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Yala National Park

Embark on an exhilarating safari adventure in Sri Lanka's Yala National Park, located along the southern coast, where the elusive and majestic leopard reigns as the alpha predator. Renowned as Sri Lanka's premier leopard sanctuary, Yala boasts an impressive population of these big cats, thriving in territories spanning just over a kilometer each—the highest density globally, promising a near-certain leopard encounter.

Picture a day filled with safari thrills as you witness leopards descending from trees, leisurely strolling through clearings before gracefully disappearing into the lush cover of bushes. Yala National Park stands out as the ultimate destination for such close encounters with these elusive felines.

For a more secluded leopard safari experience, venture to Wilpattu, nestled in the northwest of Sri Lanka. As the country's largest national park, Wilpattu provides an excellent chance to spot leopards in their natural habitat. While sightings are not guaranteed, the early morning safaris, beginning at dawn, increase your odds of witnessing these magnificent creatures. Amidst the park's diverse wildlife, catching glimpses of water buffalo, elephants, and sloth bears adds an extra layer of excitement to your safari escapade.

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