Mahoora Tented Safari Camp Yala

Yala National Park, Yala National Park, Sri Lanka | Campground
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This campground, located on Yala National Park, Yala National Park, is near Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa), Mount Lavinia, Colombo National Museum, and Horton Plains National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Yala National Park

    Tours in Yala- an adventurous holiday

    A travel blog entry by alancross on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Yala Safari, dogs & prostitutes

    A travel blog entry by deetour on May 29, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Day 162 - Safari in Yala National Park

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 10, 2014

    ... 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 ...

    I do like to be beside the seasisde.

    A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 03, 2014

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    ... straight along the coast all the way to Matara even deviates to avoid it?

    It all started in 1859 when the British Governor of Ceylon, as it then was, laid out an open space called Colpitty Racecourse. It was much larger than the current Green as I doubt a decent thoroughbred could even get up to speed here now. As the name suggests it was a horse racing course and not only that but it also boasted a golf course so it ...

    Kharki Pants and Elephants

    A travel blog entry by joandtim2013 on Jan 11, 2014

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    ... drivers seemed to hoon about being quite competitive. However our driver was quite sedate and seemed very passionate about spotting the animals. He was on his phone a lot getting info from the other drivers on where the animals were.

    We saw water buffalo, elephants, monkeys, crocodiles, hornbills, stalks, mongoose, eagles.