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e-Service Reservation of Wildlife Circuit Bungalows & Camping Sites

The general public will be able to reserve wildlife bungalows and camping sites in national parks via internet from today.

The launching ceremony will take place at the head office premises of the department of Wildlife Conservation on 18th February at 4.30 pm under the patronage of the Minister of Wildlife Resources Conservation Hon. Gamini Vijith Wijayamuni Zoysa and the Minister of Telecommunication and Information Technology Hon. Ranjith Siyambalapitiya with the participation of Presidential Secretary Mr. Lalith Weerathunga .

Wildlife enthusiasts in local and worldwide will greatly benefit from the introduction of this online   service. Payment for the reservation could be made through credit cards and mobile phones. In the past local tourists had to come to head office of the DWC to make a bungalow reservation.  There are 38 wildlife bungalows and 40 camping sites available in the national parks .The number of local and foreign tourists  visiting wildlife parks annually exceeds 1.2 millions.   

DWC in collaboration with Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka are implemented this online service.

For obtaining e–service, please  visit or after the launch of the facility.

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Protected Areas

Yala National Park is the oldest national park in the Sri Lanka and it is extended over two provinces, namely Uva & Southern. It lies within Monaragala & Hambantota districts.Yala National Park covers about 97,880.7 hecters, the multifarious eco system ranging from the Moist Monsoon Forest to other natural compartment. Yala has been declared as a protected area in 1900 and it was a 389 km2 at that time. In 1909 Yala was declared as Sanctuary and gain gazette as a National Park in 25 th February 1938.

Yala National Park

Wilpttu National park is among the oldest and most important of protected areas in Sri Lanka. It also contains a number of important cultural sites. The sanctuary lies inland from the coast and is entirely within Northern Province. It is contiguous with the park, the intervening boundary being marked by the Moderagam Aru.

Wilpattu National Park

The Udawalawe National park which has acreage of 30,821 hectares, was declared as a National Park in 30 th June 1972 under the Fauna and Flora Protection ordinance. The park lies in the Rathnepura District in Sabaragamuwa Province Monaragala District in Uva Province. It forms of the largest conservation areas within these districts and largely comprises the lower and the immediate catchments of Udawalawe. The walawe reservoir is situated in the park and surface area of it at full supply level is about 3405 hectares.

Udawalawa NP

Horton plain, its surroundings forests and the adjoining Peak Wilderness, consolidate Sri Lanka’s most important catchment area of almost all the major rives. The plains are also of outstanding the habitats and endemic plants and animals representatives of the country wet and montage zones.

Horton Plains NP

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