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Jungle Trekking in Yala Buffer Zone from Hambantota Harbor

Jungle Trekking in Yala Buffer Zone from Hambantota Harbor

Take this opportunity to get away from the busy city and feel; smell; hear and see the nature at its best. You will trail through thick bushes; under the shades of tall trees with one of our professional naturalists. This shore excursion will bring wilderness to your life with wildlife and scenery.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$61.54
From
$61.54

Evening Private Safari at Bundala Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Evening Private Safari at Bundala Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Bundala National Park is located approximately 15 Kilometers from Tissamaharama, the nearest resort town. In 2005 the park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, also designated a RAMSAR wetland its home to many migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. The most famous visitor being the greater flamingo's which arrives in large flocks up to a thousand birds at a time is, making a cacophony of noise with their feeding and covering the entire area of the main Bundala lagoon with a pinkish threadbare carpet, truly a sight to behold. The park contains 05 brackish water lagoons, Bundala being the best known and the best place to creep to watch elephants frolicking at dusk is the nearby tank called "Kokara", advice caution as the elephants found at Bundala is a little more aggressive due to human-elephant conflict in the area. Area is home to many plant species along with mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
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  • 4 to 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size

Morning Shared Safari at Bundala Park by La Safari Inn Tours.

Morning Shared Safari at Bundala Park by La Safari Inn Tours.

Bundala National Park is located approximately 85 Kilometers from Tangalle, the nearest resort town. In 2005 the park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, also designated a RAMSAR wetland its home to many migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. The most famous visitor being the greater flamingo's which arrives in large flocks up to a thousand birds at a time is, making a cacophony of noise with their feeding and covering the entire area of the main Bundala lagoon with a pinkish threadbare carpet, truly a sight to behold. The park contains 05 brackish water lagoons, Bundala being the best known and the best place to creep to watch elephants frolicking at dusk is the nearby tank called "Kokara", advice caution as the elephants found at Bundala is a little more aggressive due to human-elephant conflict in the area. Area is home to many plant species along with mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$38.98
From
$38.98

Full Day Shared Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Full Day Shared Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 10 to 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$57.44
per group
From
$57.44
per group

Full Day Private Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Full Day Private Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 10 to 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$85.13
Price varies by group size
From
$85.13
Price varies by group size

Evening Private Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Evening Private Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 4 to 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size

Evening private Safari at Udawalawe National Park by Jeep

Evening private Safari at Udawalawe National Park by Jeep

People who go to Udawalawe national park go for one reason, the elephants. Along with Minneriya National park, Udawalawe is the best place to see the large majestic mammals in Sri Lanka. The reason for this is the large man-made lake that is permanently present in Udawalawe. What makes Udawalawe special is that the elephants very often come very close to the vehicles, maybe the best overall experience, with elephants, Sri Lanka has to offer.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$66.67
Price varies by group size
From
$66.67
Price varies by group size

Morning Private Safari at Udawalawa National Park by La Safari inn Tours

Morning Private Safari at Udawalawa National Park by La Safari inn Tours

People who go to Udawalawe national park go for one reason, the elephants. Along with Minneriya National park, Udawalawe is the best place to see the large majestic mammals in Sri Lanka. The reason for this is the large man-made lake that is permanently present in Udawalawe. What makes Udawalawe special is that the elephants very often come very close to the vehicles, maybe the best overall experience, with elephants, Sri Lanka has to offer.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$62.57
Price varies by group size
From
$62.57
Price varies by group size

Morning Private Safari at Bundala Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Morning Private Safari at Bundala Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Bundala National Park is located approximately 15 Kilometers from Tissamaharama, the nearest resort town. In 2005 the park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, also designated a RAMSAR wetland its home to many migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. The most famous visitor being the greater flamingo's which arrives in large flocks up to a thousand birds at a time is, making a cacophony of noise with their feeding and covering the entire area of the main Bundala lagoon with a pinkish threadbare carpet, truly a sight to behold. The park contains 05 brackish water lagoons, Bundala being the best known and the best place to creep to watch elephants frolicking at dusk is the nearby tank called "Kokara", advice caution as the elephants found at Bundala is a little more aggressive due to human-elephant conflict in the area. Area is home to many plant species along with mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size

Morning 07 Hours Private Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Morning 07 Hours Private Safari at Yala National Park by La Safari Inn Tours

Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 6 to 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size

Evening Private Safari at Bundala Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Evening Private Safari at Bundala Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Bundala National Park is located approximately 15 Kilometers from Tissamaharama, the nearest resort town. In 2005 the park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, also designated a RAMSAR wetland its home to many migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. The most famous visitor being the greater flamingo's which arrives in large flocks up to a thousand birds at a time is, making a cacophony of noise with their feeding and covering the entire area of the main Bundala lagoon with a pinkish threadbare carpet, truly a sight to behold. The park contains 05 brackish water lagoons, Bundala being the best known and the best place to creep to watch elephants frolicking at dusk is the nearby tank called "Kokara", advice caution as the elephants found at Bundala is a little more aggressive due to human-elephant conflict in the area. Area is home to many plant species along with mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size

Evening Private Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Evening Private Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 4 to 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size

Full Day Private Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Full Day Private Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 10 to 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$85.13
Price varies by group size
From
$85.13
Price varies by group size

Morning 07 Hour Private Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Morning 07 Hour Private Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

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Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size
From
$59.49
Price varies by group size

Morning Shared Safari at Bundala Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Morning Shared Safari at Bundala Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Bundala National Park is located approximately 85 Kilometers from Tangalle, the nearest resort town. In 2005 the park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, also designated a RAMSAR wetland its home to many migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. The most famous visitor being the greater flamingo's which arrives in large flocks up to a thousand birds at a time is, making a cacophony of noise with their feeding and covering the entire area of the main Bundala lagoon with a pinkish threadbare carpet, truly a sight to behold. The park contains 05 brackish water lagoons, Bundala being the best known and the best place to creep to watch elephants frolicking at dusk is the nearby tank called "Kokara", advice caution as the elephants found at Bundala is a little more aggressive due to human-elephant conflict in the area. Area is home to many plant species along with mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$38.98
From
$38.98

Full Day Shared Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Full Day Shared Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 10 to 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$57.44
From
$57.44

Evening Private Safari at Udawalawe National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Evening Private Safari at Udawalawe National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

People who go to Udawalawe national park go for one reason, the elephants. Along with Minneriya National park, Udawalawe is the best place to see the large majestic mammals in Sri Lanka. The reason for this is the large man-made lake that is permanently present in Udawalawe. What makes Udawalawe special is that the elephants very often come very close to the vehicles, maybe the best overall experience, with elephants, Sri Lanka has to offer.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$66.67
Price varies by group size
From
$66.67
Price varies by group size

Morning Private Safari at Udawalawa National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Morning Private Safari at Udawalawa National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

People who go to Udawalawe national park go for one reason, the elephants. Along with Minneriya National park, Udawalawe is the best place to see the large majestic mammals in Sri Lanka. The reason for this is the large man-made lake that is permanently present in Udawalawe. What makes Udawalawe special is that the elephants very often come very close to the vehicles, maybe the best overall experience, with elephants, Sri Lanka has to offer.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$63.59
Price varies by group size
From
$63.59
Price varies by group size

Morning Private Safari at Bundala Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Morning Private Safari at Bundala Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Bundala National Park is located approximately 15 Kilometers from Tissamaharama, the nearest resort town. In 2005 the park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, also designated a RAMSAR wetland its home to many migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. The most famous visitor being the greater flamingo's which arrives in large flocks up to a thousand birds at a time is, making a cacophony of noise with their feeding and covering the entire area of the main Bundala lagoon with a pinkish threadbare carpet, truly a sight to behold. The park contains 05 brackish water lagoons, Bundala being the best known and the best place to creep to watch elephants frolicking at dusk is the nearby tank called "Kokara", advice caution as the elephants found at Bundala is a little more aggressive due to human-elephant conflict in the area. Area is home to many plant species along with mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size
From
$48.21
Price varies by group size

Morning 07 Hour Shared Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

Morning 07 Hour Shared Safari at Yala National Park by Yala La Safari Tours

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Not only do you have the best chance of seeing a Sri Lankan leopard, but you also have a very high chance of seeing elephants. We went during a period of time that Yala national park was experiencing a mini-drought. This meant that the elephants were further inside the park around the permanent lakes and not need the main roads. Even then, we still managed to spot a lone male grazing in amongst the trees. If you go to Yala when there are not experiencing a drought then you will certainly see herds of elephants roaming around the park in plain sight.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$38.98
From
$38.98

Udawalawe National Park Safari from Yala

Udawalawe National Park Safari from Yala

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(SKU: LK60141300) Udawalawe National Park, the sixth largest animal sanctuary of Sri Lanka, is located 112 miles (180 km) from Colombo in south-central sector of the island. The park is situated just south of the Central Highlands, of which escarpment brings about an enrapturing backdrop. Udawalawe National Park established in the year 1972 with the objective of protecting the catchment area of Udawalawe reservoir, which provides water for agriculture and hydro-power generation spreads over an area 30,821 resembling an African game park.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
From
$100.00
Price varies by group size
From
$100.00
Price varies by group size

Yala National Park Safari from Udawalawe

Yala National Park Safari from Udawalawe

(SKU: LK60260100) This safari takes you on a wonderful wildlife experience in Yala National Park, the second largest national park in Sri Lanka. Get a chance to see the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard. Drive past grazing wild elephants.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$75.00
Price varies by group size
From
$75.00
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Udawalawe National Park Private Safari with Naturalist

Udawalawe National Park Private Safari with Naturalist

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(SKU: LK50A02000) Enjoy a guided safari with our naturalist, Ruwan joining you in the back of the jeep and provide uninterrupted commentary during the safari, where you have a chance to explore the amazing Udawalawe National Park. Travel through the marshes, forests, and grasslands of the park that was created as a sanctuary for wildlife in the 1970s. The park is famous for its Sri Lankan elephants and with Ruwan you can learn all about the gentle giants and what makes the Sri Lankan elephant different from its Indian and African cousins. Although famous for its elephants, Udawalawe National Park is a famous birdwatching hotspot. Ruwan is a trained bird watcher with a hawk eye to spotting Udawalawe's most exotic collection of birds. Be sure not to miss out on the park's avian life.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$24.00
Price varies by group size
From
$24.00
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Morning safari - Bundala National Park - 05.30 am to 10.00 Am

Morning safari - Bundala National Park - 05.30 am to 10.00 Am

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The people who like to do see more birds , nice lands capes without other safari jeeps this is best tour.
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  • 3 to 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
From
$51.29
From
$51.29

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