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June 9, 2020 Susie Rutz

Sal Sails Ningaloo Reef

On a remote stretch of Western Australia’s Ningaloo coast, nestled in the dunes of the Cape Range National Park, lies an exclusive eco-friendly luxury camp; Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef.

Here guests fill their days however they choose; relaxing in the tent’s hammock and watching the world go by, or lazing on the beach and paddling in the warm Indian Ocean waters. The most popular experiences are in the water however, as on the Ningaloo Reef you can swim alongside the majestic whale sharks and the magnificent humpback whales.

With just sixteen eco-luxe wilderness tents you will share this striking location, and one of Australia’s best kept natural secrets, with few others. It’s isolation at its finest! Scroll down to explore this incredible eco-escape, and contact us if you’re considering a visit.

Eco-Luxe in the Great Outdoors

 

Designed to blend with the environment, Sal Salis’ spacious wilderness tents sit on raised platforms and offer wonderful views of the natural surrounds and the ocean beyond, as well as comfortable beds and an eco-en suite bathroom. Wake to the song of a butcher bird, the raucous squawks of a galah or the thump of a wallaroo passing by. At night fall asleep to the sound of the waves on the beach and under a blanket of hundreds of thousands of stars.

The nightly accommodation rates Include:

  • All meals, alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks from a select open bar
  • National Park fees
  • Use of kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and all snorkel gear including wet-suits
  • Sal Salis guided walks in the Cape Range National Park
  • Reef snorkels, kayaking and kayaking snorkels

Bucket List Experiences

Right off the shores of the camp, you will have access to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef where you will find more than 500 species of colourful fish, 250 coral species, rays, turtles, whale sharks & humpbacks.

The guides want you to fall in love with this little patch of paradise and will tailor activities to suit the weather and tides. Let them take you into the rugged landscapes of the Cape Range National Park and introduce you to Australia’s unique flora and fauna. You’ll spot red kangaroos, wallaroos, rock wallabies, goannas, echidnas and more than 100 bird species of all the colours of the rainbow.

 

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