The Makara Kata or Makaraya, Dragon mouth in Sinhala is a whirlpool created by water flowing into a natural tunnel,Where Gal Oya falls to the senanayaka samudraya reservoir at Inginiyagala.
Makaraya can be best viewed crossing the Senanayake Samudraya by boat from Inginiyagalaas an alternative method of accessing the Gal Oya National Wildlife Park. On this route is the Bird’s Island,an island amidst the reservoir used by birds for nesting. Elephants braving waters of Senanayaka Samudraya to reach the island for feeding too is a common sight at dusk in the dry seasons. Makaraya is also one of the four main camping sites at Gal Oya Wildlife Park and one favoured by ardent bird and elephant watchers.
Things To Do: Wildlife, bird watching, photography, camping and boat ride.
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