Yala National park-:
Yala National park is Sri Lanka’s most visited wildlife reserve. Yala covers an area of 1260 square kilometers. The park’s dry-zone landscape is strikingly beautiful and the park’s wildlife has its own distinctive charm, with huddles of colorful painted storks perched on the incongruously conjoined sight of elephants marching sedately through the bush while rabbits scamper through the undergrowth. Leopards, sloth bears and elephants are the "big 3" here although crocodiles, jackals and the large variety of birds are also a huge draw to this park. Yala national park is also known to be one of the places with the most density of leopards’ population, meaning this is one of the best chances to see this elusive big cat in the wild..