Yala Evening Safari

$ 100.00$ 420.00

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Tour Start 3:00 PM 

Meeting Point Hotels in  Yala, Kirinda and Tissamaharama  city area
(Pickup from other area hotels with addition fee)

Vehicle Type Safari Jeep

Include: > Safari Jeep > English Speak Driver > Yala Park Entrance Fee+Service fee+ Tax > Hotel pickup & drop off

Not Include: Food & Drink, Additional fee for pickup out area

Yala National Park Afternoon Safari 

Tour Summary:

Meet your experienced safari driver at your hotel for the afternoon safari. This is an all inclusive Jeep safari game drive in the most popular national park of Sri Lanka, Yala National Park. We provide Jeeps fitted with front facing cushioned seats. 

In the southeast of Sri Lanka, in the districts of Hambantota and Monaragala, is where you can find Yala National Park. Yala National Park, spanning approximately 970 square kilometres, is the second largest national park in Sri Lanka. It is well-known for its unusual fauna, which includes many different types of birds, elephants, and leopards. The park is especially well-known for its lush woods, lagoons, and grasslands, all of which contribute to its amazing natural beauty. The park offers camping, wildlife safaris, and bird watching for its visitors.

When your tour is complete, your vehicle will return you to your hotel or original departure point.


  • Private Safari Jeep just for your party
  • Park entrance Ticket 
  • Driver and vehicle entry fee
  • Yala Park service charge $10
  • Yala Park VAT taxes 18%
  • Pick up and drop from Yala, Kirinda and Tissamaharama area hotels


  • Food and drink
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off additional fee, if outside of Yala, Kirinda and Tissamaharama area hotels can pickup and drop off with a additional fee. Please contact us with your hotel name and address.
  • Gratuities (optional)

Departure Time Comments:

  • Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
  • Hotel pickups commence may prior to this time as per your hotel location. You must contact us verify your exact pickup time.
  • Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 – 60 minutes prior to this time

Departure Location Name:

> Pickup & drop off – Hotels within the following areas in Yala, Tissamaharama, Kirinda, Palatupana, Kataragama, Weerawila and Hambantota.   
> For hotels in other area can pickup and drop off with a additional fee. Please contact us with your hotel name and address.

Directions to Departure Location:

# At your hotels or meeting point

Return Location:
Returns to original departure point

Additional Tour Information:

  • For Same day & Next day bookings, Please you must contact us by Call or SMS / WhatsApp / Viber with mention exact pickup Location to +94776487757
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not recommended for pregnant women
  • Not recommended for participants with heart complaints or other serious medical condition
  • Child below 5 Years are Free of charge. / Child above 11 years apply for Adult ticket.
  • Please include your Mobile / Local contact number & Hotel pickup details at the booking

Animals that can be seen in the park. 


Leopards in Yala National Park are easily recognised by their large stature and eye-catching golden coats speckled with black. These big cats are mainly active at night and in the early morning hours and hunt alone. Being at the top of the food chain, as apex predators, they are crucial to maintaining the equilibrium of the park’s ecosystem.

The park’s dense forests are home to leopards the majority of the time, but they are also present in meadows and next to sources of water. When hunting prey like deer, wild boar, and other mammals, they are renowned for their stealth and agility. Wildlife tours in Yala National Park offer visitors the chance to witness these magnificent creatures. Even though seeing leopards is uncommon, seeing them is one of the park’s top attractions and a highlight of every trip. 


One of the most recognisable and well-liked creatures in Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park is the elephant. Asian elephants are indigenous to the area and have a robust population in the park. Distinguished by their enormous stature, characteristic creased skin, and gregarious demeanour, these elephants serve as the park’s flagship species for conservation initiatives.


Wild boar: Large and omnivorous, these pigs can be found all across the park in grasslands and woodlands. During the day, they are busy and can be observed searching for food or cooling down in mud.

Sloth bear: Native to South Asia, this bear with shaggy hair inhabits a range of environments, such as grasslands and woods. They are mostly nocturnal and consume a wide range of foods, such as fruits, insects, and small mammals.

Sambar deer:  Native to the park, these are the biggest species of deer in Asia. They are active during the day, eating on grasses and browsing on plants, and are usually observed in huge groups.

Mongoose: Yala National Park is home to a variety of mongoose species, including the grey and little Indian mongooses. Throughout the day, these tiny carnivores are busy and consume a wide range of food, such as insects, small animals, and reptiles.

Birds: Yala National Park is a well-liked spot for bird watching, as it is home to over 200 different species of birds. Among the noteworthy species are the Sri Lankan peafowl, the Sri Lankan spurfowl, and the jungle fowl. 

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