Mahoora Tented Safari Camp Yala
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... at, within seconds he was on his mobile to his other tracker mates and within 10 minutes there were about 15 jeeps all jostling to get in the best position, with others speeding along the bumpy roads to join us. Sanjay had enough after watching the trackers shouting at eachother and manourving closer and closer to the leopard and told us he would find us another leopard (good job he did as we heard later that the amount of jeeps scared those ...
... and we did see many animals including Mongoose, Jackal, Crocodiles, Monkeys, Water Buffalo, Deer, Wild Pigs and the highlight of them all Elephants.
And especially the baby elephant - he was so tiny.
No Leopards for us i'm afraid but we were not that bothered.
We saw a gazillion birds most of which we could not name and many ...
... spoilt for safaris in the Serengeti and the Ngorogoro Crater, so I find I am always comparing which isn't fair. There was amazing bird life and the brightest blue kingfisher, so certainly some nice stuff and if it's a first time safari, well with the effort.
i did however, loathe the noise of all the trucks, all the yelling etc and felt like I was a contributor. If I was a leopard I would be heading for the hills. In peak season, up ...
... I told my fellow passenger. She didn’t find the humor in it.
Overall I really liked Sri Lanka but have some mixed feelings about my tour experience there. It was the first time I’ve traveled as a passenger on a more traditional package group tour. Most of my travel has either been independent or on Dragoman overland truck trips as I did in India and will through Tibet. The level of comfort was ...
... Wild Boars, Painted Storks and a lot of peacocks! At a second watering hole, we would add Sambar Deer and Crocodiles to that list. We had found a bit of peace and quiet and the animals were coming thick and fast, so everyone was having a great time. Watering holes seemed to be the best places to spot animals and indeed that was again the cast when we saw a huge selection of birds including Pelicans and an Eagle.
Our peaceful safari would end ...