Udawalawe Nationalpark Elefant Trail, Udawalawa
(4.3/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • The tour we purchased at travel agencies in Unavatuně as a set, with transportation to the Park, with the payment for a Jeep with a driver and an entry fee applies to the park with a guide. Everything goes fine in total (not counting the early morning routine ...:-).) We arrived at the parking lot at the park where the driver was waiting for us with a jeep, we reached the cashier, paid the entry fee and vyfasovali Guide. Right after the entrance gate to the Park the first elephants, buffaloes tumbling in the water and a lot of other animals. We spent nearly 4 hours in the Park, they had elephants on 2 meters from each other, etc. The wizard always showed us where what the animal is, some we have ourselves not as fact. When we wanted to take pictures at any time, the driver stopped, nothing was a problem. But then when we approached back to the gate of the Park, the wizard several times reiterated that the tour is so over. It was clear to us that suggests that should get some "tip" (tip), as is customary in Sri Lanka. We gave him RS 200, making him but probably offended, he began to say that it is a little that he usually give tourists so 2,000-RS 2,500. We explained again that we are paid for from the Agency's full service and that this actually gets us really. He was obviously a lot of upset, so given his behavior eventually did not get nor those RS 200. As we later read the reviews, are the guides in parks from some tourists as follows "spoiled" and expect too much.
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  • Beautiful National Park, which was moderately frequented during our visit in November 2016, so I relaxed observation was possible. Real guide however decisive. Can recommend Ubul private organic House. Price / performance, knowledge and very good knowledge of English.
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  • We got the Council to go on safari in the afternoon because that's when you'll see the most animal-though it was mid day anyway because we were expecting rain. The Safari takes about 2.5 hours and we saw elephants, crocodiles, buffaloes, Dan Hylander, pelicans. Just right when you have children who may not have the energy to sit still and silent for a long time.
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