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12 June 2020

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Elephant Transit Camp

C amp Established in 1995 by the Sri Lanka Department of Wildlife Conservation, their primary objective is to rehabilitate

orphaned elephant calves for ultimate release back into the wild. Supported by the Born Free Charity foundation UK, the Elephant Transit camp is gaining an excellent reputation for its sterling conservation work and the elephants here appear to be unexploited fortheir tourism or domestic uses.

Introduction of Wild Life and Nature In Sri Lanka

Many travellers choose Sri Lanka as a destination because of its very diverse wildlife. From flora to fauna, a lot of species are only endemic to Sri Lanka. Despite its small size, Sri Lanka claims of one of the highest rates of biological endemism in the world whether in plants or animals and is included amongst the top five-biodiversity hotspots in the world. Both tourists and locals come to nature reserves and forests to get a glimpse of rare creatures for maybe once in their whole lifetime.

Activities Near Thissa

Tissamaharama is located in the Hambantota district of the Southern province and was the capital of the ancient Ruhunu Kingdom in the 2nd century B.C. A scenic backdrop to Tissamaharama town is provided by the extensiveTissaWeva (lake) built by King Kavantissa 2,300 years ago. The town’s landscape is dominated by gigantic semi-circle shaped ancient Buddhist Dagobas (temples).

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Museums in South

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Yudaganawa Stupa

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Uda Walawe Safari

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Bundala National Park

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Buduruwagala

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