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Location: Yala National Park is located 305 km south of Colombo. The gateway to Yala National Park is Tissamaharama

The entrance to Yala National Park is located at Palatupana, 27km from Tissamaharama that is most famous one. And also one Galge entrance in kataragama buttala road. And Katagamuwa entrance in Kataragama Situlpawwa road.

Yala national park is srilanka’s second largest national park area of 378 sq miles. It is the famous nation park for leopard sighting throughout the year. Birdwatching is done year round. During the period of October to March thousands of migrant birds arrive to escape the winter in the northern hemisphere. Wild elephants are seen the year round at Yala National Park.During the dry season of May to August elephants are seen in herds around the waterholes. Among the resident mammals of Yala National Park are wild boar, sloth bears, wild buffaloes, macaque and langur monkeys, jackals, mongooses, pangolins, porcupines, rabbits and wild cats.

Closed period Yala National Park is usually closed annually during the period of 1st September to 15th October (it can be changed with the climate)
Day tour – morning 06:00 to evening 05:00
Half day tour – Morning 06:00 to 11:00 / Afternoon 02:30 to evening 06:00


This National Park is very popular among visitor for elephants because, they can be observed even at mid day. Herds of elephants can ve seen along the river during the dry season which is usually between May and September. Birdlife is in plenty, but once again difficult to observe when on the ground due to the tall grass

The main entrence to the park is situated at the Udawalawe, Thanamalwila road about 11km from Udawalawe Junction which is southern boundary of the park. The park is therefore only 115 miles from Colombo.

The most prominent feature is the Kalthote escarpment and spectacular Diyawinne fall to the north Ulagala and in the west of the park. The park is situated in the dry zone. There is a short dry period in February-March. Sometimes that period is prolonged from mid May to end of September. This is mences with intermonsoon in the month of September. This is followed by Northeast monsoon rain in November to mid January. Due to conventional activity, the rainfall can occur during April-May. The annual average temperature is about 32 ° C and it can uniform throughout the year

Half day tour – Morning 06:00 to 11:00 / Afternoon 02:30 to evening 06:00



Wilpattu National Park is located 183km north of Colombo, along the North-west coast lowland dry zone in the North-central province of Sri Lanka. Wilpattu National Park can be reached by Colombo-Puttalama (A12) road, then taking the turn at 45km post and continue traveling along the road B028 for about 8 Kms.

Being srilanka’s largest national park in srilanka its covers nearly are of 1317sq km. There are approximately 30 species of mammals in the Wilpattu National Park which include the Sri Lankan Elephant, Sri Lankan Leopard, Lankan Sloth Bear, Sri, Spotted Deer, Buffalo, Sambar and Mongoose.
Wetland bird species found in the Wilpattu National Park include the Garganey, Pin tail, Whistling Teal, Spoonbill, White Ibis, Large White Egret, Cattle Egret and Purple Heron. Also, many species of Gulls, Terns, Owls, Kites and Eagles are also lives here. The endemic Sri Lanka Jungle fowl, Little Cormorant and the Painted Stork can also Can be seen.

The Wilpattu National Park is situated in the dry zone but most of the time flora is very greenish and has plenty of water sources. The period between September to December is the rainy season while intermonsoonal rains are expected between March to May. The period of drought in the Park extends from June to early September. Though this National Park can be visited throughout the year, February to October is the prime time.

Day tour – morning 06:00 to evening 05:00 Half day tour – Morning 06:00 to 11:00 / Afternoon 02:30 to evening 06:00


The Gal Oya is a 108 km (67 mi) long river, in South east Sri Lanka. It is the 16th longest river in Sri Lanka.
The river was dammed in 1948 as part of the Gal Oya scheme. The dam created the Senanayake Samudra — the largest reservoir in Sri Lanka.The Gal Oya project resulted in the formation of the 100,000 acre Gal Oya basin. This basin has since been used for cultivating paddy, chillies, sugarcane and potatoes.
The Gal Oya National Park in the vicinity has a wide variety of wildlife including bears, leopards and elephants.

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Minneriya National Park is located 182 km away from Colombo in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka. The major city closest to Minneriya National Park is Polonnaruwa.

The renovated vast ancient Minneriya Rainwater Reservoir that irrigates the considerable area of the district of Polonnaruwa is the focal point of the Minneriya National Park and its covered an area of 8,890 hectares.

Being part of the elephant corridor which joins up with Kaudulla and Wasgomuwa parks, Minneriya National Park gives the opportunity to see herds of Elephants throughout the year.May to October is the best period to visit Minneriya National Park in view of the famous Gathering of the wild elephants.

The gathering of the elephants is a wildlife enthusiast’s joy and photographer’s dream. Small herds gather around the water tank, forming one giant mass of elephant grey. Watching the playful jumbos drink, bathe, jostle and hustle is heart-warming and a great memory within what will be a varied itinerary of contrasting highlights. Not just a playground for jumbos, you may also catch sight of some of the other 24 mammals that make their home in the park, including toque macaque monkeys, spotted deer, sambar deer, wild buffalo, porcupine, wild boar and mongoose. Leopards are also found in the park, although less prolific than those found in Yala. the birdlife of the park is also impressive, with over 160 species, including kingfishers, hornbills and jungle fowl, many of which like to fish in the shallows waters around the water tank.

Journey – Morning 06:00 to 11:00 / Afternoon 02:30 to evening 06:00

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