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Elephant Reach celebrates 13th anniversary

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Elephant Reach Yala proudly celebrated the 13th anniversary of its successful journey recently, providing absolute comfort and unforgettable experiences to its visitors. With a range of new and improved rooms such as perfectly curated chalets and deluxe rooms it is the epitome of luxury and comfort. The range of delectable and tantalising local cuisine is sure to take patrons, taste buds on a journey, from sweet to spicy and everything in between.  

Elephant Reach is an eco-friendly hotel, and being situated in close proximity to the Yala National Park makes it a complete wildlife experience. Visitors can witness the big four mammals – leopard, elephant, sloth bear and wild buffalo – among the rich and thick greenery. They can also journey into the wilderness and catch a glimpse of Sri Lanka’s broad variety of wildlife and lush greenery. From colourful painted storks in troops, lazy crocodiles, lovely fantailed peacocks, majestic elephants and the star attraction of the park – the leopard. Those visiting in April/May can experience the gamut of beauty and wildlife, as well as the rare sloth bear in action. 

After a day full of adventure, guests can unwind and relax in plush comfort and luxury with Elephant Reach’s garden and pool, in an atmosphere created specially to lighten the body, mind and soul. Elephant Reach offers the chance to be one with nature at one of Sri Lanka’s pioneering eco-friendly hotels, in luxury, comfort, top-notch service and hospitality. 


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