A New Luxury Lodge in Yala National Park

Nestled on the fringes of Yala National Park, Wild Coast Tented Lodge sits on a deserted beach.

Nestled on the fringes of Yala National Park, Wild Coast Tented Lodge sits on a deserted beach.

Come next year, the folks behind Dilmah Tea and Resplendent Ceylon are set to open a third property on the edge of Yala National Park, a premier eco-tourism destination in Sri Lanka that teems with wildlife. Combining five-star living with the great outdoors, Wild Coast Tented Lodge will offer 28 tented Cocoon suites, each of which will boast panoramic jungle views and safari-chic furnishings. Some will even overlook the beach and come with private plunge pools, making it that much more difficult for guests to leave the property.

Inside one of the Cocoon suites.

Inside one of the Cocoon suites.

Housed in an open-air, bamboo-clad structure, the on-site bar and restaurant will serve a rotating menu of Sri Lankan delicacies and a refreshing array of sundowner cocktails. But if you’re searching for an epicurean experience that will help you get back in touch with your wild side, opt for a picnic on the dunes and tuck into a spread of scrumptious dishes as you watch the dusk settle over the vast Indian Ocean. From lectures and workshops to nature walks and bird-watching sessions, the lodge will also offer wilderness experiences aplenty, inviting visitors to discover the island-nation’s wealth of natural treasures.

For more information, visit Wild Coast Tented Lodge.

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