Little Kulala

Place: A welcome oasis situated on the dry Auab riverbed in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Little Kulala celebrates the splendour and solitude of the Namib Desert. Excursions to Sossusvlei (via a gate exclusive to Wilderness Safaris vehicles), nature drives, walks and eco-sensitive quad biking, explore this fascinating landscape. A balloon safari (at extra cost) offers an awe-inspiring experience soaring silently above the desert. Accommodation: Their design inspired by Dead Vlei, the 11 climate-controlled, thatched “kulalas”, each with a private plunge pool, merge sea  mlessly into the timeless desert setting. Each villa has a rooftop Star Bed for romantic star gazing. Purpose: Once farmland used for subsistence goat farming, the region had very little indigenous wildlife. In 1996 Wilderness Safaris stepped in to rehabilitate the area and today the land and its wildlife have returned to their former glory. NOTE: Ballooning closed on 25 Dec and 1 Jan, and from mid-Jan to mid-Feb.Unique Selling PointsClosest luxury camp to the iconic Sossusvlei dunes and vleisPrivate and exclusive access to 27 000 hectares of wildlife and desert sceneryHot air ballooning over the vast Namib Sand Sea


Standard Kulala(s)

There are ten standard kulalas which are made up of seven twin bedded units and three double bedded units. There are four twin bedded guide/pilot units which are much smaller than the standard units.

Family Kulala

There is one family Kulala which can accommodate four guests.