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This dry monsoon forest is the home for hundreds of elephants in the country in addition to water buffalos, deer, mongooses, wild bores, butterflies and many more species. This national park was established in 1972 in order to preserve the water reservoirs around the region.  The Kalthote escarpment and Diyawinne fall continue to be the limelight of the park. This is a spectacular safari destination for nature lovers and conservationists.