Looking to spot wildlife away from restricting and often artificial zoo environments? Then plan a safari to Yala National Park in Sri Lanka and look forward to an unforgettable adventure! Getting to the Park The main entrance is in Palatupana which is around 305 km from the commercial capital, Colombo. While you will need a..
The tiny island nation is perfect with a tropical climate, incredible cuisines, sandy beaches and dramatic mountains. Here’s why you should be making a visit to the island sooner and not later. 1. Tropical Climate The climate is warm and mild and balmy all year round and can get comfortably cold in the highlands…
Sri Lanka is home to a variety of flora and fauna and thus the nation places considerable emphasis on protecting its fragile and pristine natural ecosystems. One of the best ways to explore its natural beauty is by joining Wildlife Safaris. Read on to know about few of them. Yala Wildlife Safari Composed of light..
The most loved mammal in Sri Lanka is the elephant, with an elephant population of around 2500 to 3000. There are several places around the country to see elephants, listed below are a few of these sanctuaries. Yala Located in the south-eastern corner of the island, Yala is found 309 kilometres south of Colombo. The..
Despite its small size, Sri Lanka boasts of stunning environs which change from misty mountains, rustic coasts to dense jungles. Within these the most exotic wildlife creatures exist! Yala National Park For those who want to spot a leopard, there will be no better place than this! Don’t get excited as you get closer to..
Both trodden and untrodden paths of jungles in Sri Lanka hold an abundance of adventure and intrigue. Despite its small size, the country boasts a wide variety of wildlife. Do read on! Yala National Park If you want to spot a Sri Lankan leopard, there will be no better place than the Yala National Park!..