Mahoora Tented Safari Camp Yala
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... compulsory. - there are no rego checks. - mechanics also offer a "tinkering service". - government buses are amongst the worst vehicles on the road in terms of condition. - vehicles just stop in the middle of the road. - vehicles pull out, and reverse onto the road without giving way. - it's not uncommon for vehicles to just be on the wrong side of the road. - roads are overcrowded and in bad condition generally. - there are ...
Friday 17th April...
*Disclaimer: due to a very unfortunate circumstance (ie, the cheap one I bought has broken!!) we no longer have a camera connection kit and therefore pics will follow when we can purchase a new one!!
We had a very early start today, being rudely awakened by our alarm at 4:30am but dozily got up and got ready for our safari adventure.
We boarded the safari jeep along with 4 others and set off to Yala National ...
... that was destroyed by the giant tsunami in 2004.
Right after leaving the park, we still had a final gift. A giant turtle.
Then they took us back to hotel and the guide told us to give them a good tip... guess he wanted to partying with them... and he did... next article will start with that...
The eco-tourism conveyor belt moved around to Tissamaharama. The town is full of utes that have been fitted out to seat about 6 people on the tray so that they can look out at the wildlife as they get driven around the nearby Yala National Park trying to spot a leopard. I am not sure that that was the original Shawhili meaning of the word 'safari'.
But apparently Yala has the highest concentration of wild ...
This afternoon we headed to Yala National Park for a jeep safari. We got to ride in the back of open air jeeps looking for animals in the park. 2 teams were lucky and they saw not 1 but 2 leopards. It was a great afternoon of spotting animals and taking a ton of photos. Plus a lot of Go Pro video footage. We returned back to our Eco Lodge for a BBQ dinner finished with ice cream. Everyone had a story to tell at dinner tonight. ...