A rejuvenating retreat from the daily rigors of urban living, with an extraordinary and refreshing array of features and scenically located by the ancient ‘Tissa Wewa”, The Safari – Tissa comprise 50 rooms, a main dining restaurant, spacious pool area, volleyball court and tennis courts. It is also strategically located close to many places of religious and cultural interest such as much visited Shrine in Kataragama, the great pilgrim shrine, which is dedicated to Skanda, a popular Hindu deity.
We have received the following advice:
“We would like to bring to your notice that, as per the Department of Wildlife, Yala National Park will be closed to visitors between 1st to 30th September.
The annual park closure was put on hold for a few years in the recent past due to various influences, but we believe that it’s a welcome decision to have an undisturbed park at least for a month during the drought.”