Bundala National Park is a prominent wintering ground for migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. The park harbors a myriad of birds, with up to 170 different species, including the greater flamingo, ibis, pelicans, painted storks, Black-necked Storks, sand-pipers, snipes, teals, and spoonbills. Other spectacular animals include majestic elephants, giant crocodiles, wild boars and cheerful monkeys.
The national park is a renowned hotspot among the avid birders. It is situated 245 kilometers from Colombo, and can be visited throughout the year.