Blog

Sharing stories of life at Sal Salis ….

  • When is the best time to visit Sal Salis?

    5 Feb, 2019
    We 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...
  • 2018 Sal Salis season highlights

    2 Nov, 2018
    The end of our season is here! It always amazes us how quickly our seasons seem to pass by here at Sal Salis, but it’s been a fantastic year. read more...
  • Switch off at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef for a rejuvenating digital detox

    24 Oct, 2018
    Hidden away in the dunes of the pristine Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, Sal Salis is a secluded, luxury beachside safari camp tucked away on the North West Cape of Western Australia’s Coral Coast. We don’t have Wi-Fi or mobile phone coverage here at our camp, which we believe gives us the edge in offering our ... read more...
  • Intimate, beautiful and unique weddings at Sal Salis on the Ningaloo Reef

    23 Oct, 2018
    Not everyone wants a big, elaborate wedding. There is something so romantic about slipping away and having that special day for just the two of you. When it comes to eloping, we know you want a venue that reflects who you are and what you love. If you’re looking for somewhere, beautiful, nestled amongst nature, ... read more...
  • Turtle tracks herald the start of Ningaloo’s turtle nesting season

    9 Oct, 2018
    As we say goodbye to our staff and guests at the end of our 2018 season, mature female turtles are starting their gruelling journey from the sea to the beaches along the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area to lay clutches of eggs. Located just metres from our front doorstep, spanning 300 kilometres in length, Western Australia’s ... read more...
  • SPECIAL OCTOBER OFFER – STAY 3, PAY FOR 2

    27 Sep, 2018
    Sal Salis tentThe end of our season is approaching, and we want to welcome as many new faces to the camp as possible before we let the sun set on 2018. So we’ve come up with a super special offer for those of your looking to tick the Ningaloo Reef off your bucket list this year. If you ... read more...
  • Bird watchers delight at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

    21 Sep, 2018
    The UNESCO World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Coast is renowned for being one of the best places in the world to swim with gentle giants like whale sharks, humpback whales and manta rays. However, did you know the region also offers some excellent opportunities to spot magnificent birds, such as mighty wedge-tailed eagles, spotted harriers and ospreys? Emus ... read more...
  • Here’s another BIG reason to visit Sal Salis outside of the whale shark season!

    23 Aug, 2018
    Whale sharks may be moving on from Ningaloo Reef, but there is still a BIG reason to visit Sal Salis over the next few months. HUMPBACK WHALES have arrived in our pristine waters, and Western Australia’s Ningaloo Marine Park is one of the few places on Earth that you can actually take a dip with them! Our ... read more...
  • Epic encounters with creatures of the deep at Ningaloo Reef

    27 Jul, 2018
    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to swim with the whale sharks? Our social media manager, Jodie, took a trip to Ningaloo last week and went out with our preferred tour operator, Live Ningaloo. Here’s her take on the big bucket list item many people come to Sal Salis to tick! “I’d been whale sharking ... read more...