Back
You are here:

Yala National Park holidays

Yala is the largest national park in Sri Lanka and was given over to conservation in 1938. It is home to wild elephants, wild boar, wild buffalo, sloth bears, sambar and spotted deer, monkeys, crocodiles, and even a small population of leopards. Up to 130 species of birds have been recorded at Yala, many migratory, including the white winged black tern, curlews and pintails. Indigenous species include jungle fowl, hornbills and orioles

Explore Yala National Park

Click on your destination of interest

The latest from Compass - our online travel magazine

Where to go for your winter adventure


19 Mar 21

Whether you wish to embrace the season or escape it, these destinations guarantee an unforgettable winter journey. Contemplating a winter holiday? Then

Read more

Where to go for your summer adventure


28 Jan 21

Whether you plan to travel this year or the next, these thrilling destinations promise a summer escape to remember When you think

Read more

Guide to Malaysia & Borneo


2 Sep 20

Things to do in Malaysia range from meeting orang utans in the wilds of Borneo to enjoying delectable Malaysian food in bustling

Read more

Things to do in the Seychelles


19 Aug 20

Surprisingly, for a seemingly small island paradise, there are numerous things to do in the Seychelles. The Seychelles are world famous for

Read more

Begin your journey

Contact one of our expert sales consultant

020 3797 4503

Request a brochure

Order your copy of the brochure to see the world come to life in print.