Kokmote Bungalow is a unique tourist bungalow located within Wilpattu National Park, the largest national park in Sri Lanka. The lodge can be reached from the Hunuwilagama main entrance of the park, following a 41 km drive through the jungle. It is considered to be the remotest bungalow in the Wilpattu National Park. Due to its special architectural features, it stands out among other bungalows. The almost wood-crafted Kokmote Bungalow features the characteristics of a European alpine hut. This bungalow maintained by the Department of Wildlife Conservation can accommodate a maximum of 16 people. There is also a solar-generated power supply and pipe-borne water. If you provide the necessary food items to the caretakers, they will prepare your meals. It is possible to make online reservations for this bungalow. Modaragam Aru, which marks the northern boundary of the Wilpattu National Park, flows very close to the Kokmote Bungalow.