Popular Safari Packages

Morning Safari

Morning safari (5 hours)
About 05.30am we start the safari for the day. We reach to ticket center about 06.00am and enter the park by 06.00am. We try to see leopards, elephants, crocadiles, bears, deers, birds and other animals.

We arrive the Weheragala dam about 08.00am for a short break (about 15 minutes) where you can take your breakfast and have a little walk on the dam. We continue our safari again and at about 10.00am we return to your hotel.

Morning safari tour rate - 40 US Dollars

Afternoon Safari

Afternoon safari (5 hours)
We start our safari about 02.15pm and will arrive the ticket counter by 03.00pm and enter to the park 03.00pm. We hope to see birds, elephants, deers, bears and specially the leopards during the late hours of afternoon safari.

We go to the weheragala dam about 05.00pm for a short break and start the safari again and return to hotel around 07.00pm.
Yala afternoon safari tour rate- 40 US Dollars

Full Day Safari

Full day safari (14 hours)
About 05.20am we start the safari for the day. We reach to ticket center about 06.00am and enter the park by 06.00am. We try to see leopards, elephants, crocadiles, birds and other animals.

We arrive weheragala dam / river about 09.00am for the picnic breakfast and a short break (about 15 minutes) where you can take a little walk. We continue our safari again and at 12.00pm - 02.00pm - Break at the river where you can enjoy your picnic lunch and time to rest until afternoon safari.

(The travellers have an option to order our both picnic breakfast and lunch packs)

We continue our safari again in the afternoon and at about 06.00pm we make the departure to drop off the hotel.

Full day safari tour rate - 60 US Dollars

Tour Rates - The rates change due to your choice and number of people in your group. You may contact us with details where we could provide you all the details and the exact rates.

Yala Safari

Yala National Park or Ruhuna National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. It is situated in the southeast region of the country, and lies in Southern Province and Uva Province. The park covers 979 square kilometers (378 sq mi) and is located about 24km northeast of Tissamaharama. There are five blocks in Yala National park.

Here in Yala you will see many animals such as leopards, elephants, sloth bear, jackals, water buffalos, spotted-deers, wild boars, peacocks, jungle fawls, crocadiles, sambar deers, and many kinds of birds too.

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Lunugamwehera Safari

Lunugamvehera National Park in Sri Lanka was declared in 1995, with the intention of protecting the catchment area of the Lunugamvehera reservoir and wildlife of the area. The national park is an important habitat for water birds and elephants. The catchment area is vital to maintain the water levels of the five tanks in the down stream of Kirindi Oya and wetland characteristics of Bundala National Park.This national park also serves as a corridor for elephants to migrate between Yala National Park and Udawalawe National Park.

Here in Lunugamwehera you will see many animals such as elephants, wild pigs, water buffalos, spotted-deers, peacocks, jungle fawls, crocadiles, sambar deers, black-naped hare and number of many kinds of birds.

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