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Shehan Safari

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Yala National Park, Sri Lanka
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About Shehan Safari
Shehan's Yala Safari Tours Sri Lanka is specializing in Eco-Tourism adventure tours that take you into the heart of the Sri Lankan wilderness. Our staff are experts in their fields and are more than willing to impart their knowledge on wildlife and photography with you. For our game drives we use Luxury customized jeeps driven and lead by our English-speaking drivers/guides who are dedicated to helping you seek out even the most hard to find wildlife in the park. Our jeeps can handle every type of terrain, give an excellent view,points for photographers.We invite you to explore and discover Sri Lanka abundant wildlife,including leopards,elephants and sloth bears as well as some of the world's best bird watching. Escape and truly become one with nature....
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Leopard Safari Tour in Yala National Park

Yala National Park boasts one of the densest populations of leopards in the world, and this great-value safari focuses on the spotted predator. At dawn and dusk, your driver/guide will search exclusively for leopards: Outside those times, look for elephants, sloth bears, crocodiles, monkeys, deer, and more. Choose between morning, afternoon, extended morning, and full-day tours, all with hotel transfers. The full-day option includes a picnic breakfast and lunch.
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5 to 14 hours
from $56.00

Private Half Day Tour: Udawalawe National Park with Elephant Transit Home Visit

Take a tour of Udawalawe National Park with Elephant transit home visit, one of Sri Lanka's largest animal sanctuaries. Because this is a private tour, you’ll have plenty of time to hear commentary about the wildlife you’ll see and ask questions. Keep an eye out for elephants, water buffalo, fox, leopards, and other animals from the comfort of a rugged 4x4 vehicle. Morning, Afternoon, or full-day options are available to suit your schedule.
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4 hours
from $77.07

One Day Safari Tour to Both Yala and Udawalawe National Parks

5:00am: You will be picked up from your hotel in Yala, Udawalawe, Tissamaharama, Palatupana, Kirinda, Weerawila, Hambantota and then proceed to Yala National Park

06:00am to 11am: Yala Morning game drive

12:00pm - Picnic Lunch

12:45pm - Drive to Udawalawe national park.

2:30pm to 5.45pm Udawalawe Game drive

6:00pm: Elephant Transit home visit

6:30pm: Departure and drop off to the hotel

We will pick up from your hotel or Make your way to the gate of Yala or Udawalawe National Park, where you’ll meet up with your private guide. Climb into a sturdy 4x4 vehicle, which gives access to all the rugged areas of the park and offers clear views of the animals.

A private guide means you and your party will receive personalized attention and have plenty of time to ask questions.
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12 hours
from $192.31

Lunugamwehera (Yala Block 5) Tour - Less Crowded National Park

This is the ideal place to visit if you are looking for a peaceful and less crowded national park for safari. Lunugamwehera also known as the block 5 of Yala national park has many scenic locations around the Weheragala Reservoir. You can see many birds and animals during your visit and highly recommend a safari here as you can experience wild life without any disturbances.
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4 to 12 hours
from $65.39

Bundala National Park Safari

See Sri Lanka’s ‘wild side’ during this flexible-length private tour to Bundala National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Discover more than 320 species of animals that call the park home, including elephants, crocodiles, flamingos, snakes, and more than 200 species of birds. Your trip includes a choice of morning, evening, and full-day excursions.
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4 to 12 hours
from $48.00
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rasika u wrote a review Sep 2020
Colombo, Sri Lanka5 contributions
Yala - the home of the Leopard, the Bear, the Elephant and countless birds. While elephants and birds are a plenty, only the lucky will see the leopard and the bear. We were very lucky with the tour with Shehan Safaris! Our driver is fantastic. A place for those who wish to relax close to nature. Well, its an exciting kind of relaxation where you leave the hotel before dawn! However, please remember, its their home, not our playground.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lahiru S wrote a review Sep 2020
Colombo, Sri Lanka4 contributions
First time I visited to Yala for campaign. Nice place to campaign. We were at Kosgasmankata. Safety good near by manik gaga. Fortunately see many animals there, highlight was to 5 leopards sightings. Thank you Shehan Safaris for excellent safari’s and organizing amazing camping tour.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kasun n C wrote a review Jun 2020
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Amazing park. It wasn't too busy with jeeps either. We saw elephants, leopards, mongooses, wild boar, water buffalo, crocodiles and lots of beautiful birds. We paid for a private jeep. We were also very lucky to have one of the best driver with us and he helped us spot the wildlife.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ruwini j wrote a review Jun 2020
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We had a fantastic tour with Shehan Safaris. We did a full day tour and we are lucky enough to find 4 leopards during the tour. Our driver is fantastic and had a excellent knowledge about the flora and fauna. We will definitely return.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Irosh T wrote a review May 2020
Colombo, Sri Lanka5 contributions
Ideal place to marvel at Asian elephants in their natural habitat. We went during mating season and saw hundreds of elephants- in large groups. Most of the park is left untouched by humans which is encouraging to see.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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