Sal Salis
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Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is an exclusive beach safari camp nestled in the dunes of the Cape Range National Park near Exmouth in Western Australia.

An all-inclusive stay at Sal Salis combines the best of a pristine land and seascape with well-thought out accommodation that blends seamlessly with the natural environment.

The camp is open from March through to November and has been designed to operate in tune with the fragile environment of the national park, with strict principles of minimal impact and sustainability.

The eco-luxe wilderness tents offer views of the surrounding bushland and Ningaloo coast and feature simple yet luxurious furnishings that minimise environmental impact.

Guests are made to feel at home with all meals and beverages from a select open bar included, as well as use of kayaks, stand up paddle boards, snorkelling gear, and wet suits. Personalised tours (dependent on weather) include guided walks in the Cape Range National Park, reef snorkels and kayaking tours.

Meals are enjoyed in the open-air, communal lodge and feature three-course dinners showcasing local produce and wines.

Without a doubt, a highlight of staying at Sal Salis is the access it gives guests to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. From here, whale shark and humpback whale swims can be organised for an additional cost. The up-close encounters with these incredible creatures certainly put things into perspective.

Fast Facts

  • Ningaloo Reef is a fringing reef, meaning guests can step off the sand and into a magical underwater world, home to more than 500 species of colourful fish, 250 coral species, rays, and turtles.
  • Our location gives us access to some of the darkest night skies and brightest stars. We keep man-made lights low so you can fully appreciate Mother Nature’s sparkling glow.
  • Not all the fun is in the ocean – just two kilometres from the camp is Mandu Mandu Gorge and a little further afield is Yardie Creek Gorge, both of important geological significance and excellent places for spotting wildlife.