Another of the famous and popular national parks that is located in Sri Lanka, Yala National Park also provides another location to jump in to the world of nature isolated from the impacts of man.
Discover the wide array of animals that roam this area including Elephants, Leopards and Water Buffalo to name a few. Birds of Prey also frequent the park in order to hunt for food and include the White Bellied Sea Eagle, Black Necked Stork, Painted Storks and Waders.
This national park separates itself from others through the diversity of its landscape. The park features not only green areas but also sandy beaches, freshwater lakes, scrubland and rivers that allow for a range of different types of animals to occupy the reserve.
Yala is also famous for having the world’s highest concentration of Leopards, but seeing one can be difficult unless you are lucky as these creatures mainly operate in the night and stay hidden during the day.
A visit to Yala National Park provides visitors to Sri Lanka with the perfect opportunity to discover the variety of animals that call the country their home in an environment that is untampered by man.
Wildlife Parks/Reserves in Sri Lanka