Mahoora Tented Safari Camp Yala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Yala National Park
... be quite challenging. You could explore bike paths that run through paddy fields, local homes and shrub jungles and it is advisable to take along a tour guide as they can direct you to many picturesque by-roads. Jeep Safaris Enjoy a jeep safari ride to the Yala and Bundala National Parks or the Weerawila Bird sanctuary and be enthralled by the magnificent creatures such as the native ...
... because he did release me when they saw I was not laughing with them and they yelled something at it.
Now fully awake, we were encouraged to go and look at the higgledy piggledy park display while they organised our entry. Bored, I wandered over to a door that was grated so I could look through it and was looking at some sort of elephant model and then as I my eyes adjusted I could see a man and a woman sitting on the floor with ...
... was through the food... We started our day with a visit to the Dutch Burgher Union for a Lamprais, which was rumoured to be the best in town. I initially discounted the Dutch "Burger" Union (as I had heard it), because I had zero interest in a burger in Colombo, no matter how good! When I heard that the Dutch Burghers were in fact a race of people in Sri Lanka and they had a culinary culture all of their own, my attitude towards the DBU ...
... conflict ravaged country needs help.
Before we left, I
made a pact with myself to do more to help others. I sent a prayer
with the blowing breeze, a prayer that is good for all mankind.
Who needs spices
from Colombo? We've already got a lot! Tourism, yes. Though it may
sound corny, knowing the benefits will be enormous, I vowed to come
... beserk - they had spotted a Leopard! With all the jeeps around us, we lacked any kind of maneuverability and struggled to position ourselves to see through the undergrowth. However, two near-misses in the first 15 minutes of being in the park had to bode well for the rest of the day, surely?
The hysteria surrounding the possibility of a Leopard sighting had been a bit much for us all, so we asked our driver if he could let the other jeeps go for ...