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Yala National Park is also known as the Ruhunu National Park and is one of the biggest jungles in the country.  Set in the southeast of Sri Lanka, it is a 305 km drive from Colombo. Elephants are the Park’s main attraction although leopards are seen frequently and sloth the bear occasionally. Yala is also home to hundred species of birds, endemic and foreign, including the jungle fowl, Sri Lanka’s national bird, and flocks of peacocks. Yala also has a beach front and swamps haunted by crocodiles

Yala Luxury Jeep Safari – Morning in sri lanka
Yala Luxury Jeep Safari – Morning
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The Yala National Park Also Host One Of The Highest Densities Of Leopard In The World! Among Yala’s 44 Plus Mammals, This Prince Of Big Cats Still M ...
Yala Standard Jeep Safari – Evening in sri lanka
Yala Standard Jeep Safari – Evening
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The Yala National Park Is Home To Over 215 Species Of Dry Zone Birds Including The Migrant Waders. What’s More, The Park Also Host One Of The Highes ...
Yala Luxury Jeep Safari – Evening in sri lanka
Yala Luxury Jeep Safari – Evening
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The Yala National Park Also Host One Of The Highest Densities Of Leopard In The World! Among Yala’s 44 Plus Mammals, This Prince Of Big Cats Still M ...
Explore Situlpawwa in sri lanka
Explore Situlpawwa
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Situlpawwa Rock Temple, Located In The Yala National Park, In The Deep South Of Sri Lanka Is A Significant Buddhist Site Built In The Second Century B ...
Udawalawe Jeep Safari in sri lanka
Udawalawe Jeep Safari
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The Udawalawe National Park Is A Sanctuary For Wild Animals As Well As A Protection For The Catchment Area Of The Reservoir. Udawalawe Is An Important ...
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Bundala Jeep Safari in sri lanka
Bundala Jeep Safari
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An Important Bird Area (Iba) In The South Indian And Sri Lankan Wetlands, The Park Hosts 197 Species Of Birds Of Which 58 Are Migratory…