Yes there is, and all hot water at our camp in Wilpattu is heated by solar power.
No, not at all. The drive to the entrance of Wilpattu National Park takes just 10 minutes.
It is pretty good, but we also have a generator if the power does go off and this happens from time to time.
In this north western region of the island, the rains mainly fall in December and January, and the rest of the year it is very dry.
Our two family tents both have bunk beds for sleeping children as well as comfortable king-size beds for the parents.
Yes, we own our jeeps and have our own drivers. If guests wish to have a private safari, this can be arranged at a small extra charge.
At present we have two family tents which can sleep up to four. We will soon be adding a tent designed for couples/honeymooners with a private plunge pool.
It takes approximately three hours to drive from Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport and our camp in Wilpattu.
Yes, we have a team of extremely well trained guides who are very knowledgeable, helpful and enthusiastic, and speak good English.
Yes, Sri Lankan cookery classes are one of the experiences we offer at camp. Our chef will be delighted to show you how to make your favourite curries.
Sightings of wildlife can never be guaranteed, however we do often seen elephants on our game drives and hope you will too.
Yes, this is another of our experiences. Our safari guide will happily take you on a walk around our campsite, pointing out the different species of birds.