Sal Salis Reef and Outback Experience

from £1991
excluding flights *
3 nights Apr-Oct

Overview

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef Marine Park as well as the stunning gorges and scenery of Cape Range National Park on this luxury wilderness experience.

Highlights

  • Snorkelling on the house reef just metres from your wilderness camp
  • Exploring the many gorges of Cape Range National Park on a guided walk
  • Experiencing swimming with one of the ocean’s largest marine giants, the whale shark or the humpback
  • Enjoy delicious local cuisine as you dine under the stars
  • Listening to the sounds of the Indian Ocean lapping the sand from the comfort of your bed

What's Included

  • Accommodation in eco-luxe style Wilderness Tents with private bathroom
  • All meals and drinks, including alcoholic beverages
  • All on site camp activities including use of kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and snorkel gear
  • Whale shark or humpback whale cruise

Full description

Located in the sand dunes, moments from the waters edge, Sal Salis epitomises barefoot luxury.  Spend your days swimming with turtles, whale sharks or even humpback whales, or take to the outback and trek high up into the ancient gorges before sleeping under canvas as the southern night sky unfolds above you.

Whale Shark season is from mid-March to the end of July and this experience is inclusive of morning tea and a delicious lunch. Humpback whale season is from the beginning of August to the end of October and is inclusive of return transfers, morning tea and a delicious lunch.

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Prices & Dates *

Airfares start from around £730 per person and are quoted separately to the holiday price. When enquiring, our Travel Specialists will provide the best fare possible from your preferred airline / airport.

From prices per person based on 2 sharing a room with private bathroom

Departure Duration Twin Price (pp)
01 Apr - 31 Oct 2019 3 nights £1,992

What's Included

  • Accommodation in eco-luxe style Wilderness Tents with private bathroom
  • All meals and drinks, including alcoholic beverages
  • All on site camp activities including use of kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and snorkel gear
  • Whale shark or humpback whale cruise (depending on the season)
  • 24 hour emergency assistance from our team during your holiday
  • No surcharge guarantee
  • Full financial protection »

Itinerary & Accommodation

Itinerary & Accommodation

Day 1: arrive Sal Salis Wilderness Camp

On arrival at Sal Salis help yourself to a drink from the open bar as you admire the views out onto the Indian Ocean. Collect a complimentary snorkeling kit and wetsuit and head out to the house reef less than 10 metres from the beach. Marvel at the wealth of marine life below the water on your self guided reef exploration or enjoy the company of a Sal Salis guide who will be more than happy to share their in depth knowledge with you. This evening enjoy dining under the Milky Way as the resident chef prepares a seasonal 3 course menu for you.
Overnight: Sal Salis Wilderness Eco Safari Camp

Day 2: exploring Ningaloo Reef

Today take to the ocean on-board the beautiful 40 foot custom built Wave Rider vessel for the ultimate experience – swimming with marine giants; the gentle whale shark or the majestic humpback whale. Ningaloo Reef is one of the only places in the world to regularly spot whale sharks in large numbers with the optimum time being between April and July. Alternatively between August and October you can have the once in a lifetime opportunity to swim with magnificent humpback whales, an intimate and magical experience with these mighty creatures.
Overnight: Sal Salis Wilderness Eco Safari Camp

Day 3: visit Mandu Mandu Gorge & Yardie Creek Gorge

Today enjoy a guided walk of Mandu Mandu Gorge, located only 2km behind the Sal Salis camp. Walk through the gorge on the lookout for the black-footed rock wallaby before returning to camp for a freshly prepared luncheon. In the afternoon head out with a Sal Salis guide to the spectacular Yardie Creek Gorge. Admire the astounding views as your guide regales you with the history of the formation of this fascinating environment. Optional extras include a boat cruise up the creek to search for wildlife or alternatively return to the camp for one last snorkel in the crystal clear waters before enjoying your final three course dinner.
Overnight: Sal Salis Wilderness Eco Safari Camp

Day 4: depart Sal Salis Wilderness Camp

Enjoy your final breakfast overlooking the Indian Ocean before departing for your onward journey.

Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef

Australia

Grade: Standard

Type: Unique And Boutique

A small luxury camp offering nine wilderness tents, the Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef sits only metres from the water's edge.

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Other Information

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is located within the Cape Range National Park and on the shores of one of the world’s greatest fringing coral reefs. Read on to find out more about their commitment to maintain and protect their environment.

Construction: The camp was built with minimal impact on the environment i.e. the rooms and the main lodge facility are constructed above ground level to protect the fauna and flora. Boardwalks also prevent unnecessary soil erosion and the tents and lodge blends in naturally with the surrounding landscape.

Power: Almost 100% of the camp’s power is generated by the sun through an array of solar panels.

Tents & Bathrooms: Each en-suite bathroom has a nature loo (these very effective composting toilets are transported off-site to be cleaned) and the grey water from the showers and hand basins is carefully managed to ensure only filtered water is dispensed back into the ground. Soaps for guests are produced locally, are chemical free and incorporate native herbs. Sal Salis also supply organic shampoos and conditioners for guests. The bed linen is organic cotton and chemical free. The sheets are a sand colour and are not bleached to maintain pure whiteness.

Water: Filtered drinking water is provided at camp and guests are encouraged to refill their personal drinking containers.

In addition to the park entrance fees, Sal Salis also donate 5% of the business’s turnover to the Western Australia’s Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Parks and Wildlife Service to assist in conservation work across Western Australia.

 

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