Founded by Isuru, Roy and Raj, one of the pioneers of mobile camping in Sri Lanka, Hammock is their latest venture which promises to offer guests a unique camping experience.
The camping outfit operates in the buffer zone of Yala National Park and the Uda Walawe National Parks which is renowned for wild elephant sightings. The Hammock campsite consists of several accommodation tents, a dining tent and kitchen tent. Start the day off with an early morning safari drive to the park in time to catch a glimpse of the animals just waking up from the night’s slumber then return for a leisurely breakfast at the camp. After a traditional Sri Lankan lunch, go on your second safari for the day and try your luck at spotting a leopard if you haven’t caught sight of him yet.
Hammock operates on an all-inclusive basis which includes, accommodation, all meals, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages, a limited number of local beers, wines and spirits, two game drives per day with entrance park fees and fees for a wildlife tracker.
The Yala campsite has eight tents while the Uda Walawe site has three tents.