The Little Kulala offers a most luxurious desert lodge from which best to explore the beautiful surroundings. Located in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve near Namibia's hyenas Sossusvlei Pan.
With only eleven suites which blend in seamlessly with the unique desert landscape, this wilderness camp provides proximity as well as private access to the famous dunes of Sossusvlei.
Using inspiration from its natural desert surrounding, Little Kulala makes use of beautiful textures, neutral colours as well as natural light. The soothing pastel tones of the Namib desert are integrated into the lodge's decor, making use of cotton, pure linens, and mohair dyed, establishing an atmosphere of relaxed serenity.
The Kulala thatched villas feature a private viewing deck which is complete with a private plunge pool. Indoor and outdoor showers make for a memorable stay.
The carefully chosen interior décor which uses natural fabrics and textures creates a truly authentic and serene desert experience. Kulala Guests have the unique opportunity to spend the evening or night under the star-studded African sky on their private rooftop sky bed.
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Kulala desert lodge includes the well-stocked wine cellars which allow guests to choose their preferred wine for their meals. The various dining venues in and around the camp make for exciting dining experiences. During the hot afternoons, guests enjoy refreshing swims in the lodge's outdoor pool.
Dead Vlei, which is near the Sossusvlei pan, is also well worth a visit. It used to be a lake where water flowed. But now only skeletons of trees mark the landscape of the cracked earth. The Sesriem Canyon, with its three-kilometre length, provides breathtaking views from the top. Walks through the canyon itself expose distinct geographical layers.
Game viewing opportunities are available in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve which covers 37,000 hectares. Wildlife includes the bat-eared fox, the oryx, and birdlife. Enjoy the thrill of a Hot Air Balloon trip over the picturesque dunes or ride on horseback through some of the most unusual and dramatic landscapes in the world.
Springboks, gemsboks as well as ostriches, are some of the desert-adapted animals which can be encountered in the Kulala Wilderness Reserve of Namibia. One also stands a chance to admire the brown and spotted hyenas as well as cheetahs.
Smaller creatures which live in this desert landscape include the bat-eared fox and the aardwolf which can mostly be seen at night in the cold desert air. The dune lark bird can only be found in this region of the entire world.