Wilpattu National Park is situated to the west of Anuradhapura. M. This boundary lies between the North Central and North Eastern Provinces. It is 152 meters above sea level. Geographically, it covers an area of ​​425 square miles and is the largest national park in the area. It covers 131, 693 acres (131,000 hectares) and belongs to the districts of Anuradhapura, Mannar and Puttalam.

Since 1905, it has been declared a sanctuary. As for the climate here, it is a fairly dense dry zone. There are also flowing lakes with white sand banks. The forest is also home to a wide variety of plants and animals such as deer, elephants, pigs, leopards and bears. The number of leopards in the Wilpattu jungle is yet to be calculated. Due to its population of leopards, the park has become one of the best national parks in the world.
The Wilpattu forest is populated by lakes and lakes. Approximately 60 lakes and tanks have been found in the area. These lakes come in the form of a flat basin filled with rainwater. The western side is completely surrounded by forest. These are big trees like Palu, Milla, Veera, Kaluwara and Vewana
The National Park Entrance – Puttalam – Anuradhapura A12 After about 30 kms, turn left at Wilpattu junction and proceed 7 km before going to Nochchiyagama town (about 40km from Puttalam road, after passing Nochchiyagama
The topography of Kudiramalai is a fascinating sight due to its rocky terrain and its nearly 20-foot gorge. A variety of fish species can be seen in the shallow, clear sea. Going a short distance to the north, you can reach the picturesque beaches and take a bath.
There are thick thorns and whistles throughout the Wilpattu area, which is why the population of elephants is limited to a part of Wilpattu. Wilpattu is known for being the home of leopards and bears. Deer, ants, crocodiles, peacocks, foxes and many other species of birds can be spotted in the Wilpattu National Park. Two out of the 60 above mentioned pools have no connection to the sea, but they are unique to the sea.

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