Natural Ningaloo

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef offers guests luxury safari style tents and the majesty of the Cape Range National Park, kilometres of Indian Ocean and clear, starry skies.

11 December 2023


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.

1,200 kilometres north of Perth, Sal Salis comprises luxurious and eco-friendly beachfront accommodation, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the pristine beauty of the Ningaloo Reef, the world’s largest fringing coral reef.

Kayak, paddle board and snorkel just off your camp, with more than 500 species of colourful fish and 250 coral types. Join the experience that’s made Ningaloo Reef famous worldwide – swimming with magnificent whale sharks and humpback whales.

Between May to October, migrating humpbacks migrate through Ningaloo Marine Park. Whale sharks, blue whales, southern right whales, orcas, turtles, mantas and a range of dolphin species are also part of the reef’s oceanic menagerie. The whale shark season runs from mid-March to August.


Behind the beach dunes, the Cape Range National Park awaits. Rugged limestone ranges, gorges, bays, creeks, deep canyons and trails dominate the park’s 50,581 hectares. Its northern boundary is just 40 kilometres from Exmouth.

It’s the unforgettable, great Australian outback that is a haven for birds, emus, red kangaroos, and a marvellous mix of desert wildflowers.

Once an isolated island, this ancient Range offers up several species of plants and animals native to this remarkable area. Trek the red rock, kayak the gorges, and experience the rich biodiversity.

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-luxury 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.



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