The Camp and Location

This is a mobile tented camping experience inside Udawalawe National Park. That means the camp is set up just prior to your arrival with sleeping tents and kitchen tents. Usually the camp site is by the river, an exotic location just right for that outdoor camping experience at the heart of wilderness.

Tents

Tents are big enough to sleep a family of three but fits even for four with some rough out. The tents are equipped with folding beds with crisp linen and pillows. Every tent is provided with solar powered lighting and torches. The shower and toilet is located outside the tent, in a separate area.

Food

Freshly cooked onsite by the culinary team using fresh ingredients. Rice & Curries for lunch, Noodle/spaghettis for dinner with BBQ’d chicken, fish, sausages and garlic bread and for breakfast you could decide between western and continental with lots of fresh fruits. Warm lunches will be served by the river bank while you could enjoy the dinner in a magical setting done with a campfire and fire torches with your friends and family. Chilled Beer is served throughout the day. The kids even can join with the team to make the campfire.

Safaris

If your expectation is to have a close encounter with Elephants, then Udawalawe is where you should be heading for. It is considered as one of the best destinations to see herds of Asian Elephants, both adults and young, an estimated 500 elephants in herds of 100, as they roam through the park, feeding on the scrub jungle, marshes and grasslands or enjoying themselves bathing and playing gleefully in the water.

The park is considered a birders haven with endemics such as the Red faced malkoha, Lanka grey hornbill; Brown capped babbler, Sri Lanka spur fowl amongst many rare migrants such as white wagtail and the black capped kingfisher. Flocks of water birds such as the Cormorants, Eurasian spoonbill, Black headed ibis, Asian open bill, and Painted stork live in and around the reservoir. The open areas of the park are seen to attract birds of prey such as white-bellied sea eagle, crested serpent eagle, grey-headed fish eagle, booted eagle and the changeable hawk-eagle. The camp's naturalist will accompany you during your safaris and all safaris are private. Just for you and your family.

The Camp and Location

This is a mobile tented camping experience inside Udawalawe National Park. That means the camp is set up just prior to your arrival with sleeping tents and kitchen tents. Usually the camp site is by the river, an exotic location just right for that outdoor camping experience at the heart of wilderness.

Tents

Tents are big enough to sleep a family of three but fits even for four with some rough out. The tents are equipped with folding beds with crisp linen and pillows. Every tent is provided with solar powered lighting and torches. The shower and toilet is located outside the tent, in a separate area.

Food

Freshly cooked onsite by the culinary team using fresh ingredients. Rice & Curries for lunch, Noodle/spaghettis for dinner with BBQ’d chicken, fish, sausages and garlic bread and for breakfast you could decide between western and continental with lots of fresh fruits. Warm lunches will be served by the river bank while you could enjoy the dinner in a magical setting done with a campfire and fire torches with your friends and family. Chilled Beer is served throughout the day. The kids even can join with the team to make the campfire.

Safaris

If your expectation is to have a close encounter with Elephants, then Udawalawe is where you should be heading for. It is considered as one of the best destinations to see herds of Asian Elephants, both adults and young, an estimated 500 elephants in herds of 100, as they roam through the park, feeding on the scrub jungle, marshes and grasslands or enjoying themselves bathing and playing gleefully in the water.

The park is considered a birders haven with endemics such as the Red faced malkoha, Lanka grey hornbill; Brown capped babbler, Sri Lanka spur fowl amongst many rare migrants such as white wagtail and the black capped kingfisher. Flocks of water birds such as the Cormorants, Eurasian spoonbill, Black headed ibis, Asian open bill, and Painted stork live in and around the reservoir. The open areas of the park are seen to attract birds of prey such as white-bellied sea eagle, crested serpent eagle, grey-headed fish eagle, booted eagle and the changeable hawk-eagle. The camp's naturalist will accompany you during your safaris and all safaris are private. Just for you and your family.

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