Yala National Park

Yala National Park in Sri Lanka is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts. Spanning over 1,000 square kilometers, it is the country’s second-largest and most visited national park. With its diverse range of ecosystems including grasslands, forests, wetlands, and lagoons, Yala offers visitors a chance to witness an incredible variety of wildlife. It is particularly famous for its population of leopards; in fact, Yala boasts one of the highest leopard densities in the world. Alongside these stunning big cats, one can also spot elephants, sloth bears, sambar deer, peacocks and crocodiles among many other species.
 
Apart from mammals, Yala National Park also supports an impressive bird population with over 200 recorded species. Jeep safaris are a popular way to explore this natural wonderland, allowing visitors to observe animals up close whilst enjoying breathtaking landscapes. If you’re looking for a thrilling adventure amidst nature, Yala National Park in Sri Lanka is the place to be!
 

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