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MAHOORA, the luxury Tented Safari experience blending service fit for royalty with an indigenous touch and real wilderness
MAHOORA, the luxury Tented Safari experience blending service fit for royalty with an indigenous touch and real wilderness

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Surroundings of Wilpattu Mahoora,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!

For more info visit: http://www.mahoora.com/locations/mahoora-safari-camps-wilpattu-sri-lanka.html
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Enjoy your favourite drink while stay with us,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!

#Mahoora #Camping #Wilpattu #SriLanka

For more info visit : http://www.mahoora.com/locations/mahoora-safari-camps-wilpattu-sri-lanka.html
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Table arrangements and the campfire ...!

#Mahoora #Yala #srilanka

For more info visit: http://www.mahoora.com/locations/mahoora-safari-camps-yala-sri-lanka.html
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#Mahoora #Birdingsafari #Yala #SriLanka

Seen at the first pond near Katagamuwa junction Yala

For more info visit: http://www.mahoora.com/national-parks/yala-national-park-sri-lanka.html
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Tuskers in Yala Sri lanka ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!
#Mahoora #Safari #Yala #Srilanka
Just as all other wild animals, are extremely careful and never drop their guard. Avoiding your enemies and staying alert are the most important factors in surviving in the wild. That is one of the reasons why elephants do not sleep much,
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Wildlife photography techniques of the week,,,,,,,,,,,,,!

Getting close to wild animals and birds is the most difficult part of wildlife photography, that’s why a hide or blind is an essential part in the professional wildlife photographer’s kit.

One solution is to turn your jeep into a mobile hide.

Wild animals are surprisingly tolerant of vehicles, although you’ll still need to avoid sudden movements once you’re parked up.
For the sharpest shots, use a beanbag – to support the lens on the door frame, activate the camera or lens’s stabilizer and switch the car engine off to stop any vibrations.

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The green bee-eater is a common sight in Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park. This energetic bird is easily identifiable by its beautiful green, blue, and orange plumage. At Yala, they have been observed to have adopted the somewhat unusual survival strategy of following Safari Jeeps, as the engine noise and vibrations cause insects (bees, dragonflies, flies, and others) hiding in trees to fly, making ... See More — at Yala National Park.
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