North Western
6.73 km2 (6.46 sq mi)
189 KM


The diverse vegetation created by Yala’s scattered vegetation of thorn bushes, moderately lush forests, & mangrove patches makes it a sort of paradise for a breathtaking number of birds, animals and nature lovers. For a small country its size, Sri Lanka is home to an amazing array of animals, of which also include the elusive leopard species. Visit Yala, the region with the highest density of leopards in the world, and get embroiled on a journey of discovering wildlife all over again!


Travel to Yala

  • Airport
  • Negombo
  • Dankotuwa
  • Marawila
  • Madampe
  • Chilaw
  • Bangadeniya
  • Madurankuli
  • Palaviya
  • Kalpitiya

Yala National Park The open grasslands of Yala are home to a wide range of animals. You are sure to spot elephants, majestic elephants, sloth bears, buffaloes and the enigmatic Sri Lankan leopard. it promises to be a treat for any wildlife enthusiast!


Lunugamvehera National Park Another important habitat for the island’s birds and animals, the LunLunugamvehera National Park also serves as a natural corridor for elephant migration between Yala & Udawalawa.


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