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Yala National Park
Nearest Airport : Colombo   Colombo To Yala National Park : 274 Km
Getting to Yala National Park
With monkeys crashing through the trees, peacocks in their finest frocks, elephants ambling about and cunning leopards sliding like shadows through the undergrowth, Yala National Park (also known as Ruhunu) is the Jungle Book brought to glorious life. This vast region of dry woodland and open patches of grasslands is the big draw of this corner of Sri Lanka.
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Why Visit ? (Things to see, Things to do, Food, Notes)
  • Most visited park in Sri Lanka. On the Forbes 2015 list of the top ten places to visit! Time to visit: May to September.
  • Go on a safari, and see a leopard!
  • Spend a night in the park, one with nature
  • Taste authentic Sri Lankan food, which resembles the cuisine of Kerala
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Why Visit ?
Sithulpauwwa: The name Sithulpauwwa is derived from the word 
'Chittalapabbata' which means the hill of the quiet mind. The ancient rock temple is a place of worship for devotees. It is believed that in ancient times this rock temple housed a total of 12,000 monks. 

Magul Maha Viharaya: Located to the south of Sithulpauwa, Magul Maha Viharaya is believed to have provided the setting for the marriage of King KavanTissa to Vihara Maha Devi. You could combine a visit to Sithulpauwe and Magul MahaViharaya as they are located closely together.
Camping: Camp out at the park, guided by a seasoned trekker. With onsite toilets available, camping here is just a little bit easier. They do succeed in otherwise providing a completely natural experience, what with having to build your own temporary dwellings and all! Do keep in mind their rules and regulations before your journey though!

Safari Ride: The point of the visit, you might say. An adventurous safari through the jungle, definitely a ride to remember. Spot a leopard here, at the origins of the Jungle Book. 

Bird Watching: With a large number of species of birds fluttering about here, bird watching becomes a sheer treat. Over 90 species ensure that you?re not bored with those binoculars.
Languages spoken : Sinhalese, Tamil

Currency: Sri Lankan rupee.

Climate : the best time to visit is between May and September, with a balmy 
beachy climate. 

Telephone connectivity: Good mobile connectivity within the city. 

Trivia: Yala lay in the direct path of the 2004 tsunami.
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