Dave and I have never seen a big cat in the wild. We cycled down the continent of Africa and still managed to miss the lion. We went to the jaguar sanctuary in Belize and didn’t see a jaguar and we left India before we had a chance to go to the Tiger Sanctuary of Ranthambore or Khana.
When we heard that there was a place in Sri Lanka that had the best chance of anywhere in the world to spot a Leopard in the wild, we knew that we had to go there.
Yala National Park is located on the coast of Southern Sri Lanka. It is a nature reserve covering 126,800 hectares of land.
Tissahamaran commonly known as Tissa is an excellent place to arrange a safari to Yala. Located on Sri Lanka’s South Eastern Coast it is a stunning setting of dry lands, bush and beaches.
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