Mahoora Elite Camps - Yala National Park


Climate & What to Pack

Situated in the dry zone of Sri Lanka, the climate in Yala is hot and humid. The mean annual temperature is around 27 degrees Celsius, but during the dry season, from May to October, temperatures may reach 37 Celsius. The rain often comes in short and intense bursts before clearing up again. The rainiest season is from November to January, when the north-east monsoon brings relief to the fauna and flora.

What to Pack for Safaris in Sri Lanka

  • Light-colored cotton clothing

  • Lip balm

  • Sunscreen

  • Jumper / sweater for morning safaris

  • Sunglasses

  • Sneakers for nature walks

  • Bug spray

  • Sun hat or cap

  • Camera

  • Scarf or dust mask

safari jeep

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Mahoora Mobile Tented Safari Camps offer you the chance to experience an adventure which will dazzle, inspire and astonish.Choose from many locations and enjoy them with a team of individuals who set the benchmark for safari camping in Sri Lanka.