Details & Prices
Per person per night
CHF 620-1071Double Room

Inclusive
All meals, drinks (except premier brands), laundry service, twice daily activities with one of the camp guides.

Good to know
Children:from 6 to 16 years
Activities:Families with children (<= 12 years) need to book a private vehicle at extra costs
Families:1 x family room (parents + 2 kids max) compromises of two bedrooms with own bathroom each. Triples possible with impact on comfort. Reduced rates for children.

Operator
Wilderness Safaris
Little Kulala Sossusvlei

Accommodation
Little Kulala offers eleven climate-controlled rooms (it's very hot in the Namib region from November onwards!) with en-suite facilities, extra outdoor shower, private plunge pool, veranda with outdoor lounge, and a skybed where guests can spend a romantic night under the clear, starry sky.

The camp places great emphasis on natural materials, and the colours of the linen, cotton and mohair fabrics blend seamlessly into the natural surroundings. The Kulala Camps stand out for their fantastic location close to the Sossuvlei dunes and with exclusive access to the park.

Location
Little Kulala is situated in the dry Namib Desert within the Kulala Wilderness Reserve. With its own gate to the reserve, the camp offers quick, direct vehicle access to the dunes and the Vleis. The normal distance to the dunes from the main gate is 65 km on asphalt; the last 5 km are deep sand and therefore only suitable for 4x4 vehicles.

Sossusvlei is the area most associated with Namibia: Red dunes as far as the eye can see (up to 380 m high, coloured red by the clay-rich sand) and dead trees in the Vleis or pans, decaying slowly at the will of the arid climate. The Vleis were created by the Tsauchab River, which probably once flowed to the Atlantic some 50 km away. The whole Sossusvlei region is quenched with water during those very rare years when a good amount of rain falls, prompting bushes and flowers to spring up everywhere.

Wildlife
Sossusvlei is situated within the Namib Naukluft National Park. The region is home to several well-adapted desert-dwelling animals, including springbok, oryx, ostrich, and countless other small creatures. Guests have also been known to spot cheetah, so keep your eyes peeled!

Activities
The camp offers trips in an open 4x4 to Sesriem Canyon and the high dunes at Sossusvlei via Dune 45, Hidden Vlei and Dead Vlei. Those with courage and endurance can climb Big Daddy, the world's largest dune by far and a pretty exhausting trek - don't forget the water!

Good to know
Not to be missed: A balloon flight followed by champagne breakfast. Unforgettable!



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