Yala National Park
€20.00 – €165.00
We will go for morning safari to Yala National Park – the most visited and the oldest national park in Sri Lanka (it was designated in 1900 as a wildlife sanctuary and got the status of national park in 1938). The park covers about 979 square kilometers. Yala is an ideal place for observing rare animals and birds in their natural environment.
We’ll go to Yala by the comfortable car or minivan, then we change to the jeep for Yala-safari.
Tour price depends on the number of participants. For example, if 2 persons participate the tour price would be 165,00 € for 1 person. Price for 1 child aged less than 12 is 85,00 €.
The price includes:
- Transfer by A/C car or minivan;
- Jeep-safari in Yala National Park;
- Entrance tickets to the sights specified in the tour program;
- Entrance tickets and transfer if you wish to visit the places outside the tour program;
- Meals, drinks and your private expenses.
The advance payment 20 eur per 1 person will guarantee your reservation of the tour.
Upon receipt of the advance payment we will send the order confirmation to your e-mail. While making the reservation, please specify in the field “Additional Notes” the number of participants, tour date, phone number of the contact person and other information you consider essential. The rest amount you can pay before the tour starts by cash (we accept Sri Lankan rupees, US dollars or EURO). If you wish to pay for all the trip by credit card, just let us know about that and we will send you all necessary information for the payment.
44 species of mammals live in the Yala park, among them: Sri Lankan elephants, leopards, bears, wild water buffaloes, spotted deer, wild boars, mongooses, monkeys, giant squirrels. Most elephants got used to cars therefore it is easy to watch them. Leopards like to rest at the top of Vepandeniya rock at dawn or at sunset. It is very often possible to meet gray langurs (or Hanuman monkeys) or toque macaques.
Water buffaloes and spotted deer could be seen near beautiful lakes. The coastal line of the park is visited by the sea turtles. Two crocodile species of Sri Lanka, mugger crocodile and saltwater crocodile inhabit the park. More than 200 bird species live in Yala, seven are endemic to Sri Lanka.
We arrange tours upon request, so please contact us using the contact form below or by phone and we will find the best solution for your tour
*Adult, *Child, AdvancePayment