- Overnight accommodation at camping tent.
- Drop off at your next destination (only in the cities mentioned above)
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the campsite
- Morning and evening game drive in customized safari game viewing vehicle
- Naturalist/game ranger as your personal guide
- Snacks and drinks on game drives
- Water, fruit juices and other soft drinks
- Wine and beer during the dinner
- All park entry fees
- All government taxes and service charge
Small tracking around the camping site
Chainar huts and farm visiting
bout ride in the lake
Fishing in the lake
Yala National Park
YALA is among the oldest and best known National Parks in Sri Lanka. Spanning over 1297 km or 129,700 hectares, it is the largest accumulation of protected areas in the country. The diversity of its ecosystems ranges from moist to dry monsoon forests, semi deciduous forests, thorn forests, grasslands, fresh water, marine wetlands and sandy beaches. Two main rivers known as the Kumbukkan Oya and the Manik Ganga flows through the Park and is the main source of water for fauna and flora alike.
Yala National Park is the best location in the world for a leopard safari. The population density is as high as one place in the leopard, which is where you will likely go on your leopard safari. These fantastic animals, which are the largest leopards in Asia and are endemic to the Sri Lanka, can be observed on a leopard safari in the early morning or at dusk. It is estimated that there are between 300-350 leopards at Yala National Park. Many days can be spent on a leopard safari here.