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Yala has become Sri Lanka’s most visited national park mainly due to the number of leopards that can be spotted during a jungle safari.
As you will be stepping in to wild life territory, do keep in mind that you are the guests here and refrain from polluting or feeding any animals.
If you’re planning a leopard safari in Sri Lanka, then Yala National Park is definitely the place to go, as there it is one of the only parks on the island with a large number of leopards.
For those looking for a reputable service, tour agencies such as Jetwing Eco Holidays will be able to provide you with a safe and responsible safari tour, as some of the safari jeeps are known to create havoc inside the park, putting the animals’ lives at risk simply for a picture.
While you may be keen to see leopards, these wild animals may not always be around when and where you want them to. Appreciate the chance of seeing other animals of the park like deer, sloth bears, elephants, crocodiles, birds and so much more!
You are not permitted to get off the vehicle at any point during the safari. The park will provide a tracker for every safari jeep. The park opens at 6am and closes at 6pm.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world.