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YALA NATIONAL PARK
 
 
 
WELCOME TO YALA NATIONAL PARK
 
Yala National Park, one of the island’s best-known reserves, and one of its biggest, encompass an area of 1,300 sq. km. This region known as the “dry zone” is dramatically different from the lush rice paddies and palm trees of the south coast. You will be forgiven for thinking you had stumbled onto an African plain. Here, the forests are dry thorn scrub, interspersed with small dusty glades – the ideal habitat to view Elephants, Sri Lanka’s biggest mammal. Other large animals such as the Leopard, Elk and the enigmatic Sloth Bear also frequent this area.

An abundance of Flora & Fauna, vast variety of tropical & migratory birds and fragile Butterflies could be seen. Look for Elephants, Wild Bears, Leopards, Jackals, Somber, Deer, Peacocks, or the Sleepy Crocodiles…………………………...
 
 
 
     
 
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