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Yala Kings Safari
We are the team who arranging safaris at Yala National Park since 10 years. Our main target is the satisfaction of our customers.
Your trusted Safari Jeep Service Provider
We are the top-ranking provider of Jeep Safaris in Yala National Park. We also provide our service to the National Parks of Lunugamwehera, Bundala and Udawalawe.
Yala is a national park combined with a stringent nature reserve. The park, which is divided into 5 blocks, protects an area of territory covering close to 130,000 hectares and is made up of light woods, scrubs, grasslands, tanks, and lagoons. The public can now access two blocks.
Yala was established as a wildlife sanctuary in 1900 and as a national park in 1938. It is located in Sri Lanka’s south-east, abutting the expansive Indian Ocean. Ironically, when Britain was in power, the park was first used as a hunting area for the affluent. Yala is home to 215 bird species and 44 different types of mammals.
Both our drivers and safari guides are highly skilled. We are conducting all our services under to the covid – 19 measures. Your satisfaction is our only priority
Yala National Park
The most frequented and second-largest national park in Sri Lanka is Yala. It comprises of five blocks, with adjacent parks and two of them currently accessible to the general public.
Bundala National Park
For migrating water birds, Sri Lanka’s Bundala National Park serves as an important wintering location. The greater flamingo, which migrates in huge numbers and is one of 197 bird species found in Bundala, is the area’s top attraction.
Udawalawe National Park
In Sri Lanka, the Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces’ border is where Udawalawe National Park is located. In addition to safeguarding the reservoir’s watershed, the park was established to provide a haven for wild creatures driven from their natural habitat by the construction of the Udawalawe Reservoir on the Walawe River.
Lunugamwehera National Park
Sri Lanka’s Lunugamvehera National Park was established in 1995 with the goal of safeguarding the region’s biodiversity and the catchment area of the Lunugamvehera reservoir. Elephants and water birds use the national park as a habitat.
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"Gave us the most amazing time in yala national park"
"second time with yala kings safari"
"most amazing experience"
The safari with Yala Kings was an amazing experience. We were lucky enough to see a leopard and lots of elephants as well as many other animals thanks to our driver Amila. They also picked us up from our accommodation which was much appreciated after an early wake up call. If I ever went back I would use this company again, definitely recommended! 10/10!