Mahoora Tented Safari Camp Yala
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... there at 7 and we found it too busy in the park – if there was anything to see, there were tons of vehicles and constant traffic jams.
We saw several crocodiles, couple of elephants at a distance, lots of wild pigs, loads of peacocks (come from here, along with other Asian areas), mongoose, monitor lizards and lovely birds.
We only returned to the hotel just before 12 so were out almost 6 hours (takes an hour each way to get there) but we ...
... br> We like, again, the hotel very much – not too large, good rooms (in fact as always – only the one time we had really a bad bathroom) – but were surprised to find its 2 years old as they don’t seem (again??!!)to really be in gear (no hot over our 2 night stay except for the 05.30 quick shower 14/2!; fridge in the room seriously overheating (can’t believe that’s new!) and no ...
... in the vicinity of Yala such as Saraii Village Sri Lanka. Bike Tours You can try out one of the popular modes of transport in Sri Lanka while holidaying in the country, where you have the opportunity to explore the nearby villages in a bicycle provided by the hotels. Due to the fact that you’ve got to ride under high temperatures with only a mild warm breeze to cool you down, the ...
... elephants on jeep safaris, since we have seen many elephants around Sri Lanka and the safaris were expensive we decided to give it a miss. We went to the beautiful Sigirya rock (Lion Rock) by tuctuc, the most famous sight in the cultural triangle is a hardened magma plug of an extinct volcano that eroded away. We climbed its less well known brother, the nearby Pidurangala Rock. This rock is much less touristy, costs $3 instead of $30 and you have an amazing view of Sigiriya rock, ...
... alive, I still have bites all over, they were ferocious but there was a lot of still water around.
We. got up at 4 am to get to the park before dawn, it was stinking hot and we had an open sided safari bus that had seats like a leaking bean bag. We bounced and slid and jostled our way to the park as dawn was breaking and it was pretty amazing. We hopped out of the truck and there are even stray dogs in the park which is just ...