Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth
|Cape Range National Park, 6707, Exmouth, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA.|
Description: Sal Salis Ningaloo ReefNestled in the dunes of Western Australia's Cape Range National Park, Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef enjoys a fabulous beachside location, only metres from the Indian Ocean. Consisting of just nine wilderness tents and a central lodge, this fabulous boutique property offers unique accommodation and a range of tailor-made outdoor and water-based activities in an unmatched natural location.
Standing just metres from the fabulous corals of the Ningaloo Reef, Sal Salis is geared towards exploring the reef and its magnificent marine life. One of the highlights of any visit must be the whale shark swim, when between April and July, guests can enjoy fully guided swims with these harmless, gentle giants, the world's largest fish. Other magnificent activities include dolphin watching, snorkelling and guided walks through the Mandu Mandu Gorge.
Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef offers full board accommodation in just nine unique wilderness tents, spacious and comfortably appointed. All meals are served table d'hôte style, either at the lodge or on the deck, and consist of a hearty breakfast, lunch, evening canapés and aperitifs, followed by a delicious three-course dinner. Sal Salis's chef creates a contemporary daily set menu focused on seasonal, local produce, with hints of bush food and of course fresh fish, accompanied by excellent wines from Western Australia, as well as beers, spirits and a selection of soft drinks and juices.
Type of rooms: Sal Salis Ningaloo ReefWilderness Tent:
Nine spacious Wilderness Tents on raised platforms offer breathtaking views of the sea and the land, supremely comfortable beds and an environmentally friendly eco-en-suite bathroom. The airy tents are an oasis of comfort, and feature handmade jarrah beds fitted with 500 thread count organic cotton sheets and a choice of pillows. One king-size bed or twin beds.
Tent size 19 sq m.
Additional information: Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef
Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is not suitable for children under the age of five.
Guests are kindly informed that there is a small conservation levy (included in rate) which is donated to Australian Wildlife Conservancy.
There is also a small surcharge for credit card payments.
There is no mobile telephone coverage or internet available at Sal Salis.
Airport transfer services are available from Learmonth Airport. Charges apply. Scenic flights are also available.
It is forbidden to drive in the Cape Range National Park after dark due to wildlife on the road.
Minimum stay is two nights.
Number of rooms: 9
Official category: Luxury Tents.
Period of closure: from December to March.Smoking policy: Non-smoking tents. Designated smoking area.
Credit cards accepted: American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard.
How to get here:
From Exmouth, head north out of town and after about 15 minutes you will take a turn to the left.
This road is signposted to Cape Range National Park and is called Yardie Creek Road.
Continue along this road, past the lighthouse and a caravan park, and eventually it will turn to the south on the western side of the peninsula.
You will have to stop at the Rangers Station to pay 12$ for your car to enter the National Park. You do not need to pay the per-person park fee as this is included in the room rate.
Keep heading south, pass the Millyering Visitors Information Centre and eventually on the right you will see the Turquoise Bay car park, followed by the Mandu North car park and almost immediately after the Mandu South car park.
Park your car in the Mandu South car park.
A member of staff will meet you on arrival. The walk into camp from the car park is approximately 800 metres. Your luggage will be transported by buggy.
Nearest airport: RAAF Learmonth - 98,6km.