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Every three or four days, the leopard kills and stores his deer high in a tree to munch on. "He just fed on a huge buffalo two days ago, and now he will not have to eat for months. Sugathes the driver suddenly roars the engine and breaks down a new path, alerted by the spotted deer's danger calls.
Please note down the following documents which you will need to bring for your appointment: Your Original Passport Please note that we don’t have parking facilities on our premises.The Leopards Trail camp is a relatively new enterprise, just opened in the last year by a group of adventurous businessmen in Colombo, inspired by their own safari experiences in Africa.The passion of the outfit speaks to the boom in tourism that Sri Lanka has been enjoying ever since the country emerged, in 2009, from a 25 year civil war.A month later, he was back working with that chimp. The two rangers sat in chairs looking out into the bush as if two spectators before an enormous movie screen. They are similarly jovial with the Sri Lankan team that makes this safari work: the native guide who jumps in the jeep with us to track footprints; the gourmet chef who once worked in Saudi Arabia, on a compound; the young men who bring glasses of chilled wine to your tent; the elderly driver, Sugathes who, over his long career, managed to acquire a fleet of a dozen jeeps, yet still keeps working as a driver, as he "loves to drive and look for animals." "Don't you ever tire of it? I listen to the quiet bath of sun--the chirping of birds---the splash of water."When there are no guests, you guys just sit here, alone? " I asked, as the jeep bounced violently up the dirt road, past a wrinkled elephant and an egret. Crocodile eyes peer among the floating white lotus flowers while water buffalo sink to their ears and a dozen painted storks, with pink feathers, stand high on a sand bank.
"I think of my role as hopefully being more than just showing guests the animals," said Andy, the ranger with bright honeyed eyes, a South African recruited this year from Johannesburg.