Located 70 kilometres south of Exmouth, Sal Salis is nestled in the dunes of the Cape Range National Park, parallel to Ningaloo Reef off the Western Australian coast. Perfect for those wanting to experience luxury eco-camping in wilderness tents and amazing secluded scenery, Sal Salis accommodates adults and children from five years and above.
Accommodation at Sal Salis includes fifteen safari style tents, beautifully integrated into the landscape and sitting in the low-lying coastal dunes just 50 metres back from the beach. Accommodating a maximum of 3 people, each tent includes an eco-ensuite bathroom, hammock and comfortable bedding. Wake to the sound of local birdlife and fall asleep to the lapping waves on the beach, under amazing starry nights.
Included in your stay at Sal Salis is non-motorised watersports and daily guided activities. Kayak or paddle in the warm Indian Ocean, snorkel at Ningaloo Reef or explore the rugged landscapes of Cape Range National Park. Spot red kangaroos, wallaroos, goannas, echidnas and over 100 bird species and discover the breath-taking deep canyons of Cape Range National Park. Snorkel at Australia's largest fringing coral reef at Ningaloo Reef, where you can swim alongside magnificent whale sharks and humpback whales during their migration. Immerse yourself into the stunning nature the surrounds you at Sal Salis.
All Rooms Feature:
Wilderness Tent: Sitting on raised platforms in the dunes, these tents offer views of the surrounding wilderness, beach and ocean. Bedding is 1 King Bed OR 2 Single Beds. Maximum room capacity is 3 Adults & Children. The third person is accommodated in a custom-made deluxe swag, a traditional bed roll consisting of a thick mattress made up with quality sheets and pillows.
Honeymoon Tent: The ultimate in romantic glamping, this tent features a four-poster bed draped with mosquito netting, a double hammock and is located a little further from main camp, providing a private escape with your loved one. Bedding is 1 King Bed. Maximum room capacity is 3 Adults & Children. The third person is accommodated in a custom-made deluxe swag, a traditional bed roll consisting of a thick mattress made-up with quality sheets and pillows. *Price on application.
Rates at Sal Salis include all meals prepared by an onsite chef using seasonal and local produce with hints of bush food, shared with your fellow guests at the lodge or on the deck. Hot breakfasts are accompanied by fresh fruit, cereal, breads and pastries, while a 3 course dinner by candlelight and lanterns is served nightly and canapes are served during sunset. Also included is an assortment of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from a select open bar.
The Main Lodge: Upon arrival at Sal Salis, you're welcomed by the team at the Main Lodge, the heart of your Sal Salis experience. Here, everyone congregates to enjoy meals together, play a board game and relax with a book and cold drink. The open air lodge also includes a small reference library and lounge area with self service bar. After dinner, sit in the open air and marvel at the night sky with the location being one of the best to see the Milky Way.
The following activities are free of charge:
The following activities are available at a charge:
Once arriving into Exmouth's Learmonth Airport from your Qantas flight, the Sal Salis team can collect you for road transfers to the camp. This journey between Learmonth Airport and Sal Salis takes approximately 1.5 hours each way. Guests staying in Exmouth town can tag along with these transfers, however must work with the timetable.
Road transfers are also available to and from Tantabiddi Boat Ramp or Yardie Airstrip, approximately one hour from Sal Salis.
Sal Salis operate these road transfers and can be pre-booked. Please ensure to advise your consultant of your arrival and departure times.
Children: 5 years and over are welcome at Sal Salis. All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied overnight in a tent by an adult.
Check In: 2.00pm
Check Out: 11.00am
Address: Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range National Park, Exmouth, Western Australia