Yala rahvuspark Private Safari
Yala rahvuspark Private Safari
(SKU: LK50C00F1E) A Yala National Park Safari takes you on a tour inside Sri Lanka's 2nd largest national park. The park is reputed as the national park with the highest concentration of leopards in Sri Lanka and is also home to a wide variety of animal and plant life.
- Private Safari Jeep (Maximum of 6 Passengers per jeep).
- Experienced Driver (Also your tracker).
- Free Pickup/Drop off from/to any location within the radius of 5 KM from the Palatupana Park Gate (GPS: 6°16'46.6"N 81°24'05.1"E).
- All taxes and service charges.
- Park entrance tickets.
- Hotel Pickup/Drop off from/to any location outside the radius of 5 KM from the Palatupana Park Gate. (GPS: 6°16'46.6"N 81°24'05.1"E)
- Food and drinks.
Our designated meeting point is the Palatupana Park Gate (GPS: 6°16'46.6"N 81°24'05.1"E) of the Yala National Park.
Safari Safety Guideline:
Please refer to our safari safety guideline to understand how animal safari tours operate.
Enjoy the unspoilt beauty outdoors in the tropical wilderness and witness the awe-inspiring moments of wildlife and magnificent nature with a Yala safari ride.
Offering you a Bazaar of Opportunities to spot the diversity of wildlife, Yala National Park is a perfect getaway for a complete change of scenery from your daily lifestyle. Reputed as the national park with the highest concentration of leopards in Sri Lanka, these lazy yet ferocious predators are the main highlight of a Yala Safari.
Presenting you fierce leopards throughout the park saturated with thorny shrubs, tall trees, scenic lagoons and golden sand dunes. The months from January to July is the season in which one can catch the most leopard sightings. Capture the glimpse of elusive leopards and watch the mud-bathing playful elephants. Apart from the sights of the majestic Elephant and Leopard, a Yala safari can bring you the astonishing sight of the exclusive Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Water Buffalo, Spotted Deer, Sambar Deer and Golden Jackal.
In addition to the mammal population, Yala is a true haven for migratory and resident birds including graceful Peacocks, Flamingos, Pelicans, Spoonbills, Painted Storks, rare Black-necked Storks, Grey Herons, Purple Herons, Night Herons, Darters, Garganeys, Whimbrels, Pigeons, Flycatchers and more.
Sit back and relax and be ready to capture the incredible sightings of wild animals roaming freely in the bush that won’t let you stop snapping your camera. Let us be your Yala safari buddy as we can arrange you a hassle free safari experience for a reasonable price.
4 Entry Points to Yala:
There are four Gates to the Park. Gates at Palatupana and Katagamuwa leading to Blocks 1 & 2 remain the most visited. However, the two Gates at Galge on the Buttala-Kataragama Road, covering Blocks 3 & 5 are becoming known among visitors who do not want to contribute to congestion. There are reports of frequent sightings of leopards on these routes, too.
Elephants on the Road:
If you are traveling on the Buttala-Kataragama Road, watch out for wild animals, especially elephants. This road literally runs through the park and some elephants are in the habit of soliciting fruits from motorists by standing across the road, allowing passage once appeased. However, elephants will give way when a vehicle approaches and are known to be well-mannered. Don’t assume every elephant venturing on to the road to be people-friendly. Drive cautiously; never alight your vehicle.