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Yala - Bundala – Option III - 1 Night

This is a 1 night and 2 days trip to Yala with a visit to Bundala National Park to do bird watching. Bundala is a RAMASAR wetland site. Yala is popular for elusive Leopards, Elephants, Sloth beard, spotted deer, and crocodile. In Bundala you can see many endemic, resident and migratory birds.

Day 01

Meet with our driver in Colombo

Transfer to Tissamharama – 5 to 6 hours drive approximately

Afternoon safari game drive in Bundala National Park at 3 PM for bird watching

Dinner and overnight stay at Chandrika Hotel in Tissamaharama

Day 02

Morning Safari game drive in Yala National Park at 6 AM with a picnic breakfast

Back to the hotel, freshen up and transfer to Colombo – 5 to 6 hours drive approximately

On your way visit Udawalawe Elephant transit centre

Trip ends in Colombo

Yala - Bundala

Option III Tour Route

US$ 360

For per person on double sharing basis

Places of visit during this trip

Yala National Park

Bundala National Park

Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home

Animals that can be seen during this trip

Leopards

Elephants

Spotted Deer

Many endemic, resident and migratory birds

Key highlights of this trip

Leopards in Yala

Elephants in Yala

Many endemic, resident and migratory birds in Bundala

Accommodation and meals during this trip

One night in Chandrika Hotel in Tissamaharama on half board basis

What is included ?

Accommodation in mentioned hotels

Meals as per mentioned meal plans

Air conditioned transfers with an English speaking driver

All mentioned activities and park entrance fees