Hambantota, situated on the southeastern coast of Sri Lanka, is a rapidly developing port city known for its strategic location and economic potential. Blessed with a deep natural harbor, it has become a vital hub for international trade and maritime activities in the Indian Ocean region. The city's modern infrastructure includes the Hambantota Port, which has attracted significant investments and shipping traffic, bolstering the region's economic prospects. Hambantota also boasts natural beauty, with pristine beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, and cultural attractions like the Hambantota Ruhuna Magampura International Cricket Stadium. This evolving city combines economic dynamism with natural charm, making it an intriguing destination for travelers and investors alike.
(SKU: LK600T0100) This safari takes you on a wonderful wildlife experience in Yala National Park, the second-largest national park in Sri Lanka. Get a chance to see the elusive Sri Lankan Leopard. Drive past grazing wild elephants. Glue your eyes to your binoculars to identify the hundreds of aquatic birds that nest at the reserve. Feel that rhythm of nature in the movements and colors of the wildlife you get to see.
Hotel pickup & drop-off from/to Hambantota.
Safari Jeep with the service of an English speaking driver (Also your tracker).
Bottled water (per person).
All taxes & service charges.
Food and drinks.
Expenses of personal nature.
The safari will take you on a three-hour game drive through the wilds of Yala. With a variety of natural habitation types and their rich ecology, you will not lack wonders to feast your eyes upon. From elephants to leopards, and from crocodiles to sea birds, you will be able to immerse yourself in experiencing the sensations of raw nature with all the proper safety measures.
You will be traveling in rough terrain (4WD) game vehicle. The safari takes serious consideration of your safety and therefore, with regards to the wild elephants and other larger wildlife, and while the vehicle may stop at intervals, it is strongly advised that you do not descend from your jeep for safety purposes (especially when coming upon lone elephants, which may get aggressive when disturbed). You are also asked to follow the advice of your safari guide at all times during the safari.