The first Safari Park in Sri Lanka will be opened tomorrow. It has been built at Ridiyagama in Hambantota. The Safari Park is situated on a 500 acre plot of land at Ridiyagama in Hambantota. Animals can move freely in the Safar Park built at a cost of 1,450 million rupees. The park is being built under two phases. African Lion Zone, Sri Lanka Elephant Zone and World Zone built under first phase will be opened tomorrow. Lions were released to the African Zone yesterday. Under the second phase, African, Asian, Australian Zones and small animal kingdom would be built. A special bus service will be available for the tourists to move around the park. The park consists of all facilities such as animal hospitals, internal road network and vehicle parks. Waste disposal methodologies have been introduced to protect the environment.