The Sal Salis Camp’s backdrop is breathtaking: The luxury camp’s five guest tents and the main building are a hallmark for ultimate harmony with nature. Sal Salis is set amidst the lush nature of the Cape Range National Park on the North-West Cape.
Only fifty metres separate the Sal Salis from the heaving ocean on one side. Out back, the rugged landscape is dominated by the national park’s crumbling limestone formations cut by deep gorges.
The philosophy of the camp can best be described
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as “Wild Bush Luxury” – the secret lies in the quality facilities, which permit an intense experience of the pristine nature all around.
In its essence, the most sophisticated luxury the Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef Camp offers is complete harmony with nature’s splendour. Tune in to the sounds of the surf, the wind and the wildlife and let your eyes settle on the scenic surroundings.
Nature’s charms are complemented by warm-hearted hospitality, local gourmet cuisine and superb wines. The luxury tents feature finest comforts and a full ensuite bathroom.
Of course, the days are spent in the great outdoors exploring the surroundings both on land and on water. The Sal Salis is located close to West Australia’s famous Ningaloo Reef.
Discover the vibrant underwater beauty on a snorkelling or diving tour. Admire the intact coral reef and the countless colourful fish darting in out of the crevices.
However, despite all the Ningaloo Reef’s remarkable beauty, Sal Salis has mainly become famous for the Whale Sharks that visit the region between April and July. Please note that the Sal Salis Camp is quickly booked out in the Whale Shark season.
It is certainly one of the world’s best spots to admire the gentle giants from up close, snorkelling or swimming. Those who stay three nights or more will almost definitely be able to swim with the world’s largest fish.
Exciting wildlife sightings, long national park hikes and scenic sunsets – experience the irresistible lure of the Sal Salis, the Ningaloo Reef, the Whale Sharks and the Cape Range National Park in Australia!
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