Often touted as Sri Lanka’s newest national park, the Galway’s Land National Park is located within the city limits of Nuwara Eliya. It is a very significant bird watching site since it houses almost 20 very rare migrant birds and 30 native species. This is a dense patch of mountain forest and is renowned for its birdlife as well as plant and animal life.
It was previously known as a wildlife sanctuary and was declared a national park in 2006. It is a very experience to talk around this park with its lush green trees and beautifully blooming flowers. This place thus holds great attraction for the locals and the tourists alike. It is home to a wide variety of bird species which includes both native species as well as foreign varieties. You can easily spot birds flying around or just nesting and feeding their young ones.
Apart from the birds you can also see a wide range of endemic trees and flowers which exemplifies the beauty of this park. The clean atmosphere is sure to leave you feeling refreshed and recharged. This place deserves a visit for its spell-binding beauty, its scenic surroundings and the many variety of birds, plants and wild life.
The Galway’s Land National Park is a bird watcher’s dream come true!