Let us bump into the paradise of feathered friends which birdwatchers can witness a fantabulous and matchless experience. Among the National parks in Sri lanka Kumana has become a heavenly equatorial bird watching destination as it has been crowned as the most popular bird sanctuary. It records more than 430 bird species comprising endemic, resident and migrant birds which are able to watch over 200 species easily. Pelicans, painted storks, spoonbills, white ibis, herons, egrets and hundreds of little cormorants are the regular guests in National park and also a very rare black-necked stork has also been spotted at the swamp. The birdlife is supported by lagoons and tanks. This national park is also named as Yala East National Park. This precious treasure is positioned in south-east of Sri Lanka at a distance of 391 kilometers from Colombo. The gateway to Kumana National Park is at Panama. The park office is located at Okanda, 22km south of Panama. During April–July, tens of thousands of birds migrate to the Kumana. May to June is nesting season. This camp site gives truly an ff-the-beaten-track vibe. So this is a perfect opportunity to bag a blissful memory where you can profit some quality time as good as new experience.
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