Yala National Park is treated a one of the most premier tourist destination of Sri Lanka. Situated about 309 km from Colombo along the southeast cost. It covers an area of 129,700 hectares stretching Southern and Uva Provinces. The vegetation of the park is thorny scrub jungle which is interspersed by the secondary forest. Park is divided in to two parts Yala West and Yala East and it plays a major role conservation of flora and fauna of the county.
Yala west is treated as one of the best parks in the world to observe and photograph leopards. The best time to observer leopards at Yala is early morning and in the evening. Young male animals are no fear of the jeeps and often seen walking along the park. A Full day jeep safaris arranged by us with a reliable guide will definitely allow you to view and photograph this magnificent animals.
Among other animals park is also home to elephants, spotted deer, barking deer, sloth bear, Wild buffalo, wild boar. More than 120 species of birds are living in the park, among them Paradise Flycatchers, Crested Hawk Eagles, Lesser Flamingos, Black Bitterns, Jungle Fowl, Brown-capped Babbler.
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