Sal Salis
Snorkelling in front of Sal Salis The Main Lodge
Snorkelling in front of Sal Salis
The Main Lodge

Sal Salis

Hidden in the dunes overlooking pristine beaches and coral reefs, Sal Salis is an exclusive tented camp that brings a touch of style to a remote region. Stretching 280 kms along Western Australia’s arid Pilbara coast, the Ningaloo Reef is an extraordinary yet little-known jewel in Australia’s natural heritage.

Country

Australia

Highlights

Remote, pristine and beautiful white sand beaches Snorkelling Ningaloo Reef Bush walking Cape Range National Park Exploring this wild and remote World Heritage Listed region with just a privileged few

Need to Know

The lodge operates under strict environmental controls and as such we have composing toilets and shower / bathroom water is limited to 20 litres per person per day. The tents do not have power, charging facilities are available in the main lodge. People using sleep apnoea machines can be accommodated in rooms near the main lodge, we run extension cords. There is no mobile phone coverage, internet or WIFI at the camp.


SafarisSafaris


For most of the year guided morning and evening activities are offered.
They are weather and tide dependent.


Wildlife HighlightsWildlife Highlights

Ningaloo Reef is the longest western fringing coral reef and one of the last healthy major coral reef systems in the world. Its profound biodiversity includes 500 fish species, 300 coral species, 600 mollusc species and many other marine invertebrates. From early April to mid August Ningaloo is home to Whale Sharks, the world's largest fish and Humpback whales migrate through the area twice annually. Endangered and vulnerable marine creatures including dugongs, loggerhead, green and hawksbill turtles depend on the reef and coastal ecosystems for food, refuge, breeding and nesting. Manta rays and populations of large game fish including sailfish and marlin abound in the reef's waters. Sea birds and migratory waders, use the coast, wetlands and reef waters as resting, feeding and breeding sites. Around the camp and in the Ranges there are rock wallabies, red kangaroo and euros. Eighty species of reptiles and over one hundred species of birds live on the Cape.

Local ActivitiesLocal Activities

Guided snorkelling on Ningaloo Reef Guided bush walks in the Cape Range National Park Guided kayaking on Ningaloo Reef Swimming with whale shark (extra cost) Boating, diving and fishing (extra cost)

FacilitiesFacilities

Main lodge area with cocktail bar, lounge, library and dining area. Snorkelling gear and wetsuits.

AccommodationAccommodation

Designed to blend with the dunes and low lying coastal scrub the 16 spacious accommodation tents are free standing on raised platforms. Each has a supremely comfortable bed and an en suite bathroom with nature loo (marketing jargon for state of the art composting toilet!) and hot shower (water usage is strictly controlled to protect the environment).

AccoladesAccolades

22nd Annual World Travel Awards - Australia's Leading Lodge
2014 Smith Hotel Awards - The Eco Award
2011 Gourmet Traveller Travel Awards - Best Sustainable Tourism Venture
2010 Gourmet Traveller Travel Awards - Best Green Tourism Initiative

SeasonSeason

Open from 14 March to 31 October each year.
Closed from 01 November to 13 March each year
Swim with whale shark months are from 01April through to 31 July each year 
NEW IN 2016 - Swim with humpback whales from 01 August to 31 October each year

Average StayAverage Stay

4 to 6 nights for Australian travellers
3 to 4 nights for International travellers

Average PriceAverage Room Prices

(per person per night unless otherwise stated)

From 01 april to 31 October 2016
AU$750 per person per night twin share inclusive of all meals, drinks from a select open bar and guided activities.
A third person (adult or child) may share the tent and they will sleep in a swag - a traditional Australian bedroll.   the cost for the third person is AU$375 per person per night with the inclusions as above. 

Full day experiences swimming with Whale Sharks or Humpback Whales cost AU$500 per person.

Children PolicyChild Policy

The camp welcomes children aged 5 and over.

Contact and Social Media

To find out more call us on +44 (0)1865 982290 or email us at enquiries at safariawards.com.

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