Our Eco Journey

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A ‘down to earth’ experience

Sal Salis is committed to protecting the prolific beauty of the Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range Peninsula. We’re guests of the marine life and animals in the ancient ranges. Eco-luxury means you’ll enjoy all the key comforts, leaving barely a footprint in the sand behind. 

An experience that will never haunt your conscience, every stay with Sal Salis is actually helping enhance the environment. 

The construction

Sal Salis is constructed above ground to protect the flora, fauna and sand hills, with boardwalks to prevent soil erosion, while the tent and lodge colours blend into the surrounding landscape. 

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Electricity & water

Almost 100% of the camp’s power is solar-powered generated. There is no internet connection or signal, only a 220-volt power point for guests to charge camera batteries. The site uses gas hot water service. The tents or lodge operate without air conditioners, instead, leveraging naturally cool coastal breezes. 

Each en-suite bathroom has a Nature Loo. Each tent is allocated 20 litres of water per person, per day – as well as a three-minute shower time policy. Filtered drinking water is supplied at camp where guests are encouraged to refill personal bottles.

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Linen & amenities

The camps are fitted with organic cottage and chemical-free linen. The composition allows easy air-dry hanging. Soaps are produced locally, incorporating native herbs. Guests are urged not to use non-eco bathroom products to further protect the environment. 

Individual solar lanterns provide a safe lighting feature along pathways.

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Recycling & waste

All waste generated is carefully transported back to the Exmouth depot. Used bottles and cans are separated at camp and returned to the Exmouth Recycle Depot.

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Environmentally sound tourism

Sal Salis operates under a lease agreement with Western Australia’s Parks and Wildlife Service. In addition to the park entrance fees, 5% of our turnover goes to Western Australia’s Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Parks and Wildlife Service to assist in their conservation work directly in the Cape Range National Park. 

Download our Eco-Credentials PDF

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