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For a relatively small country, Sri Lanka has a high population of elephants – over 4,000.
Elephants play a big part in Sri Lankan culture and have been trained for religious, commercial and domestic purposes for thousands of years.
Given the history some of these elephants have had, we do not endorse or allow any commercial riding of the elephant to take place at the project.
However, on your last day at the project we give you the option to climb aboard on an elephant in the river where you are able to make yet more amazing photos and memories!
The project fees for the programme are used to fund the care of the elephants.
As the elephants are older, they require regular health checks.
The reserve thus provides an important habitat for many Sri Lankan elephants with many attracted to the park because of the reservoir.