Sri Lanka is popular among tourists worldwide for scenic beauty, sandy beaches, tropical sunshine, ancient culture and the cool climes of the hill country. Kulu is the first operator to establish and practice of environmentally conscious camping. I would make sure, next time I go to Sri Lanka, that I had Rohan driving me around. The meals at Noel Rodgrio’s Leopard Safaris are good by any standard, and particularly for the fact that they are prepared at a national park. Moreover, Kumar will teach you a lot about Sri Lanka culture, wildlife, and food, always with respect and taking the time to show you the authentic side of it. Cannot recommend more, unless you need your standard hotel confort.
Forget any ideas about cramped tents and sitting on the ground for mealtimes – this is camping in style! This African style lodge tent combines a true wild experience close to nature, replete with extra comfort. Our arrival assistant will welcome with Sri Lankan hospitality and assist you for all needs in the airport. In addition, there’s a large open tent that’s used as a living room/dining room in the event of rain; a hot and cold water shower – the water is heated when you’re out on a drive, ready for your return – and a chemical toilet per tent.
I booked this experience for the benefit of my family but I was so pleasantly surprised to find that I was extremely comfortable at Leopard Trails Camp. Those with a sense of adventure can enjoy camping in Sri Lanka, staying near well known National Parks surrounded by untouched natural beauty. We are offering you an exclusive , private , walking safari experience , that has not been offered in Sri Lanka before.
In the arid south-east lies Yala, Sri Lanka’s surprisingly lush second-largest national park, where you can camp in style on site. You should be able to spot mammals such as Elk, deer, giant squirrel, wild boar, wild hare, porcupine and leopard and many migratory birds. At the end of the day, around 4 ‘clock, a cup of tea will be offered and we go out for a final walk to the nearby lakes with hopefully a very good chance to see the local wild elephants that are taking some refreshment.
Maybe you prefer our classic Kumana camping safari, but like to spend only one night inside the national park because of the costs. For a small island, Sri Lanka has many nicknames: Serendib, Ceylon, Teardrop of India, Resplendent Isle, Island of Dharma, Pearl of the Orient. Being home to 303 species of plants belonging to 95 families and to 248 species of vertebrate animals, it might be one of the last remaining tracts of pristine mangrove forests in Sri Lanka.
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