Explorers. Wildlife lovers. Photographers.
Leopards and sloths for neighbours. Ocean breeze. Star-studded Sri Lankan night sky. Picnics on the sand dunes. Bare wild nature.
The dry season from May – October is the best time to visit.
Wild Coast Tented Lodge is a unique luxury camp on the shores of the Indian Ocean and next to Yala National Park in Sri Lanka.
The unique architecture was created by Dutch, English and Sri Lankan designers, using natural materials, and masterfully diminishing the line between man-made and nature. There are 28 luxury tents, called Cocoons & Urchins, in the shape and colour of the surrounding rock formations, and the aerial view of a leopard's paw print. Enjoy expedition chic design, complete with copper bathtubs and four-poster beds, views to the jungle or the ocean, and private plunge pools in some.
Cool off in the pool after a day of exploring. Visit the Sanctuary Spa and get one of the traditional Sri Lankan treatments, using Ceylon Tea and Ceylon Cinnamon.
Yala National Park is famous for the highest leopard concentration in the world and is perfect for wildlife lovers. Enjoy daily safaris with expert naturalist guides, discovering exotic flora and fauna, various birds and mammals, including elephants and sloth bears. A day trip to some of the ancient Buddhist sites in the area is recommended as well.
Cuisine inspired by the Malay community - rotisserie, barbecue, Indian bread & meats from a tandoori oven.
Fly into Ratmalana Airport and arrange a a pickup with the hotel.
*Photos property of Wild Coast Tented Lodge Yala