Kumana National Park offers a fascinating environment that encourages tourists to visit. The park is known as a bird sanctuary and the western boundary of the park is aligned with the Kumbukkan Oya. One of the most beautiful places in the park is Kumana Lake. It is a natural mangrove swamp in 200 hectares.
The painted stork, Indian darter, black-headed Ibis are regular birds can be seen all around in Kumbukkan Oya. The park is considered a birding habitat and a bird breeding ground. During May and June, many birds are seen. The most sighted birds like a Eurasian Spoonbill, Asian open bill, lesser whistling, whether rock, little egret, little cormorant, common moorhen and many more migrate to the marshland. In addition, birds such as the Pintail Snipes are believed to migrate from Siberia.
It also includes mammals like leopards, herds of elephants, rusty-spotted fishing cat, and many other threatened species. There are you can see plants such as Ehela, Burutha, Nedun, kumbuk, palu and Weera trees. Also you can find a local guide to advent around the park.