Everything is included

Nightly accommodation in the wilderness tent or honeymoon tent of Sal Salis include all your meals, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from your open bar, and national park fees.

Kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, snorkel gear, wetsuits and all guided wilderness activities are covered as well. 

Please note, all activities are tide and weather dependent. You don’t need to pre-book. The Sal Salis staff will help you arrange these upon arrival.

luxury glamping tent

Wilderness Tents

The eco-luxury wilderness tents are designed to help you unwind and escape to an utterly unique place.

Immersive sensory stimulation, with an experience that combines bush, ranges, reef and ocean.

Inside, you’ll enjoy the non-negotiables: a comfortable bed, an eco-ensuite bathroom, drinking water and daily cleaning service.

Everything you need, with the ocean just 50 metres away.

Honeymoon Tent

Rumoured to be the most romantic spot in Australia, the honeymoon tent is hard not to fall in love with.

Positioned a little further away, enjoy seductive perks including a double hammock, a net enclosing the bed (no mozzies allowed) – looking out to – effectively – your private beach.

women enjoying coffee at communal area

The Lodge

Known as the camp meeting point, The Lodge is the head and heart of Sal Salis. It’s where we come together as a group to share meals, kick back and exchange stories. Time stretches here, unbound by responsibilities and places to be. Here, you have everything, and all the time, you need.

women enjoying a drink looking out over ningaloo reef

Group Bookings

Are you looking to visit Ningaloo Reef as a group? Sal Salis welcomes families, friend groups, and celebrations of all kinds.

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is an experience best shared.

It’s a unique, intimate, and a once-in-a-lifetime trip.

Imagine having ‘swimming with whale sharks and humpback whales’ as a memory that bonds you.

Sal Salis is also available for private exclusive use.

dining table at sunset

Wine & Dine

Five-star dining is part of the Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef experience.

Local and regional produce, hints of bush food, and seasonal twists on dishes.

Inviting regional Western Australia wines, beers, and spirits.

Sal Salis food is another connection to the land, the sea, the history, and the people who you share it with.

tent interior bathroom amenities

Our Eco Journey

Surrounded by natural beauty you have to see to believe, we take environmental protection extremely seriously.

You’ll feel great about staying with Sal Salis, ‘the beautiful place we call home.’

From the chemical-free linen and native herb soap we provide, Sal Salis cherishes, celebrates and honours the land. 

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Seasonal Rates

Some Frequently Asked Questions

What type of accommodation does Sal Salis offer?


Sal Salis offers luxury eco-glamping accommodation in safari-style tents, each with an en suite bathroom and private veranda.

What is the location of Sal Salis and what are the nearby attractions?


Sal Salis is located in the Cape Range National Park, on the shores of Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. Some nearby attractions include snorkeling, diving, and wildlife viewing around the national park.

What are the room rates and what is included in the package?


Room rates vary depending on the season and type of tent, but typically range from $800 to $1200 per night. Rates include all meals, drinks, and some activities.

What is the best time of year to visit Sal Salis?


The best time to visit Sal Salis is from April to October, when the weather is mild and the marine life is abundant.

What is the check-in and check-out time at Sal Salis?


Check-in is at 2 pm and check-out is at 10 am.

Is there a restaurant at Sal Salis and what type of cuisine is served?


The Lodge is where all meals are served with the taste and flare of restaurant quality. Sal Salis serves locally sourced, seasonal cuisine, with a focus on seafood.

What is the cancellation policy at Sal Salis?


Sal Salis has a flexible cancellation policy, with no penalty for cancellations made more than 30 days prior to arrival.

Is there internet access and mobile phone coverage at Sal Salis?


There is no internet access or mobile phone coverage at Sal Salis, as it is a remote wilderness location.

What is the best way to travel to Sal Salis and is airport transfer available?


The best way to travel to Sal Salis is by flying to Learmonth Airport and then taking a scenic 90-minute drive to the camp. Airport transfers are available for an additional fee.

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