A leopard sits in the road in Yala National Park, Sri Lanka. Photo: Alamy

Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park is the place to see leopards in Asia, but can it cope with hordes of tourists?

The park claims the highest leopard density in the world, but with large groups of jeeps fighting for the best views and visitors littering and feeding animals, there are fears the big cats’ environment is under threat

Topic |   Asia travel

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A leopard sits in the road in Yala National Park, Sri Lanka. Photo: Alamy
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Jamie Carter

Jamie Carter

Jamie has been writing about travel, technology and astronomy for SCMP.com for almost a decade. He's visited over 60 countries, picking up travel hacks and tech tips along the way. However, he's usually in search of wilderness and dark skies to indulge his joint interests of photography and stargazing. Astronomy and travel clash in his latest venture, WhenIsTheNextEclipse.com