As well as, leopards, sloth bears, Sambhur, spotted and barking deer, wild boar, Torque Macaque, Purple-faced leaf monkey and wild buffalo are also found here. Lesser Adjutant, Woolly necked stork, Openbill, painted stork, Racket tailed Drongo, Yellow-fronted barbet & Sri Lanka jungle fowl are among the over 100 species of birds found within the park.
Maduru Oya National Park can be reached through Matale and Hettipola. Another route from Colombo to Kurunegala, Dambulla, Habarana, Polonnaruwa via Manampitiya. Main access from the north is from Manampitiya located on the Polonnaruwa-Batticaloa highway. Maduru Oya National Park is closer to Wasgamuwa National Park.
There are two circuit bungalows and one residence hall at the park office in front of Maduru Oya reservoir. Ulhitiya campsite is available for nature lovers. You can experience BBQ dinners, nature walks, photographs, paintings, filming, jeep safari, bird watching, etc.
Ancient Maduru Oya sluice, Wasgamuwa National Park, Maduru Oya wildlife museum, Vadda Village – Dambana, Somawathiya Temple, Henanigala, Kudawila, Gurukumbura, Ulketangoda, and Werapokuna buddhist ruins of shrines, temples, dagaba, statues, and hermitages, Polonnaruwa Acient ruins are the other attractions around Maduru Oya National Park.
Rtahkinda Bungalow, Gal Oya Lodge, Hotel Lake Jay, Monty Hotel, Arugam Bay Surfing Resort, Safari Inn Hotel Inginiyagala,Coco Bay Hotel, Raja Wewa Hotel, Terrel Residencies, Thompukandam Village Resort, The Danish Villa Hotel, Grand Villa Arugambay,
Wild Life Safari, Flora & Fauna, Camping Site, Nature, Sri Lanka, Biodiversity, Sightseeing, National Park, Eco-Tourism