In 2003, a group of well-travelled friends set up a small, exclusive, camping operation in the heart of Wilpattu National Park. They would become the founders of Kulu Safaris, whose aim was to bring to life the mystic of Sri Lanka’s jungles and showcase its abundant, yet seldom-explored biodiversity to the discerning traveller.
Set in a sugar cane field at the age of the lake, Master Campers is in Udawalawe, a short distance from Udawalawe National Park. Free private parking is available on site.
Often visited for its incredible wildlife, Sri Lanka is a popular destination for nature enthusiasts. Sri Lankan Elephants, Sloth Bears and birdlife though impressive, scarcely compare to the experience of being on a leopard safari sri lanka and if you are really interested in spotting a leopard on safari then your best chance is very probably here.
During the grand era of the British dominion, Ceylon was one of the world’s most sought after locations for truly exotic expeditions. The 1800’s witnessed the arrival of British adventurers such as Samuel L. Baker, and with them, hunting and exploration safaris replete with a small army of butlers, cooks, and trackers.
Offering a simple open-plan setting, the Yala Villa is a charming game lodge located within proximity to the Yala National Park. The property which consists of long verandahs with half open walls has a central garden area with a swimming pool.
Back of beyond yala
We opened our first Back of Beyond lodge at Pidurangala to guests in 2007. Today, our Back of Beyond properties have gradually increased to four. In addition, we have undertaken to manage another bungalow which was originally built as personal holiday home.
Experience the island’s most spectacular wilderness. The Yala National Park’s 1000 km2 transports you to a world of elephants, bears, leopards, lizards and monkeys. Our property occupies 3 acres on the very border of the park.
Cinnamon delivers an altogether different side of paradise with our Yala wildlife resort – Cinnamon Wild Yala. The rustic resort is located 335km from the airport and sits on the border of the Yala National Park, complete with a tribe of resident grey lemurs who might just think it fun to jump on your roof in the wee hours of the morning!