Yala park is situated in the city of Yala, 260km South East of Colombo, and is a combination of a National Park as well as a strict nature reserve. According to Forbes Magazine, one of the main tourist attractions in Sri Lanka is its wildlife and Yala National Park is the most visited wildlife Park in the island. Along with the wide variety of birds, mammals and reptiles, you will also experience a range of forests, scrubs, lagoons, tanks and grasslands. Some of the most seen animals include leopards, elephants, sloth bears, jackals, peacocks, and crocodiles. Book your day tour of the Yala Jeep Safari now and experience the unforgettable!
Yala National Park | Sightseens | Famous beaches ,Hikkaduwa, Unawatuna, Mirrissa | Tangalle, stil finishing at Ahangama | Rural Villages
Inaugurated in 1938 as a National Park, the elite British previously used this area as a hunting ground. Today it has five blocks of wildlife sanctuary, two of which are open to the public. A jeep safari to the Yala National Park will present you with thrilling experiences of crashing monkeys on trees, peacocks dressed in their finest frocks and best of all, cunning leopards sliding quickly through the landscape.