Sprawled across an impressive 36,900 hectares the Wasgamuwa National Park in Sri Lanka, is a popular safari hotspot in the region for a variety of reasons. Bordered by the Amban Ganga and the mammoth Mahaweli Ganga, the National Park is perhaps best known for its elephant population and bird watching tours. As the verdant home of other species, including spotted deer and purple-faced langur, the haven is also occupied by winged wonders of a thousand hues.