Whether you are tracking the elusive Panthera Pardus Kotiya – the endangered Leopard subspecies of Sri Lanka or merely looking to spend a few days away from the big city life, Leopard Trails offers you a luxurious mobile camping experience just outside the buffer zone bordering Yala National Park. Set on a four-acre expanse in the heart of wilderness, the campsite is close to the ancient temples of Sithulpauwa, Kataragama and Tissamaharama. A charming blend of old world hospitality and personalised service is yours to enjoy with Leopard Trails with accommodation up to 12 guests at the camp site. And camping means five spacious, waterproof tents that can sleep three guests, ensuite bathroom with sink and w/c (flushable commode and bidet spray), mirror and bath products and the luxury of an outdoor shower that is open to the sky; 8 inch spring mattresses draped in Egyptian cotton bed linen and outdoor camping chairs in the veranda with a silent generator to provide light and cooling fans to chase away the heat. The lounge tent hosts a sitting and dining area, bar and a small library too. A range of Sri Lankan or western dishes are yours to savour – all prepared with fresh village vegetables, meat and fish; and BBQ’s are arranged for larger groups as well. You will enjoy two game drives a day in a customised safari vehicle with an experienced guide to show you all the wonders of the wilderness.

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