We call you

Nuwara Eliya – Buduruwagala – Yala Park

Breakfast in the hotel.

Departure to Buduruwagala (95 km, 2 hours 30 min approx). En route we will contemplate the Ravana falls (8 meters). The falls take their name from a former King who, according to legend, ruled Sri Lanka. On our route to the south we will visit Buduruwagala where you can see a group of 7 colossal Buddhist figures facing the cliff; standing in the middle of the thick jungle, carved into the rock between the 8th and 10th B.c.. Its central figure is 16 meters.

Continuation of the route to Yala (80 km, 1 h 30 min approx). Registration at the Yala hotel.

At about 15.00 depart on jeep to enjoy a safari in the National Park of Yala (Ruhuna). Yala is the best preserved natural park of Sri Lanka. There you can see all the flora and fauna of the place, the only place where you can see leopards. There are several families of leopards, large numbers of elephants, wild boar, crocodiles, hippos and a great variety of birds. The peculiarity of its coastal geography makes this park a special place, combining all the uniqueness of the jungle with kilometers and kilometers of uninhabited coastline. The safari will last throughout the afternoon, enabling us to see plenty of animals and wonderful landscapes.

Dinner and overnight at hotel in Yala.

Other itineraries available in Sri Lanka

Travels to Sri Lanka

Travel combined with Sri Lanka