Sal Salis

Location: Western Australia | Australia

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is an exclusive safari camp hidden in the white sand dunes on a deserted stretch of beach in the Cape Range National Park, where the magnificent corals of Ningaloo Reef are just metres offshore. The accommodation and hosting style exudes ‘Wild Bush Luxury' and guides deliver an extraordinary insight into one of Australia's best kept natural secrets: Ningaloo Reef.

Perfect forCouples, families or solo travellers who appreciate nature and adventure.
In the knowThe camp's ecological principles ensure that your stay generates a minimal environmental footprint.

Recommended for...

  • Eco-tourism
  • Lodge
  • Off the Beaten Track
  • Snorkelling & Diving

Hotel Overview


In the heart of Australia's newest World Heritage Area, an hour's drive south of Exmouth, in the Cape Range National Park.

Rooms at Sal Salis

Each of the nine spacious Wilderness Tents, with views over the Ningaloo Reef, is raised on a timber platform allowing the coastal breezes to naturally cool the rooms. The en-suite bathroom at the rear of the tent has a rustic and ecological simplicity to fit the surrounding environment - a natureloo, a solar heated hand-pumped shower, native herb soaps and ecologically sound shampoos.

Food and Facilities

Dinner is hosted against a back-drop of sunsets over the Indian Ocean where a chef provides contemporary Australian cuisine with hints of bush food and native produce. In the cool of the evening, kangaroos and wallaroos appear from the bush for their evening graze. A bar and open lounge area with a small reference library provides a great spot to relax. Guests may help themselves to the self-service bar at any time.

Activities at Sal Salis

The coral reef of the Ningaloo Coast is literally on your doorstep, providing you with one of the world’s greatest marine experiences. Guides are on hand to help you explore the area, which is home to over 500 species of fish, 250 coral species and 600 species of mollusc. You can also swim with Whale Sharks and Manta Rays, spot Hawksbill, Green and Loggerhead Turtles and visit the spectacular Cape Range gorges.

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