Private Tented Safari Camps in Yala, Udawalawe, Wilpattu and nine other National Parks


carbon neutralWe at Mahoora are governed by our owning company, Eco team’s Environment & Community policy 

We at Eco Team aim to re-invent the tourism model in Sri Lanka by staying ahead to ensure that our business has a long term benefit for our communities, the environment and our customers.We believe that the people, our community, are central to any strategy that involves protecting the environment and its communities.



Mahoora Safari Camps climate change awareness campaign

As part of MCCS, we constantly strive to educate our stakeholders on climate change and motivate them to take action however possible. This includes, among other things, client awareness, community awareness, and staff training. We have answered some of the FAQs pertaining to climate change in keeping with our awareness initiatives.

 Mahoora Locations

National Parks

Sri Lanka’s wildlife is unlike that of any other country in the world. With this island nation being so compact, it is quite incredible that so many different species inhabit this small space. But if you really want to narrow it down to the best animals that can be seen here, in the shortest amount of time, then these Big Five are what will give you the most interesting Sri Lankan holiday experience possible.


Amazing dream-like experience

"My husband and I spent one night at Mahoora tented safari camp, and it was just amazing. The staff welcomed us and took amazing care of us; we felt very privileged. Snacks, drinks and food were delicious. We had 2 safari outings and were lucky to see 6 leopards thanks to the awesome tracker that came with us in the jeep. Our naturalist was also very good and knew basically every bird we saw."

Eloise Y - Lausanne, Switzerland - traveled as a couple



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