Angammedilla National Park
Angammedilla National Park is one of the new national stops in Sri Lanka. The area was assigned national stop on 6 June 2006. Initially Angammedilla was a woodland save inside the Minneriya-Girithale Sanctuary announced on 12 February 1988. The recreation center is announced principally to secure the waste bowl of Parakrama Samudra. Angammedilla likewise secures the seepage bowls of Minneriya and Girithale water system tanks, water sources in Sudu Kanda (Sinhala for “White slope”) and natural surroundings and untamed life of the contiguous woods. It is found 225 kilometers (140 mi) far from Colombo in Polonnaruwa District.