Luxury Yala National Park and the South Coast Holidays 2022/2023
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Holidays to Yala National Park and the South Coast with If Only

Quieter than the busy West Coast, Yala National Park and the South Coast exhibit a more traditional way of life revolving around coconut farming, rice cultivation and fishing. Discover dreamy stretches of palm fringed sand and some of the prettiest bays in the country, or the bustling city of Galle - the fourth largest in the country.

 

We currently feature 8 luxury hotels and villas in Yala National Park and the South Coast

 
Shangri-La's Hambantota Golf Resort & Spa

Shangri-La's Hambantota Golf Resort & Spa

Hambantota, Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Amanwella

Amanwella

Tangalle, Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Amanwella's secluded jungle setting, fringed by a golden beach, creates an intimate atmosphere.

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Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort

Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort

Tangalle, Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Set amidst a coconut plantation, Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort is a secret paradise edging a golden beach and the Indian Ocean.

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Cape Weligama

Cape Weligama

Weligama, Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Incredible views, shimmering sea and palm fringed shores await at Cape Weligama.

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Cinnamon Wild Yala

Cinnamon Wild Yala

Yala National Park, Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Nature and opulence meet at Cinnamon Wild Yala to create an exciting and memorable stay in a Sri Lankan forest.

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Jetwing Yala

Jetwing Yala

Yala National Park, Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Jetwing Yala offers a wildlife experience complemented by the finest in luxury and comfort.

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Chena Huts by Uga Escapes

Chena Huts by Uga Escapes

Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Tucked into the undulating sand dunes between the Indian Ocean where turtles come to lay their eggs, elephants frolic in the surf, and a saline lake that is a natural playground for ibis, flamingos and painted storks, Chena Huts is luxury, wilderness experience based around the concept of a traditional African safari.

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Wild Coast Tented Lodge

Wild Coast Tented Lodge

Yala National Park and the South Coast, Sri Lanka

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Grazing the fringes of the oldest national park in Sri Lanka, this spectacular tented camp sits on a deserted beach overlooking the Indian Ocean and thanks to its sympathetic design, blends seamlessly into its surrounding.

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Highlights

Leave the resort and explore the beautiful surroundings or discover some of the main cultural and natural attractions.

Silt fishermen

Mirissa Beach is a secluded crescent shaped beach where time and cares simply drift away in the breeze. Further along the coast, towards the town of Matara, is the quaint fishing village of Polhena. Not only is this a great area to relax or snorkel, but also to witness Sri Lanka's traditional stilt fishermen gather their days catch.

Silt fishermen
Explore Galle

Explore Galle

Galle is the country's most perfectly preserved colonial town. Meander down quaint streets of Dutch-style buildings as the smell of exotic spices and salt from the sea lingers in the air and discover boutique shops, cafés and architectural surprises. Built by the Portuguese in 1588 and then extensively fortified by the Dutch, Galle Fort is recognised by UNESCO for its cultural heritage value and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 - a 'must see' while in the south.

Diverse wildlife

Sri Lanka's most famous wild life park, Yala National Park, brings guests up close and personal with a variety of wildlife and is the ideal place to spot the 'big four' of Sri Lankan wildlife - the elephant, the sloth bear, the wild buffalo and the elusive leopard. Nature lovers should also visit Sinharaja Forest Reserve in the south west. Noted as a World Heritage Site in 1988, the reserve is home to endemic wildlife, mammals, butterflies and trees.

Diverse wildlife

Climate

Average sun hours per day
Average monthly rainfall (mm)
Average daily temp (c)
  January
8
19
27
  February
9
24
27
  March
9
26
28
  April
8
63
28
  May
6
128
28
  June
7
96
28
  July
7
70
28
  August
7
72
28
  September
8
119
27
  October
7
206
27
  November
7
207
27
  December
7
65
27