Galway’s Land National Park
Simply, it is getaway in the heart of the city Nuwara Eliya. the park was initially declared to conserve the ecosystems and certain eco-groups considers that the Victoria Park Nuwara Eliya and Galway’s Land welcomes about 20 migrant rare bird species and houses 30 native bird species – which is considerable number. The park has some invaluable florals of native and foreign origins and could also be found near the Galway Forest Lodge.
The park was previously was known as a wildlife sanctuary and then was declared a National Park in 2006 and is one of the newest and the smallest national parks compared to others in Sri Lanka. Though the land size is not much a significant number of animals and birds are present making it an ideal bird watching site.
While you walk through this 57 hectare park the beautiful high rise trees and flowers blossoming around you would be a refreshing venture you can have at Nuwara Eliya. Avoid the rainy seasons and visit as you might not be able to see many wildlife or flowers at that season. Once again the April month could be ideal for your family walk via Galway’s Land National Park.