Ussangoda National Park

Posted on February 13, 2018
CategoryNational Parks
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Ussangoda National Park

Ussangoda National Park is the most up to date and the 21st national stop in Sri Lanka. The destinations of building up the new national stop are giving long haul security to the region’s organic, archeological and topographical esteems. The recreation center outskirts the Kalametiya Wildlife Sanctuary in the east.

In Hindu folklore, Ussangoda is accepted to be where King Ravana lands his peacock chariot. Ussangoda is an imperative reproducing ground for ocean turtles and covers both land and ocean territories. The red earth frames the dirt of the territory and the hindered vegetation is an element came about by overwhelming ocean breeze. There are a few archeological locales of the birthplaces in the pre-noteworthy circumstances too. The clarification for red soil is a high centralization of Ferric oxide in the territory. Ussangoda is one of the four serpentine destinations in Sri Lanka. The region is proposed to be assigned as a Geopark initially. However because of the zone’s biodiversity and other critical highlights, for example, archeological and geological esteems rather Ussangoda had been pronounced a national stop.

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