Yala National Park

Leopards - Yala National Park
Leopards - Yala National Park

Yala National Park is the second largest wild sanctuary in Sri Lanaka. Yala is situated in the southern part Sri Lanka and nearly 300km away from Colombo. This was declared as a sanctuary in year 1938. But British Government proclaimed this reserves in 1900.

Yala National Park Entrance
Yala National Park Entrance

Peacock  Family
Peacocks

You can see many abandoned irrigation tanks in Yala. Since this park is located by the sea, other than the fresh water tanks, there are many Salt water lagoons also located in.

Deer  Family at Yala
Deer Family

Yala is famous for leopards and this park is considered as the place where you can spot highest density of leopards in the world.

Elephant Rock
Elephant Rock

Python attempting to corss the jeep track
Python attempting to corss the jeep track. Seems he is not interested about this tiny bird.

Other than leopards, you can see Elephants, deer and sloth Bears in this park, You can easily spot crocodiles by the tanks and Many wild buffaloes also comes there for bath and relax. Wild boar families are commonly spotted by the tanks.

Yala National Park
Elephants at Yala

Elephants at Yala
Elephants at Yala

Yala National Park

Yala National Park

Leopards @ Yala National Park
Leopards @ Yala National Park

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