Tented Lodge? – All inclusive though!

Today we are in Sri Lanka. Located southeast of India, Sri Lanka is a hidden gem of the Indian Ocean. Beyond its ancient ruins, beautiful beaches, and amazing wildlife, the island nation has many other stories to uncover.

The Wild Coast Tented Lodge – All inclusive, is a recommendation that could disappoint no exquisite traveler.

Adjacent to the famous Yala National Park, renowned for its dense leopard population. This luxury tented camp is located where the jungle meets a pristine beach, overlooking the blue waters of the Indian Ocean.

Wild Coast Lodge’s design uses arched fabric structures that allows the tents to take on the shape and color of the rocks and boulders that lay scattered nearby, while a clever layout in the shape of a leopard’s paw print alludes to the area’s most famous resident. While the main buildings, made of bamboo, blend in with the distinctive rock formations of Yala, the air-conditioned tents offer state-of-the art amenities.

The open-air bamboo-clad Ten Tuskers bar and Dining Pavilion wrap around the resort’s free-form swimming pool. Guests can enjoy creative daily-changing menus of authentic Sri Lankan cuisine in the restaurant, as well as sundowner cocktails and picnics al fresco on the sand dunes, watching dusk settle over the Indian Ocean. Guests learn about the wildlife in the park and watch documentaries in the library.

The property offers vehicles to tour the quietest corners of Yala National Park and expert naturalist guides talk guests through the incredible diversity. The Sanctuary Spa borders pristine ocean and dense bush and uses native Sri Lankan ingredients, Ceylon Tea and Ceylon Cinnamon.

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