About Yala

Yala National Park is the most visited and second-largest national park in Sri Lanka. A wildlife sanctuary since 1900, Yala was one of the country’s first national parks in 1938. The park has a total area of 979 square kilometers (378 square miles). Yala National Park was severely damaged by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. The park contains two prominent pilgrimage sites, Sithulpahuwa and Magul Vihara. It is home to 44 different species of mammals, and one of the greatest leopard concentrations in the world.

Important Facts About Yala

Location: Southern and Uva Provinces, Sri Lanka
Nearest City: Hambantota
Nearest Airport: Bandaranayake Airport | Sri Lanka
Coordinates: 6°22′22″N 81°31′01″E
Area: 978.807 km2 (377.919 sq mi)
Established: 1900 (Wildlife Sanctuary) | 1938 (National Park)
Governing Body: Department of Wildlife Conservation
Country: Sri Lanka | Asia
Status: Open
Most Popular: Wildlife | Wild Safari

Where is Yala

Route to Yala From Katunayake

Yala National Park, which borders the Indian Ocean, is the most visited and second-largest national park in Sri Lanka, and it is also the most visited in the world. A total of five blocks, two of which are currently open to the public, are included in the park, as are two adjacent parks. The blocks are given separate titles, such as Ruhuna National Park (Block 1) and Kumana National Park (Block 2), as well as ‘Yala East’ for the adjacent territory. It is located in the southeast area of the country, and it is divided between the provinces of Southern Province and Uva. The park has a total area of 979 square kilometers (378 square miles) and is around 300 kilometers (190 miles) from Colombo. A wildlife sanctuary since 1900, Yala was one of the country’s first national parks in 1938, along with Wilpattu, which was the country’s first national park when it was established in 1902. The park is well renowned for the wide range of wild animals that can be found there. In terms of conservation, it is critical for the survival of Sri Lankan elephants, Sri Lankan leopards, and aquatic birds.

In the surrounding area of Yala, there are six national parks and three wildlife sanctuaries to visit. Lunugamvehera National Park is one of the most extensive. The park is located in the dry semi-arid climatic area, and it receives the majority of its rainfall during the northeast monsoon season. Yala is home to a diverse range of ecosystems, including moist monsoon forests, freshwater wetlands, and marine wetlands. It is one of Sri Lanka’s Important Bird Areas (IBAs), which number 70 in total. 215 bird species, including six Sri Lankan endemics, can be found in Yala National Park. The park has been home to 44 different species of mammals, and it boasts one of the greatest leopard concentrations in the world, with a leopard population of over 2,000 individuals.

The area near Yala has been the home of a number of ancient civilizations. The park contains two prominent pilgrimage sites, Sithulpahuwa and Magul Vihara, both of which are located inside its boundaries. Yala National Park was severely damaged by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which also claimed the lives of 250 people in the surrounding area. The number of visitors to the park has been increasing steadily since 2009, when the overall security situation in the park was upgraded.

Yala National Park is the most visited and second-largest national park in Sri Lanka. A wildlife sanctuary since 1900, Yala was one of the country’s first national parks in 1938. The park has a total area of 979 square kilometers (378 square miles). Yala National Park was severely damaged by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. The park contains two prominent pilgrimage sites, Sithulpahuwa and Magul Vihara. It is home to 44 different species of mammals, and one of the greatest leopard concentrations in the world.

Yala National Park Map
Yala National Park Map | Sri Lanka

History

Yala had been abandoned for 300 years due to unsanitary conditions when Spanish cartographer Cipriano Sanchez drew it on his map in 1560. During his journey from Trincomalee to Hambantota, Chief Justice Sir Alexander Johnston wrote a detailed account of Yala. The Yala and Wilpattu reserves were established on March 23, 1900, under the Forest Ordinance. Between the Menik and Kumbukkan Rivers, the reserve’s original size was 389 square kilometers (150 square miles). The reserve was not known as Yala at the time. In order to establish the reserve, the Game Protection Society (now known as the Wildlife and Nature Protection Society) had a major role. The forest area between Palatupana and Yala has been designated as a hunting area for local sportsmen only. As the first park warden, Henry Engelbrecht was given the job.

National Park Yala was established on March 1, 1938, when the Flora and Fauna Protection Ordinance was passed by D. S. Senanayake. Five blocks make up the park. The park has since grown to include four additional blocks. Around Yala, you’ll find six national parks and three wildlife sanctuaries. There is a direct link between Kumana National Park and the Yala Strict Nature Reserve, Kataragama, Katagamuwa, and Nimalawa sanctuaries, as well.

“There are six national parks and three wildlife sanctuaries in the vicinity of Yala. The Game Protection Society (now the Wildlife and Nature Protection Society) was instrumental in establishing the reserve.”

Physical Features of Yala

There are two distinct types of metamorphic rock in the Yala region: the Vijayan and Highland series, both of which date back to the Precambrian. Six soil types are distinguished by reddish-brown and low humic grey soil. Sri Lanka’s lowest peneplain, which stretches from Trincomalee to Hambantota, is where Yala can be found. The area’s topography consists of a flat and slightly undulating plain that stretches from the coast to the interior, with an elevation of 30 meters (98 feet) near the coast and 100–125 meters (328–410 feet) in the interior. Rain falls primarily during the northeast monsoon in this semi-arid climate region, which is home to one of the world’s largest national parks. Temperatures range from 26.4°C (79.5°F) in January to 30°C (86°F) in April, with a mean annual rainfall of 500–775 millimeters (19.7–30.5 in). Yala experiences stronger winds during the southwest monsoon than during the northeast monsoon, with gusts reaching up to 15 mph (or 23 kph) (9.3 mph).

After the northeast monsoon, water is plentiful, but during the dry season, the surface water becomes a major factor. Streams, tanks, waterholes, rock pools, and lagoons are all examples of surface water. Waterholes can be found in low-lying areas, while rock pools of varying sizes can provide elephants with year-round drinking water. Natural waterholes are ideal habitats for many water birds and water buffaloes. A majority of these reservoirs are found in Block I and Block II. In addition to the Maha Seelawa and Buthawa tanks, there are also the Uraniya and Pilinnawa tanks.  From the highlands of the nearby Uva and central hills, a number of rivers and streams flow southeastward. There are two rivers that flow through the park, Kumbukkan Oya in the east and Menik River in its tributaries in the west, which provide water for wild animals during the dry season. During the dry season, the park’s streams are usually dry. During the rainy and dry seasons, these rivers and streams experience some variation in the runoff. In the rainy season, Kumbukkan Oya releases seven times as much water as in the dry season. The park’s coastline features a slew of lagoons. From Colombo, there are a number of ways to get to Yala, but the shortest route via Ratnapura and Tissamaharama is 270 kilometers.  (170 mi)

“Topographically the area is a flat and undulating plain that runs to the coast. The mean annual rainfall ranges between 500–775 millimeters (19.7–30.5 in). Waterholes and rock pools are capable of containing water year-round. Rivers and streams flow in a southeasterly direction across the park. Kumbukkan Oya discharges seven times as much water in the rainy season than in the dry season.”

Flora

All of Yala National Park’s ecosystems, from moist monsoon forests to dry monsoon forests, semi-deciduous forests to thorn forests to grasslands to wetlands to beaches, are represented in the park. Block I and rangelands of open parkland (pelessa grasslands) make up the majority of the forest cover. Around the Menik River, there is a forest area, while rangelands can be found on the other side of the river. Besides tanks and water holes, lagoons, mangroves, and chena lands, there are other habitat types in Block I. Rhizophora mucronata dominates the Buthuwa lagoon’s mangrove vegetation, with Avicennia and Aegiceras species being rarer. Yalawela, a former paddy field, is a pitiya grassland in Block II, which is similar to Block I’s vegetation. Menik River’s estuary is home to Block II’s mangroves, which cover 100 hectares (0.39 sq mi). Rhizophora mucronata, Sonneratia caseolaris, Avicennia spp., and Aegiceras corniculatum are the most common mangrove plants. There are three lagoons in this area: the Pilinnawa, Mahapothana, and Pahalapothana lakes.  Acanthus ilicifolius, Excoecaria agallocha, and Lumnitzera racemosa are three other common mangrove species. Crinum zeylanicum can be found in the sand.

Three blocks in particular have a lot of forests. Drypetes sepiaria and Manilkara hexandra are the dominant species in the forest’s canopy. For grazing animals, Pitiya grassland is critical. At the beach, Cynodon barberi is the most common grass, whereas Zoysia matrella takes over in pitiya grassland. More than 300 species of flowers can be found in the area. The most common are Manilkara hexandra and Drypetes sepiaria, as well as Ceylon satinwood (Terminalio arjuna), limonia, Berrya cordifolia, Randia dumetorum, and Pleurostylia oppositorum. Other common flowers include bell mimosa (Gmelina asiatica) and neem (Glycyrrhiza sylvestre). Wild rice can be found in the flooded areas of Block II. There is an endemic plant species called Glenniea unijuga that can be found in the park’s wetlands. It is possible to find medicinal plants such as Munronia pumila, Salacia reticulata and Asparagus racemosus.

“Yala National Park has a variety of ecosystems including mangroves, thorn forests, grasslands, marshes, marine wetlands, and sandy beaches. The area under forest cover mainly consists of Block I and rangelands of open parkland (pelessa grasslands).”

Fauna

Birds

There are 70 IBAs in Sri Lanka, and Yala is one of them. Seven of the park’s 215 bird species are unique to Sri Lanka. Seven species of birds, including the Sri Lankan grey hornbill, the crimson-headed barbet, black-capped bulbul, the blue-tail nectar beetle and the brown-capped babbler, are found in Sri Lanka. The wetlands of Yala are home to 90 waterbirds, half of which are migratory. In terms of waterbirds, waterfowl (lesser whistling duck, garganey) and cormorants (little cormorant, Indian cormorant), large waterbirds (grey heron, black-headed ibis, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian openbill, painted stork), small waders Charadrius spp. are the most common. Many of the park’s rare birds, such as the black-necked stork and the lesser adjutant, can be found there. Additionally, the migratory great white pelican and the resident spot-billed pelican have been spotted. There are also pelicans, lesser flamingos, egrets, purple swamphens, and Oriental darters that are attracted to the Yala lagoons. During the northeast monsoon, thousands of waterfowl flock to Yala’s lagoons. In addition to white-winged terns and curlews and whimbrels, godwits and ruddy turnstone are included in this group. Lesser whistling duck, yellow-wattled lapwing, red-wattled lapwing, and great stone curlew were all present, and the visiting species mixed in with them. Additionally, there are other birds such as the rock pigeon and the barred buttonquail as well as the Indian peafowl and the black-winged stilt. Raptors in the park include the crested serpent eagle and white-bellied sea eagle.. There are pigeons, hornbills, Old World flycatchers, Indian paradise flycatchers, Asian barbets, and orioles in the forest.

“Yala National Park is one of the 70 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in Sri Lanka. Of 215 bird species of the park, seven are endemic to the country. Thousands of waterfowl migrate to the lagoons of Yala during the northeast monsoon.”

Mammals

Yala National Park is home to 44 species of mammals, including the Sri Lankan elephant, and it has one of the greatest leopard concentrations in the world, with the Sri Lankan elephant being the most prominent.  It is thought that there are 25 individual leopards roaming around in Block I.  Yala’s elephant herd consists of approximately 300–350 animals.  Yala is home to a number of endangered species, including the Sri Lankan sloth bear, leopard, elephant, and wild water buffalo, all of which are found in the area. However, despite the fact that water buffaloes are native to Sri Lanka, the vast majority of herds contain DNA from domestic stock or are descended from feral populations. In addition to toque macaques and golden palm civet, red slender loris, and fishing cat, there are a variety of additional mammals that can be found in Yala. The number of elephants in the park varies according to the season.

“Yala National Park has one of the highest leopard densities in the world. Sri Lankan sloth bear, leopard, elephant, and wild water buffalo are all threatened mammals. The elephant population of Yala varies seasonally from 300 to 350 individuals.”

Reptiles

There are 47 species of reptiles recorded in the park, with six of them being endemic to the area. The endemic species include the Sri Lankan krait, the Boulenger’s keelback, the Sri Lankan flying snake, the painted-lip lizard, the Wiegmann’s agama, and the Bahir’s fan-throated lizard.  The park’s coastline is visited by all five of Sri Lanka’s globally endangered sea turtles (leatherback turtle, olive ridley, loggerhead sea turtle, hawksbill turtle, and green turtle) that make their way to the country’s shores each year.  The park is home to two of Sri Lanka’s breeding crocodile species, the mugger crocodile and the saltwater crocodile, both of which are found in the country. The Indian cobra and the Russell’s viper are two of the other reptiles found in the area.

“There are 47 species of reptiles recorded in the park, with six of them endemic to the area. The park is home to two of Sri Lanka’s breeding crocodile species, the mugger crocodile and saltwater crocodile. It also has a coastline visited by all five of the world’s globally endangered sea turtles.”

Amphibians

It has been recorded that there are 18 different amphibian species in Yala, with the exception of Bufo atukoralei and Adenomus kelaartii, which are both endemic to Sri Lanka.

Fish

Freshwater fish have been discovered in the Yala water courses, totaling 21 species.  The fish population in the perennial reservoirs is dominated by Mozambique tilapia, an exotic food fish from Africa.  Among other species, the stone sucker and the Esomus thermoicos are considered endemic. The common fish species include the blackspot barb, olive barb, orange chromide, and common spiny loach, among others.

Invertebrates

The lagoons of the park are home to a variety of animals, including crabs and prawns. A wide variety of butterfly species can be found in this area. The common bluebottle, the common lime butterfly, the crimson rose, the common Jezebel, and the common Mormon are among the species that can be found in abundance.

Cultural Importance

Yala had been a hub of civilizations in the distant past. According to Hindu mythology, King Ravana created his empire here, with Ravana Kotte, now submerged in the sea, serving as the realm’s border.

According to the citations cited above, Yala’s location on a seagoing trade route allowed seafarers to bring the Indo-Aryan culture with them. The evidence of a wealthy hydraulic and agricultural civilization dating back to the 5th century BC can be found in a vast number of disrepaired tanks. One of the park’s most notable features is the Situlpahuwa, where 12,000 arahants lived, as well as the Magul Vihara (made 87 BC) and Akas Chaitiya (built 2nd century BC). The Ruhuna Kingdom period saw a boom in agriculture in the region. By the end of the 13th century, according to Mahavamsa, the Kingdom of Ruhuna had begun to fall. Hunters from all over the world flocked to Yala during the colonial period. 400,000 pilgrims travel to Yala every year to pray.

“King Ravana is believed to have established his kingdom here with Ravana Kotte, now submerged in the sea, as its boundary. Seafaring traders brought Indo-Aryan civilisation with them, as Yala is situated in their trading route. According to Mahavamsa, the Kingdom of Ruhuna began to decline by the end of the 13th Century AD.”

The Dangers and the Need to Conserve

The park is threatened by poaching, gem mining, logging, agricultural encroachment, and free-roaming domestic livestock. Poachers have killed three game wardens in recent clashes. Along the Menik River, gems are mined, and the Kumbukkan Oya has holes up to 30 meters (98 feet) in diameter created by the mining process. Chena and burning for grazing collide with the boundary in Block III and IV, where the encroachment is most severe. Forest dieback threatens a large grove of Sonneratia caseolaris in the Menik River estuary. Tourism-related noise and air pollution, as well as tobacco cultivation, round out the list of potential threats to the environment. As a result of the spread of invasive alien species like Lantana camara and Opuntii dillenii, native plants are under threat.

Fishermen in Patanangala poach and disturb the wildlife. Fishermen catch turtles in their nets, and they also leave behind a trail of trash on the beach. They’ve also dug up turtle nests and set traps inland. Since hand-weeding was discontinued in the 1950s, the conversion of interior grasslands to scrub jungle is inevitable. Vehicles harassing wild animals are just one example of the problems that tourism has caused in the past. Sithulpahuwa has the most serious problem with commercialization because there are so many pilgrims flocking there. Management of grazing lands, the conservation of small waterways, and the elimination of alien species have all been implemented by the Department of Wildlife Conservation. To keep elephants out of nearby settlements, a 40-kilometer (25-mile) electric fence was built.

Tourism

Despite the noise and pollution tourism causes, it helps to legitimize the existence of the National Park. Yala National Park is Sri Lanka’s most popular tourist attraction. There is a lot of traffic in Block I. As a result, Block III (the main gate in Galge region, on the Buttala-Kataragama Road) and the nearby Kumana Park or “Yala East” (the major gate at Okanda, on the east coast, not far from Pottuvil) have become famous destination in their own right, as well.

Note that the Situlpahuwa pilgrimage site, located in Block III, is accessible FOC through different routes from Tissa and Kataragama, and has a kind of ‘enclave’ status. Moreover half of the tourists claimed that they came to witness wild animals, with elephants taking the top spot. Many of the guests like seeing bear-like creatures like leopards and birds. No violence in Yala has happened since the May 2009 conclusion of the civil conflict, and this was a major reason for the decision to open blocks III and V to tourists.

5.30 am – 6.30 pm is the time when tourists can witness the wild creatures in their natural habitats  While droughts have previously forced the park’s yearly closure from September 1 through October 15, 2009 and 2010 were the first two years that the park was open to the public, a future strategy on drought management has not yet been established.

“Yala National Park is Sri Lanka’s most popular tourist attraction. No violence in Yala has occurred since the May 2009 end of the civil war, and this was a major factor in the decision to open blocks III and V to tourists. 5.30 am – 6.30 pm is the time when visitors can see the wild animals in their natural habitats. A future strategy on drought management has not yet been established.”

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