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We stayed one night and did two safaris. We had an incredible time. The operation of the camp is top notch. You are immediately greeted with juices and wet towels. The owner Namal is very knowledgeable about the wildlife and other aspects of Wilpattu. The...More
This was the highlight of our Sri Lanka holiday, we stayed 2 nights, and it was absolutely brilliant, from the tents (with the most comfortable pillows I have ever slept on) to the food - 5 star quality, the service given at the camp was...More
Having greatly enjoyed Wilpattu Safari Camp in November 2017, I booked 10 nights at the end of July 2018. The second trip did not disappoint, at all levels. Hospitality is great, the food fantastic and we saw 21 sightings of leopards in 20 game drives....More
The tent itself wasn't special, althought we were amazed by having a bathroom in a tent. Of course there were some smaller animals inside, but that is quite common when you live in a camp. But we were particulalry pleased with the atmosphere during the...More
Walk in the footsteps of one of the greatest wildlife photographers and experience Wilpattu first hand. Stay in a beautiful and spacious tent with all the luxuries around you and all the wildlife at your doorstep. Dine on creative Sri Lankan cuisine that feels like...More
Yes you can see two types of monkeys on safari. They Gray langur and the endemic Toque Macaque. If you are lucky you might even see the very rare Northen Purple Faced Leaf Monkey, also endemic to Sri Lanka
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"Not all tents are within wifi range, although Namal can move the router on request."