Yala was one of the best days in my Sri Lanka Trip 2016. We saw 2 lepards many elephants birds and a lot of more beautiful animals Than we went also to a beach. Really beautiful. I would recommend it to everyone who wanna go...More
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We spent one full day here. Perhaps the downside is that Yala is a bit crowded but as far as wildlife is concerned this is a paradise. We saw many different types of animals and had a wonderful meal near the lake during lunch time.
Pick up at 4.30 at your hotel, way to the park takes 1 hour, 4 hours in the park, 1 hour back. We saw: elephants, deers, crocodiles, buffalos, peacocks, a lot of colorful , beautiful beards, a lot of monkeys. It was long, dusty, exhausting...More
Yala Leopard Paradise organizes trips to Yala NP. This guy promises you that you will go with the super luxereous jeep but the next morning he picks you up with a normal jeep because he says that his car is broken. After the trip we...More
I went to a tour for Yala national park with JEEP and a local guide. But it was only an off-road tour. You can see every those animal which you expect even in city and around I see there eagle, monkey, dear and crocodile from...More
We set off at 5.30am and arrived a short while later at Yala. We were not the first! There was a long line of jeeps waiting to go in. Don't let this put you off. We still felt we got a good trip although we...More
On our trip to yala, we learnt the main blocks were closed and as such we chose to explore the adjoining bandala national park instead The park professes it has little wildlife but birds and lives up to that Unless a bird watcher, this park...More
As it was october only block 5 of yala was open. We didn't see a leopard, but we saw a lot of deers, monkeys, buffalo's, birds, elephants, crocodiles, eagles, giant squirls and jackals. Very good guide, but the nature in the park was not very...More
Visited here as part of an overnight tour excursion with See Lanka Tours. We had a wonderful time watching elephants in their natural habitat, plenty of monkeys, deer, the odd mongoose or two, peacocks, snake eagles, fish eagles and crocodiles. No leopards were seen that...More