Yala used to famous for elephants many years ago. Now elephant numbers are growing again. This is perhaps due to loss of migratory path habitat and encroachment of unauthorised settlements and farming lands. At Isle of Smiles Wild, we are conscious of the need for sustainable wildlife conservation. Our team members at part of the… Continue reading Elephants in Yala National Park and Sustainable Wildlife Conservation.
With Wildlife Photographer - Shane W.G. Bayley. Witness one of the world's biggest elephant herds at "The Gathering" at Minneriya and Kaudulla National Parks with Isle of Smiles founder and third generation Sri Lankan wildlife enthusiast and photographer, Shane W.G. Bayley. Isle of Smiles Wild's tour and safari packages with Shane's knowledge of wildlife and… Continue reading Witness “The Gathering” of Elephants.
Dambulla Cave Temple dates back to the 1st Century BC and is still excellently preserved. The temple, also called Dambulla Rock Temple was built into a large rocky outcrop. It is located on the Dambulla Kandy Road near Dambulla town. See this with #isleofsmilessrilanka.www.isleofsmilessrilanka.com
While most of us go to Yala National Park to see the abundant animals and birds, many miss the the sheer beauty of Yala's scenery and landscapes. We must not lose the big picture that being in a pristine national park like Yala is an experience in nature; the trees, lakes, hills, rocky outcrops and… Continue reading Scenes of Yala National Park