The Leopard Trails camp site in Kochchipathana village bordering Yala National Park, features comfortable camping experiences in the wilderness. Replete with luxury tents, private bathrooms and dining area serving international and Sri Lankan meals under a starlit sky, the camp is remotely located amid water, wilderness, scrub jungle, brackish lagoons and riverine life. Set on four acres at-one with nature, the camp site lies six km (30 minutes) from the Katagamuwa entrance to Yala and 30 km from Bundaala National Park, while Mattala Rajapakse International Airport is 25 km away. Five roomy waterproof canvas tents having ensuite bathrooms (with sink, flushable commode and bidet spray) and outdoor open-to-sky shower, are fitted with a fan, electronic safe, 8-inch spring mattress beds, Egyptian cotton linen and verandah camping chairs. A silent generator provides electricity to the camp. The in-house naturalist willingly shares his deep knowledge of Yalaメs wild life, where the parks’ star – the leopard, steals the show.

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1 / 5 based on 2 Reviews

Guest Reviews

Based on 2 Reviews

Overall Rating: 1 / 5

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  • Jun 05, 2015

We were disappointed in our stay at Leopard Trails. This was one of the most expensive parts of the holiday and fell way below our expectations. The tents on the site are in need of updating. The bathrooms were spoilt by the inclusion of quite worn and dirty looking toilet seat covers and mats. A small mirror was supplied in the bathroom which was very rusty and dirty and should be thrown away. When we arrived with our friends we were the only guests on the site. You would have thought that this would have been beneficial with regard to service, food and drink. Whilst the food was very good we had to ask for drinks both during the day and at night with our meals. Unfortunately we only saw 1 sighting of a leopard in the distance and 1 elephant so this maybe marred our experience slightly. We have spent time on private game reserves in South Africa and can only say that Leopard Trails could learn some lessons from these. ... Read More

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  • May 16, 2015

We were disappointed in our stay at Leopard Trails. This was one of the most expensive parts of the holiday and fell way below our expectations. The tents on the site are in need of updating. The bathrooms were spoilt by the inclusion of quite worn and dirty looking toilet seat covers and mats. A small mirror was supplied in the bathroom which was very rusty and dirty and should be thrown away. When we arrived with our friends we were the only guests on the site. You would have thought that this would have been beneficial with regard to service, food and drink. Whilst the food was very good we had to ask for drinks both during the day and at night with our meals. Unfortunately we only saw 1 sighting of a leopard in the distance and 1 elephant so this maybe marred our experience slightly. We have spent time on private game reserves in South Africa and can only say that Leopard Trails could learn some lessons from these. ... Read More

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