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Holiday Destination City Hambantota


Hambantota is located in Sri Lanka's southern coastline area. It is bounded to the west and east by the districts of Matara and Monaragala, respectively. The district is distinguished by a combination of coastline, marshes, and interior environments.

With the recent construction of the Hambantota Port, a deep-water port, Hambantota has attracted major interest. The port facilitates international trade and business by serving as a significant marine center in Sri Lanka.

Hambantota is home to a number of natural reserves and animal sanctuaries. The district's Bundala National Park is a well-known bird refuge and vital wetland ecosystem. It is home to several bird species, especially migratory birds. 

Kumana bird sanctuary

Formerly known as East Yala National park, Kumana bird sanctuary is situated in Hambanthota. The park is home to many flora and fauna species. Dry zone inherited plants are a common sight in the park. White-breasted Waterhen, Duck Black-crowned Night Heron, Intermediate Egret, Lesser Whistling Glossy Ibis, Purple Heron, Little Egret, Spot-billed Pelican, are some of the birds you can spot in Kumana.

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Birds Research Center & Resort

Situated in Hambantota, Bird research centre and resort is also known as Hambantota birds park. With over 180 species of exotic birds, the research centre spans over 35 acres. Popular among bird watchers, animal lovers and every wildlife enthusiasts you can see over 3000 birds at the park at close quarters.

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Bundala Sri Lanka

Located close to Hambantota, Bundala national park is home to many bird and animal species. Spanning across an area of spread 6216 hectares, the park is known of bird species Marsh and Curlew Sandpiper, Large and Lesser Sand plovers and Curlew and Greenshank Golden and Kentish Plover and the Broad-billed Sandpiper. The part is also home to animal species such as elephants, wild boars, porcupine, giant Indian palm squirrels, Grey & Ruddy mongoose, blacknaped hares, Spotted Deer

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Kumana National Park

Situated in 391 kilometers away from Colombo, Kumana National Park is located in the Ampara district of the south-east of Sri Lanka.

Also known as Yala East National Park, the park spans across an area of 35,664 hectares. With beautiful mangrove swamp “Villu” s scattered around the park, Kumana is also known for its beautiful scenery. Some of the animals you can find in the park are Elephants, Leopards, Golden Jackal, Wild Boar, European Otter and birds such as pelicans, painted storks, spoonbills, white ibis, herons, egrets and hundreds of little cormorants. The Kumana national park is very popular among environmentalists, wildlife enthusiasts and birdwatchers

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