The Camp and Location

This is a mobile tented camping experience inside Kumana National Park, two hours jeep drive away from the park gate. The camp is situated really remote, deep inside the jungle and this is real private camping and the ultimate wildlife experience Sri Lanka has to offer. Minimum two nights stay is recommended due to the distance to the park and to the camp from the entrance. 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 bordering Kumana National Park and Yala National Park’s Zone II.

The closest town to Kumana National Park is the small village town of Panama which is 45 minutes from popular beach of Arugam Bay. This is a sustainable tourism initiative to support the local community and families in the area and the team is entirely from the nearby Panama village headed by an English speaking crew manager and a naturalist.

Except you and the camp crew, no any other people in the sight as you are deep in the jungle and you only here pure silence. Occasionally see Elephants who come to drink water or cross the river near the camp.

Tents

Tents are big enough to sleep a family of three. 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 from the village 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 campfire and fire torches with your friends and family in the river bank. Chilled Beer is served throughout the day. The kids even can join with the team to make the campfire.

When not going for safaris, it is a nice experience to have a swim in the river and enjoy some chilled Beer till early evening.

Safaris

Private and guided safaris all for you in Kumana National Park. The Kumana Bird Sanctuary is certainly an ornithologist’s Paradise! Situated 391 km from Colombo on the southeastern coast of the country, it is one of the finest bird sanctuaries in the country.

The Kumana Bird Sanctuary established in 1938, is part of the Kumana National Park and is one of the most important nesting and breeding grounds for birds in Sri Lanka. Of the country’s 400 bird species, the Kumana Bird Sanctuary is known to have recorded 255 species of birds.

The mammals found here are the Sri Lankan Elephant, Leopard, Sloth Bear, European Otter, Fishing cat, Wild boar and the Golden jackal. The common reptiles are the Mugger Crocodile, Indian flap-shelled turtle and the Indian black turtle.

The Camp and Location

This is a mobile tented camping experience inside Kumana National Park, two hours jeep drive away from the park gate. The camp is situated really remote, deep inside the jungle and this is real private camping and the ultimate wildlife experience Sri Lanka has to offer. Minimum two nights stay is recommended due to the distance to the park and to the camp from the entrance. 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 bordering Kumana National Park and Yala National Park’s Zone II.

The closest town to Kumana National Park is the small village town of Panama which is 45 minutes from popular beach of Arugam Bay. This is a sustainable tourism initiative to support the local community and families in the area and the team is entirely from the nearby Panama village headed by an English speaking crew manager and a naturalist.

Except you and the camp crew, no any other people in the sight as you are deep in the jungle and you only here pure silence. Occasionally see Elephants who come to drink water or cross the river near the camp.

Tents

Tents are big enough to sleep a family of three. 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 from the village 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 campfire and fire torches with your friends and family in the river bank. Chilled Beer is served throughout the day. The kids even can join with the team to make the campfire.

When not going for safaris, it is a nice experience to have a swim in the river and enjoy some chilled Beer till early evening.

Safaris

Private and guided safaris all for you in Kumana National Park. The Kumana Bird Sanctuary is certainly an ornithologist’s Paradise! Situated 391 km from Colombo on the southeastern coast of the country, it is one of the finest bird sanctuaries in the country.

The Kumana Bird Sanctuary established in 1938, is part of the Kumana National Park and is one of the most important nesting and breeding grounds for birds in Sri Lanka. Of the country’s 400 bird species, the Kumana Bird Sanctuary is known to have recorded 255 species of birds.

The mammals found here are the Sri Lankan Elephant, Leopard, Sloth Bear, European Otter, Fishing cat, Wild boar and the Golden jackal. The common reptiles are the Mugger Crocodile, Indian flap-shelled turtle and the Indian black turtle.

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