Go forth into the wild, or back into the early centuries
Bordering Sri Lanka’s famed reserve of Yala National Park, Jetwing Safari Camp is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. The abundance of exotic flora and fauna within the sanctuary is a treat that can be enjoyed as you wish on a series of full or half-day safaris. For birding enthusiasts, a number of dedicated trails in our immediate region offer a specialised wildlife experience.
The surrounding region is also one that is rich in history and culture, home to the ancient temples of Kataragama and Sithulpawwa – both significant in their own right. While the latter serves as an ancient Buddhist monastery dating back to the 2nd century BC, Kataragama has been a revered town for pilgrims of multiple faiths for centuries.
In addition to the natural and historical wonders that abound the area, the immediate beachfront of Jetwing Safari Camp is a stretch of unspoilt, private golden sand to laze your evenings away with spectacular, amethyst-soaked sunsets to awe you.
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Take a safari through one of the world’s best places to spot leopards, elephants and sloth bears.
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The vast estuaries and saltmarshes of this coastal national park are home to a bewildering array of bird life.
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Explore open aviaries in Debarawewa and Sithulpawwa or take a stroll along the periphery fence and be amazed by the abundance of bird life.
Roam an ancient rock monastery deep inside the Yala National Park, with a history of over 2000 years.
Visit a historical pilgrimage town revered by multiple faiths across Sri Lanka.