If there is any place in Sri Lanka that is able to rival the savannah life of East African national park, it will be the Udawalawe. The national park is on the top list of most visited parks in the country and best known for its elephants. It actually surpasses the many famous East African parks with the number of tourists coming for elephants watching. Covering 30, 821 hectares of land area, the reserve shows its beauty in stacks and lacked vegetation, fortunately making it easier to spot wild animals when you do a safari game into the area. Udawalawe is a must-see place in the tear-shaped country of Sri Lanka.