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Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef

Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef


A small luxury camp offering nine wilderness tents, the Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef sits only metres from the water’s edge. Hidden in Cape Range National Park and overlooking the marine park, this is an incredible spot from which to explore the reef. But being so close to nature does not mean compromising on comfort and each tent features luxurious linens and an ensuite bathroom.

Excellent food, with a native twist, is provided in the dining room, where vivid sunsets bring kangaroos from the bush for their evening graze. A bar and open lounge is a great area to sit out the heat of day or enjoy a quiet sunset. Sal Salis guides are enthusiastic and offer a wealth of knowledge, happily sharing Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range National Park with guests.

During your stay, you very well may swim with whale sharks and manta rays, sea turtles and 250 species of coral. Activities on offer include kayaking, snorkelling, guided gorge walks, wildlife viewing and stargazing. Your stay also includes full breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, return transfers from Learmonth Airport or Exmouth Town, selected beverages, National Park entry fees, guided kayaking and snorkelling excursions, gorge walks and use of snorkelling equipment.

The camp is sustainable and boasts minimal impact on the fragile environment of Cape Range National Park. Almost 100% of the camp’s power is generated by the sun through an array of solar panels. Boardwalks prevent unnecessary soil erosion and the wilderness tents and lodge blend in naturally with the surrounding landscape. Here you will find no TVs or telephones, simply an incredible and ever-changing landscape to absorb.

Each en-suite bathroom has a nature loo and the toiletries provided are local, chemical free and organic. The bed linen is organic cotton and also chemical free – all these small details make a difference.

Further to the sustainable initiatives mentioned above, Sal Salis also donate 5% of the business’s turnover to Western Australia’s Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Parks and Wildlife Service, to assist in conservation work across Western Australia.

Hotel Features:

  • 9 tents
  • Restaurant & bar
  • Courtesy airport transfer

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