The terrain morphs into salt flats and undulating sand dunes. We have arrived at the coast in time for an afternoon safari.
Yala National Park comprises 130,000 hectares of light forest, scrub, grassland, lagoons, and of course, wildlife. Segmented into 5 sections, only two are open to the public.
A wildlife sanctuary since 1900, Yala was designated a national park in 1938. A complete contrast to its previous use as a hunting ground for the British elite.
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