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Yala National Park

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Experience the wild side of Sri Lanka

Yala National Park, located in the south east of Sri Lanka and hugging the panoramic Indian Ocean, is one of the largest and most famous national parks in the country. The park is divided into five sectors, of which two are currently open to visitors on guided 4x4 jeep safaris which give the opportunity to view wildlife.

Why visit?

  • Chance to see leopards
  • Epic experience
  • Untamed world of wildlife
  • Varied beautiful terrain
  • Choice of accommodation
  • Game drives
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Wild Coast Tented Lodge - Cocoon Bedroom

Wild Coast Tented Lodge


A luxurious lodge on the edge of Yala National Park.

Chena Huts  - Overview

Chena Huts by Uga Escapes


A luxury lodge with just 14 cabins, enjoy the game drives on offer.

Jetwing Yala - Pool Exterior

Jetwing Yala

Silver Plus

This is an eco-friendly hotel, situated on the outskirts of Yala National Park.

Cinnamon Wild - Cottages with Sea and Lake

Cinnamon Wild


Bordering the Yala National Park close to the town of Kirinda, this is a true nature resort.

Ekho Safari Tissa - Aerial

Ekho Safari Tissa


Located in Tissamaharama, just a 30 minute drive from the Yala National Park.

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The facts:

Getting there: The driving time to Uda Walawe is around 4 hours 30 minutes from Nuwara Eliya.

Best time to travel: Uda Walawe can be visited throughout the year, however migrant birds can only be seen between November and March.

Yala Climate:

Yala Climate Chart