Travlang Travel Guide

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Yala National Park – Sri Lanka’s Eco Tourism Spot

If you are on the hunt of a tropical ecstasy on this planet then you can undoubtedly flee to Sri Lanka for a great vacation. The country serves as the home for most of the fantastic locales, beaches and the people on the planet. This is a country that enjoys the position of the best vacation spot for every tourist. The tourist attractions in the country are in a

Yala National Park

huge abundance. But the chief visited spot by the tourists is the Yala National Park. The park is a great place for all those tourists that enjoy the exquisiteness of the nature.

Yala National Park is one of the premier eco – tourist destinations present in Sri Lanka. The National Park lies in the Northeast of the Tissamaharama and 290 kms.  From Colombo The3 place lies at the distance of 290 kms on the Southeast coast of Sri Lanka. The vegetation of the park if comprised up of the semi – arid barbed scrub which is intermingled with the pockets of this secondary fairly dense woodland. Tiny lagoons of the Mangrove vegetation also mark its presence across the coastal lagoons in this wooded area.

The National Park is well – known for the variety of its natural world. The Most remarkable point Park is the presence of Elephants in this National Park. The Park has an outstanding Shoreline which is connected to the Coral Reefs. It also takes pride in the presence of the huge amount of the vital culture ruins that5 bear the evidences to the ancient civilizations. This also signifies that much of the area of the Park is colonized and is highly sensitive.

Since the Yala National Park is located in the arid – regions of Sri Lanka, the climate of the Park is generally hot and dry. The region receives its annual rainfall by the Northeast monsoon winds that blow in the area from November to January. It can also receive an unpredictable rainfall by the Inter – Monsoonal rains in March or April and in the month of September. The month of February is generally dry for the region. Other months that share this dry climate are June, starting days of September and the mid part of October. The average temperatures close to the sea level is 27 C. In the period of the dry season the temperatures of 37 C is not a matter of surprise.

So be assured that the next time when you make a visit to Sri Lanka then you do not miss a trip to this National Park.