The Jetwing Group is infusing US$ 1.25 mn to transform its Trincomalee beach front property into a luxury ‘tented beach camp’. The Jetwing Group is infusing US$ 1.25 mn to transform its Trincomalee beach front property into a luxury ‘tented beach camp’. Sprawled over 23 acre patch of jungle with a beach frontage on the famous Nilaweli beach, the property also over looks another tourist haunt – Pigeon Island.
Luxury accommodation would be provided at 25 small self-contained units placed in a wooded setting. Each unit would possess its private garden.
“The general atmosphere at the site is one of minimal intervention. The tourist is one with nature and beachfront surroundings living under canvas on the edge of civilization,” says Jetwing.
Guests will arrive at open grassland and will be received in a large open ‘Maduwa’ or shed made of Palmyrah logs and covered in Palmyrah leaves. They are then escorted into the forest on meandering forest paths.
For those visitors not inclined to walk, simple transport such as cycle rickshaw may be used. Luggage is sent separately to the rooms.
Guest then arrive at a