The chalets at Wilderness Safaris Kulala Desert Lodge Kulala are well-appointed and offer a most comfortable retreat during a stay.
Thrilling Kulala activities are available which include quad bike trips, walking tours, dune climbing, hot air balloon trips and much more
Kulala Desert Lodge is the closest camp to Sossusvlei a wilderness camp. Kulala offers an ideal location from which to explore the beautiful desert landscape of Southern Africa best.
Delicious meals in various dining venues in and around the camp make for unforgettable experiences. The unique star beds which are on the rooftop of each chalet offer the great chance to sleep under a magnificent canopy of millions of stars, uninterrupted of light pollution.
Each of the Kulala 23 ensuite chalets, which are on wooden platforms, offers verandas from where the surrounding nature can be enjoyed.
The decks on the flat roofs have sleeping facilities for memorable nights under the star-studded, African sky. Three of the luxury tents can accommodate families of two adults and two children sharing.
The beautiful wrap-around verandah at the lodge overlooks the riverbed. It is an ideal location from which to admire and photograph the magical vista of the Namib desert. A swim in the outdoor pool serves as an excellent refreshment during the hot afternoons while enjoying a cooling beverage.
During a stay at Kulala lodge, a visit to the red sand sea of famous Sossusvlei and to climb the Big-Daddy dune which rises 300 metres is a definite must. A visit to Deadvlei in the mornings when the large clay pan is flanked by the magnificent dunes which stand out in significant contrast to the blue sky and the red of the early morning sun.
An exciting quad bike tour provides a lot of fun across the scenic Kulala Wilderness Reserve. A once in a lifetime hot air balloon ride offers the unique opportunity to admire the desert landscape from above while silently soaring overhead.
In this region of Southern Africa, unique desert-adapted wildlife can be observed on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve. Besides ostriches, gemsbok and Springboks, the spotted and the brown hyaenas are in the area.
The dune lark bird can only be found in this area of the world and nowhere else. An excellent and diverse array of reptiles, insects and rodents are also home in this desert landscape.