Sri Lanka is a small country, yet teemed with wildlife. It has 26 national parks, The most famous ones are Yala, Wilpattu, Udawalawe and Minneriya. Holding Eight UNESCO World Heritage sites, including Sinharaja Forest biosphere reserve, designated by UNESCO. It covers only a small portion of the island, 88.64 km2 to be precise, but they’re home to half of all endemic and native species, including elusive cats and slender loris. If you are looking for a leopard safari, Yala and Wilpattu are the best in terms of spotting leopards mainly due to its leopard density. Yala has its prime advantage because it is more like a savanna, mostly scattered with shrubs, grasslands and occasional big trees. If you are in to elephants best parks are Udawalawe and Minariya.