Wild Coast Tented Lodge, Sri Lanka
Leopards, sloth bears and jungle cats are among the safari thrills for guests in these 28 luxury tents opening at the edge of Yala National Park in mid-2017. Outdoor bathrooms and private decks are perks of these chic vaulted “cocoons”, while the four secluded beachfront abodes have private plunge pools in addition to a vast free-form swimming pool. The sustainability-minded hoteliers behind Cape Weligama and Tea Trails, part of the Dilmah tea empire, also have a conservation station; guests can join resident naturalists to track high-density zones of animal movement, monitoring remote cameras and observing data collected. In partnership with the Wilderness and Wildlife Conservation Trust, they aim to improve co-existence between humans and wildlife in the Central Highlands.
Source - Independent - Travel News