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Sharing stories of life at Sal Salis ….

  • Get to know the Cape Range National Park

    20 Jan, 2020
    If you’re a fan of rugged landscapes, unspoilt beaches and abundant wildlife, the Cape Range National Park may well be your new favourite destination. The north tip of Cape Range National Park is just 40km from Exmouth, on the Coral Coast of Western Australia is the place we call home. read more...
  • Top tips for stargazing in 2020

    20 Jan, 2020
    An eco tent under a sky full of starsDid you know Sal Salis is located in a designated Dark Sky area? We are nestled into the Cape Range National Park, miles from any other light sources. We keep lighting to a minimum, dining by candlelight and giving guests a lantern to find their way back to their tents; so you can really experience ... read more...
  • That’s a wrap on for the 2019 season at Sal Salis

    20 Nov, 2019
    That’s a wrap! Another season at Sal Salis has officially come to an end. We’re packing up the tents and reflecting on how incredible 2019 has been for us. read more...
  • Foodie Heaven on the Ningaloo Reef

    30 Aug, 2019
    Not only do we offer a remote location nestled in the dunes of Cape Range National Park, with private beaches along the magical Ningaloo Reef, but we also treat our guests to amazing cuisine and locally sourced produce. The Lodge is the heart of Sal Salis. It’s where you’ll first meet the team upon arrival and ... read more...
  • Say hi to the humpback whales!

    29 Jul, 2019
    From August through to the end of October each year, these magnificent giants swim through the waters of the Ningaloo Marine Park. read more...
  • Get to Sal Salis via the Coral Coast Highway

    18 Jun, 2019
    Becah and oceanYou can fly from Perth to Exmouth, where we will be waiting to transfer you to our camp. If you fancy a self-drive adventure, you can also take the 1200km Coral Coast Highway from Perth to Exmouth! read more...
  • Pygmy Blue whales spotted on the Ningaloo Reef

    14 May, 2019
    You’ll often hear us talking about the whale sharks and humpback whales that frequent the waters of the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park; but there’s one other gentle giant that’s been making a few appearances lately; the pygmy blue whale. Whilst you can’t hop in the water with these giants, you can see them from the air. As whale shark and ... read more...
  • 10-Day Itinerary to explore the best of the West

    26 Apr, 2019
    Have you marvelled at the beauty of Western Australia but just aren’t sure where to start with your trip here? Western Australia is a huge state, bigger than many countries, and to boot, it’s incredibly diverse. This can sometimes make planning a trip here a little overwhelming. Enter Walk Into Luxury. This luxury tour operator started by creating bespoke walking holidays in ... read more...
  • When is the best time to visit Sal Salis?

    5 Feb, 2019
    Guests snorkel with turtles at Sal SalisWe officially open our camp for the 2019 season in less than 6 weeks. If you want to make this the year you finally come to Sal Salis, you might be wondering when’s the best time to stay. Every month is different and has its own special charm. Finding the right time of year for ... read more...
  • Stargazing at Sal Salis

    5 Feb, 2019
    We may be biased, but we think our location is pretty unbeatable. We’re nestled in the dunes of the Cape Range National Park, on the shores of the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park and in a designated Dark Sky area. What does that trifecta mean for you? Well, you can access unspoilt, rugged ranges and gorges, swim ... read more...