The Park of Adam’s Bridge
Adam’s Bridge Marine National Park
is a National Marine Park that surrounds the called Rama’s Bridge, which almost unites northern Sri Lanka with the Indian Continent.
It became a National Marine Park on June 22, 2015 with an area of 18,990 hectares.
Many migratory birds follow the Pamban-Adam’s Bridge-Mannar Island route when flying to or from Sri Lanka.
The sand dunes of Adam’s Bridge are also used as a breeding area for birds.
Numerous varieties of fish and marine herbs thrive in the shallow waters of the Adam-Adam’s Bridge.
Around Adam’s bridge we will observe dolphins, dugongs and turtles.
The Caspian tern is the largest tern in the world.
Its large coral red beak makes it one of the most easily identifiable terns in its entire world range
Sri Lanka is indeed the perfect place for children and for people who like animals and nature.
This country is incredibly green.
It is impossible not to find elephant herds on safari or even on the same road traveling.
It is also very easy to see leopards, macaques and other types of monkeys, giant squirrels, jackals, etc. etc
Furthermore, walking with children and adults through the Peradeniya Botanical Garden is a delight. Along with the giant trees and millions of plants, we will also find monkeys and other animals in this immense place.