Day tour of Yala National Park


Yala National Park is undeniably one of the most popular in Sri Lanka. It is the country’s second largest and is famous for having the greatest proportion of leopards in the world. It covers approximately 979 square kilometers and is well-known not only for its leopard population, but also for the incredible variety of animals that call it home. It is highly recommended that we leave by 6.30am if you are staying in Negombo or Colombo, or by 7.30am if you are staying on the Southern Coast, in order to experience all of these unforgettable memories.

Locations covered

  • Yala National Park – Located approximately 300km’s from Colombo and about 170km’s from Galle, Yala National Park is a nature lover’s dream destination. The park contains five blocks, two of which are open to the public. The park is rich with all kinds of animals from leopards to wild boar, elephants, crocodiles and water buffalo, to even a huge variety of birds.
  • Galle City Tour – This seaside town located approximately 116km’s from Colombo and is a very popular destination for anyone who loves the sand and sea. Galle is a town rich with history, great sceneries and activities for any eager traveller. A place where the past and modern life, live in relative harmony and an exciting place to make to wonderful memories.


  • Transport to Yala from Colombo / South Coast and back
  • Lunch on tour
  • Entrance Fees to Yala National Park inclusive of the Jeep Hire


  • Anything that is not mentioned above
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