The reserve thus provides an important habitat for many Sri Lankan elephants with many attracted to the park because of the reservoir.
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One of the highlights of the elephant experience is the safari day to Udawalawe National Park.
The national park was specifically created to provide a sanctuary for the wild animals displaced by the construction of the Udawalawe Reservoir.
Typically, coconut shells are used to scrub the elephant’s skin to ensure they are nice and clean.
The elephants enjoy this part of the day the most as it is like a massage for them!
We will also stop on the way to buy fruit for the elephant to eat on arrival as well. You will have the chance to prepare the meals, cut the fruits and hand-feed the elephants. Walking – The elephants need to walk a certain distance each day in order to keep up their health.
You will assist the mahout in walking the elephants around the project site or through the village to the river, giving them the daily exercise they need.
You will also have the chance to play with the elephants in the stream and communicate with the elephants through some of the commands you have learnt – an absolutely incredible experience to be part of!