Sal Salis Getaway

4 days from $2,245* pp
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On a remote stretch of Western Australia’s Ningaloo coast, lies the exclusive, eco-friendly Sal Salis luxury camp.

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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. Each of the fifteen eco-luxe wilderness tents offers views of the surrounding bush and over the Indian Ocean to the fringing Ningaloo Reef.

Your safari style tent is the ultimate in bush luxury. Wake to the song of a butcher bird, the raucous squawks of a galah or the thump of a wallaroo passing by. At night fall asleep to the sound of the waves on the beach and under a blanket of hundreds of thousands of stars. Fill your days however you choose, though the most popular experiences are in the water, paddleboarding or swimming alongside majestic whale sharks or magnificent humpback whales. The reef is also home to more than 500 species of colourful fish, 250 coral species, rays and turtles.

Venture into the rugged landscapes of the Cape Range National Park to see unique flora and fauna including red kangaroos, wallaroos, rock wallabies, goannas, echidnas and more than 100 bird species of all the colours of the rainbow.

Valid for travel Selected dates until 31 December 2021 Enquire Now
*Conditions apply: Prices are per person twin share in AUD unless otherwise specified, correct as at 04 May 21 & subject to change without notice & availability at time of booking. Seasonal surcharges may apply & prices may vary due to currency fluctuations & changes to taxes & surcharges. Transfers from Exmouth not included but can be arranged on request. Whale Shark and Humpback Whale swim experiences not included but available for an additional cost. Valid for sale until 31 Jul 21 for departures until 31 Dec 21. Further terms & conditions, payment conditions, booking & cancellation fees apply.

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