I traveled with my partner and two children (6 & 8) to Sri Lanka. Before we left Australia we heard that WildTrails was open again at a better location closer to the Yala National Park. Jerry was keen to do a safari so we contacted the local office. From the start they were so helpful and very precise. No hidden... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A visit to Sri Lanka is never complete without a tour to a wild life sanctuary. Out of the many wild life parks it has to offer its visitors, Yala National Park situated in the deep south of the island is a must visit. Abundant with wildlife, where the majestic Sri Lankan elephant still reigns supreme and the ever elusive leopard, in its graceful elegance, tip toes its way to a hunt or to quench its thirst at its favourite water hole. Experience Sri Lanka’s big 5 from the corridors of their habitats and listen to the music of the birds on the canopy above, and hear the animal calls as you were among them, sharing their space. Yala is a park that has to be experienced from within. At Wild Trails we offer you an experience; a camping facility with luxurious accommodation, unforgettable hospitality and a sumptuous array of food and a tasteful collection of spirits and wines. ... more less
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