Minneriya National Park

Sri Lanka - Sri Lankan Wildlife

Located in the iconic Cultural Triangle on the Habarana to Polonnaruwa road, Minneriya National Park is most well known for its high population of elephants which is thought to be around 300 due to successful conservation work in recent years.

The best time to visit the park is during the dry season from May to September when the animals are more active as they search for water. Minneriya is also home to sambar deer, toque Macaques, leopards and a wide range of birdlife.

Minneriya National Park Hotels

Water Garden Resort$$$$

Designed by architect Channa Daswatta (a protégé of the late iconic Master of Design, Geoffrey Bawa) the first impression from the lobby to Sigiriya Rock is breath taking! Accommodation is in extremely spacious air conditioned chalets, set either astride or beside landscaped interlinked ponds. The chalets are free-standing, very comfortable and very spacious. Each room comes complete with satellite television, sofas, minibar and dining table, big bedroom with four-poster bed, writing desk,...

Water Garden Resort
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