Back to Yala National Park Safari
1 Day Safari
By Eagle Safaris
Price from USD$128 21,580.80 LKR per group (max group size of 6)
This option is a 1 full-day game drive in Yala National Park with an experienced safari guide, and is perfect for those who have arranged their accommodation separately. The game drive takes place from 5am to 6:45pm, and enables you to fully appreciate the wildlife at Yala National Park.
1 private full-day game drive
Lunch and fruits
Jeep and driver
Park entrance tickets
Transportation from your hotel in Tissamaharama to Yala National Park
All government taxes (VAT, NBT)
Transport from hotels located outside the Tissamaharama area
Same Price as What You’d Find Locally
Free Date Change ~ 3 Days Before
Low Carbon Footprint
Always Available to Chat
Guaranteed Trip Even with 1 Guest
Meet your guide
Eagle Safaris have been providing amazing wildlife experience for over 40 years now, and is one of the most experienced safari operators in the area. Their knowledgable drivers will do their very best to make your safari game drive an unforgettable experience.
41 years experience
Trips available daily
If you require an earlier date, please request to book.
Please note that this is a sample itinerary and may be subject to change depending on weather conditions.
Your hotel in Tissamaharama
Your hotel in Tissamaharama
What others are saying
4.2 out of 5 helpful reviews
Kearins9, Singapore, Singapore
8 months ago on Tripadvisor
We did a safari of Yala National Park with Eagle Safari Jeep Service and it was fantastic. Our driver Tuti was fantastic. He’s a great guide and safe driver. He was able to show us all the animals and even found a leopard for us hiding in a colvert. Lunch was provided by the beach which was delicious and enjoyable. The Jeep was very comfortable too. highly recommend a tour with this company.
almost 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
There are many operators that provide this Yala Safari experience. My advice - pick someone that values personal safety higher than Eagle. The driving was reckless and dangerous, and quiet unnecessary under the circumstances. I really feared for my family's safety. The wildlife is wonderful, but given that the safari jeeps are not fitted with safety belts, an accident could have unpleasant consequences. No amount of wonderful wildlife experiences can offset the experience of reckless and dangerous driving. Avoid Eagle Safaris.
ashwini181078, Thane, India
almost 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
We visited Yala on 26th Dec 2016. Since we had our 10 year old son with us, he was expecting many wild animals to be seen in the safari. Through our agent we booked a full day safari with Eagle Jeep Safari Yala and Kumar was our driver cum guide for it. He is a gem of a person. Firstly .. as the gates open at 6 am please make sure you reach early.. because there are hundreds of jeeps lined up.. We had a smooth and early start.. Saw many animals like wild buffaloes, wild boars, crocodiles, peacocks, deers, sambars and wild elephants... And highlight of the day was we saw 2 leopards playing with each other on branch of the tree.. Throughtout the day these leopards were sighted by us almost 6 times.. All we could spot was because of excellent knowledge of the roads by Kumar... He took us to many of the less driven roads ..He was really helping us to spot different animals driving for the whole day and giving us information as and when required of the various flora and fauna.. The 4 X 4 drive vehicle was ultimate when he drove us from one of the dried river beds and also on rocks.. It was adventurous. The hotel had managed to provide us with breakfast and lunch.. Seeing the animals and the beautiful landscape for the whole day was mesmerizing feeling.. Few tips : As we had booked a full day tour, kumar carried chilled water bottles.. Also he gave us a set of binoculars.. we too had carried ours. Please do carry sunglasses, binoculars, sunscreen,, Also as the roads get dusty please carry a scarf to cover face or at least nose.. Because of Kumar we had an exciting safari... truly ..
zareen86, London, United Kingdom
over 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
We travelled with Eagle safari and our driver was very good. He made every effort to make sure we saw as many animals as possible and seemed to be the one every other jeep driver was following. We saw a lone elephant eating close by and a herd of elephants heading towards the river. Both times we were close enough to really appreciate it. Other than that there were many birds, deer, water buffalo and croc. Need to go and explore the other national parks which I've heard good things about too.
Aido2016, Doha, Qatar
almost 4 years ago on Tripadvisor
My fiancé and I done the morning safari with Eagle Safari's, we were charged USD 45 each which included the car & driver and entrance fee. We were collected at 5am, and travelled through the Yala Park for approx 3 hours before returning to our hotel. In all we seen approx 6 animals and 4-5 birds, nothing spectacular and not really worth doing if you previously have been to a good safari or zoo.
Other Things to Know
Cancellation and Exchange Policy
Flexible cancellation policy
You can be fully refunded for cancellations at least 7 days before the adventure start date. Other cancellations will not be refunded.
Flexible Date Policy
You can change your trip date once for free up to 3 days before your trip. Any date change will be subject to availability, and will not count as a cancellation.
Packing list for the trip
Casual clothing (ideally breathable as it may get hot)
Can you arrange transportation to/from Yala National Park?
Yes sure! If you're coming from any other parts of Sri Lanka (e.g. Colombo) to Yala National Park for your safari, or you need to head from Yala National Park to any other parts of Sri Lanka after your safari, we can provide a private car transfer. This will cost US $60 per 4-person car, per one-way transfer. Please do indicate in your booking form if you require this transfer.
Which Yala National Park Blocks do you visit?
Most of our safari partners visit Block 1 as that is the one that is closest to the towns of Tissamaharam and Kataragama where most of the hotels are. It is also the block which has the most wildlife. Block 5 is visited on occasion. The other blocks require special permission for entry. If you have a certain block in mind, do let us know and we can see if we can arrange!