The beautiful Kulala Wilderness Camp, managed and owned by Wilderness Safaris, features nine ingeniously designed bungalows constructed from natural stone and canvas. Situated on a 100 square kilometre large reserve close to the Sossusvlei, the Kulala Camp is located at the foot of mountain with a spectacular view towards the setting sun in the west.
Translated from the local dialect Oshiwambo, Kulala means to sleep. It is the perfect place to kick back and unwind. Its out of the way location
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ensure peace and quiet and make Kulala especially suitable for honeymooners looking for a romantic get-away.
The pristine reserve the camp is situated in can be reached via a separate gate and track leading through the wilderness. Due to the off the beaten track location, the Kulala is especially suitable for self-driving guests.
Having braved the adventurous journey to the camp, the guest arrives at the nine cottages constructed in the typical Meru style. The fine comforts include en suite bathrooms and hot water heated by solar panels.
A winding sand path connects the tent bungalows with the main building, the dining area, reception and pool. Most of these facilities are located in a tent under a gorgeous, thatched roof.
The design is simple but highly appealing, radiating African adventure flair. Both for practical and ecological reasons, the camp is lit by solar energy.
Care for a sundowner? The Kulala’s well-stocked bar will provide refreshing drinks. At night, the romantic scenery lit by lanterns, the guests gather for a three course dinner focused on local specialities. In the mornings, the sumptuous breakfast is served at the same spot.
Please note: No activities are being offered at the Kulala Wilderness Camp. The camp provides board and lodging for self-drivers. However, it is possible to book the entire camp for you and your company in which case excursions can be arranged for a small surcharge.
Bordering the world’s oldest desert, the region is suitable for safaris and wildlife observation to a certain extent only. However, the animals that do inhabit the harsh environment, like the Springbok, the Eland or the Ostrich, are truly impressive and masterfully adapted to the ecosystem.
Our recommendation is to join a game drive by night, accompanied by the exotic sounds of the bush once the sun sets. With the help of a search light, you may see small mammals like the Aardwolf, the Bat-Eared Fox or perhaps even the Laughing Hyena.
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