALL YEAR AROUND