After breakfast proceed to Yala via Tissamaharama. Check in to the hotel. Morning at Leisure.
Afternoon Set off for a thrilling Yala 4-wheel drive Safari at the. YALA PARK is perhaps the island’s most popularly known reserves, and one of its biggest, encompassing an area of 14,101 hectares. Its terrain is best described as a tropical thorn forest and offers numerous lagoons within the park which offer stunning scenes and excellent spots to camp out and marvel at the many animals, birds, elephants that it draws. Yala also offers the highest density of Leopard population in the world and is your best chance to catch a glimpse of this often shy member of the cat family. A large number of important cultural ruins bear testimony to earlier civilizations and indicate that, much of the area was populated and well developed during the reign of the ancient Ruhunu kingdom.
Overnight stay in Thissamaharama.