On the precipice of luscious jungle and pristine ocean, this uniquely designed luxury camp blends seamlessly with its rugged surroundings. Perched on the edge of Yala National Park, Wild Coast Tented Lodge offers a glamorous alternative to standard safari, with indulgent suites and glistening pools, surrounded by dramatic rocky outcrops and rolling forest-covered hills.
- 28 tents with options for families and private pools
- Bar and restaurant
- Range of excursions including game drives, bush walks, and cultural visits
- Sanctuary Spa
The property’s distinctive domed architecture echoes the surrounding rocks and boulders, enhancing the sense of being at one with the dramatic landscape around you. Cream cocooned suites display a fusion of colonial adventure and futuristic vision, with vaulted canvas ceilings housing smooth teak floors and luxurious four-poster beds. Sink into the warmth of your deep copper bathtub and soak up spectacular views through the vast glass archways before you. Cleverly placed watering holes attract abundant wildlife to your doorstep, with expansive private verandas offering the perfect vantage point to relax and observe.
Arching bamboo domes house the stunningly appointed bar and restaurant, serving sumptuous cocktails and an array of gourmet safari cuisine. For a more intimate affair, take to the secluded, candle-lit beach garden and dine on authentic Sri Lankan cuisine under the inky star-studded sky.
Yala National Park
Romance and relaxation are perfectly partnered with adventure and exploration; Yala National Park, with its diverse landscape and rich ecosystem, is famous above all else for its thriving leopard population. Cruise through this luscious terrain under the watchful eyes of these magnificent creatures, as great birds soar overhead and herds of elephants amble by.
- Innovative design using sustainable and recycled materials
- Bundala School Partnership Project to enable the building of a local school close to Wild Coast Lodge as part of community outreach projects
- Effective eco-friendly waste management methods
- 50 percent of energy is derived from solar power
- Biodegradable and toxin-free packaging used on game drives
- Giving through travel initiative supports the local community in conjunction with tourism
Why we love it
As well as its diverse wildlife, Yala is a landscape steeped in rich culture and ancient history. Let trained rangers guide you deep into the caves of Sithulpawwa in the heart of the National Park, a Buddhist monastery believed to date back to 2nd century BC. A haven of solitude and serenity, this heritage site offers a unique insight into the lost world of the secluded monks and ancient Sri Lankan kings of times gone by. This is a deeply moving cultural experience not to be missed.
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