A brief look

Yala is Sri Lanka's most visited and biodiversity-rich national park. It stretches all the way to the southeast coast, creating the ideal combination of marsh, rainforest, and coastal animals. The major attraction of Yala National Park is its huge leopard population, which is one of the most densely populated in the world. On a Yala safari, you may easily see elephants, water buffalo, sambar deer, peacocks, and crocodiles. Yala National Park and its satellite parks encompass some of the most important historical and archeological sites in southern Sri Lanka. There is evidence of former civilizations here, including as irrigation reservoirs from the fifth century and stupas from the second century.

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