Yala National Park in Sri Lanka is the best place on the planet for spotting and photographing leopards in the wild .In certain parts of Yala, the average density is as high as one leopard per square kilometer.
The Gathering of Elephants in Minneriya National Park is the largest annually recurring concentration of world elephants in the world. It is rated 6th place in Lonely Planet’s Top Ten Wildlife spectacles of the world.
Wilpattu and Yala National’s Parks are the best sites in the world for observing the slow – moving sloth’s bear. With distinctive fingerprints of a yellow V shape on their chests, incredibly, the sloth bear can be heard from 300 yards away as he sucks up insects to eat.
Mirissa and Trincomalee are the two best locations in the world for seeing Blue Whales as they follow their annual migratory route, during the months of November through to April
Kalpitiya Peninsula on Sri Lanka’s west coast, is among the Top Ten sites in the world for seeing these majestic giants of the Ocean on their long migratory route.