Yala National Park: On Safari in Sri Lanka

go here Sri Lanka has an impressive array of wildlife for a country of its size,  and whilst most people tend to associate the tiny Indian Ocean island with honeymoon beach holidays,  safari tours are equally  big business. Of all the National Parks on the island, Yala National Park – with one of the highest population of leopards in the world – is the jewel in Sri Lanka’s glittering crown.

eat my hot wet pussy We chose Yala National Park for our safari because of its proximity to Hikkaduwa, the beach where we were based over Christmas and New Year. The park is a 4-hour drive from Hikkaduwa, making it (just) possible to do in a day. It was a long day that started with a 3am pick-up from our guesthouse. We drove through the gates of the park around 7am, not long after the sun rose.

Leopards at Yala National Park

http://afcmarseille.com/porn/tall-latin-babe-fucked-hard-in-a-motel Yala is most famous for a population of around 20 leopards in Block 1 of the park. Sadly, we were not fortunate enough to spot the elusive spotted feline, but we saw plenty of other animals including elephants and a rare sighting of a sloth bear. And if this is not exciting enough, Yala sits right on the coast of the Indian Ocean, so one minute you’re spotting elephants and the next moment you are on the beach! Where else does that happen?

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http://afcmarseille.com/porn/real-taboo-mom-son-daughter-threesome For $90 per person (including transport from Hikkaduwa) we spent 4 hours bouncing along clay-clogged tracks in an open-sided jeep that contained only one other guest. We were perhaps a little unlucky in the weather as a light drizzle kept most of the animals under tree cover and therefore away from our camera lenses – I have no clear photograph of the sloth bear, but it was amazing to put the camera down and simply watch as a mother bear and cub lumbered through the foliage. Thankfully, the elephants came right out of the trees to greet our jeep and pose for some pictures.

http://johanstellerphotography.com An elephant at Yala National Park

My favourite photographs from Yala National Park

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awesome teens do porn For more information on Yala National park visit their website.

http://johanstellerphotography.com/porn/anal-and-80s-scene-lies follow link Have you been to Yala National Park, or would you like to go? Which picture is your favourite? Please take a moment to comment below

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  1. posted by
    Lucy
    Jan 25, 2016 Reply

    Lovely photos – the elephants look so close! I’m hoping to to a safari later this year (probably South Africa) and can’t wait, it’s been top of the wishlist for years.

    • posted by
      Runaway Brit
      Jan 26, 2016 Reply

      He was really close! It kept walking closer and closer to our jeep, I could have reached out to stroke it at one point! South Africa will be amazing. I would love to go on an African safari one day.

  2. posted by
    Rushi
    Dec 10, 2016 Reply

    Lovely article! I am planning to travel to Sri Lanka very soon this month, and would like to know how you travelled grom Hikkaduva to Yala National Park. I would like to contact the same or similar tour operators/ agencies/ people as I cannot seem to find anything online.

  3. posted by
    Rushi
    Dec 10, 2016 Reply

    Lovely article! I am planning to travel to Sri Lanka very soon this month, and would like to know how you travelled from Hikkaduva to Yala National Park. I would like to contact the same or similar tour operators/ agencies/ people as I cannot seem to find anything online.

  4. posted by
    Kat
    Mar 19, 2017 Reply

    That sounds like an amazing experience!! Going on a safari in Sri Lanka is definitely on my bucket list. My favourite photo is the one of the elephant peeking out from behind the leaves – so cute! 🙂

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