Day Trips, Tours and Excursions from Jetwing Tented Villas, Yala

Managed by Jetwing Yala, and located just beyond the precinct of the Yala National Park, Jetwing Tented Villas stands defining the concept of rustic luxury camping. Nestled in the lap of both luxurious comfort and nature's abundant sanctuary, Jetwing Tented Villas is a sprawling, harmonious space with individual tents set in woodlands. Experience the spirit of the wilderness in its most pristine design; wake up to bird songs, be lulled by the roar of the ocean, all from within lavish living spaces. Launch on your own wild adventure just a buggy ride away, or simply imbibe the vibes of the wild while you lie beneath wide open, star spangled skies. Complete with a beach bar, Jetwing Tented Villas not only leads to the beach, but also to the Yala National Park, perhaps the best place on earth to sight leopards, sloth bears, elephants and a plethora of wildlife as you've never seen before.

Location

Jetwing Tented Villas is set amidst the immediate outskirts of the Yala National Park. Kataragama is 21 km from the property. Jetwing Tented Villas is approximately 240 km from the capital city of Colombo, 260 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport. On an ordinary day, this would be a 4hr, 4 1/2hr.

Excursions

Xplore the jungles of the Yala National Park; home to the largest variety of Sri Lankan wildlife. This celebrated wildlife hub sits complete with shrubby jungles, fresh water lakes, rivers and beaches. Set out on Yala Safari Jeep Excursions to spot leopards, sloth bears and a host of other fascinating wildlife. A trip to the Bundala National Park; home to migratory waders in Sri Lanka too could be a colourful treat. Approximately 200 species of birds, including magnificent flocks of flamingos and miniscule bee-eaters can be sighted here. In addition, the Udawalawe National Park, with its herds of elephants, wild buffalo, sambar and leopards is perhaps Sri Lankan's Savannah, and the best place to watch elephants. Bird trails too could be arranged along the areas of Bundala, Sithulpauwa and Debarawewa, all within easy reach.