Located on the North West Cape, Sal Salis is an hour’s drive (70kms) south of Exmouth, in the Cape Range National Park.
The Ningaloo Reef glamping tents are situated just 50 metres back from the beach amongst the low-lying coastal dunes. Two kilometres behind the camp lies the limestone range of the Cape Range National Park, dissected by spectacular gorges.
The nearest commercial airport to Sal Salis is Exmouth’s Learmonth Airport. Qantas flies to Exmouth daily from Perth.
The team at Sal Salis will collect you from Learmonth Airport – please pre-book these road transfers (additional cost).
The drive from Exmouth town to Sal Salis takes one hour and most of this is on a good, council-maintained bitumen road.
The drive from Learmonth Airport to Sal Salis takes 1 hour 30 minutes.
The drive from Perth will take as much as 13 hours, please note that there is a ‘no drive after dark’ policy within the Cape Range National Park due to the high number of animals on the road during this time.
It is possible to take a scenic flight from Exmouth Airport to reach Sal Salis.
The scenic flight takes you over the rugged limestone gorges of the Cape Range to South Mandu Mandu and then over Sal Salis to meander over the spectacular Ningaloo Reef.
Land at the historic Yardie Creek Station airstrip where you will be met and transferred to Sal Salis (approx 30 minutes).
The scenic flight starts at $310 one way per person (min. of 2 people) with no more than 15kg luggage per person in soft sided bags.
Exmouth’s Learmonth Airport can (with prior arrangement) accommodate large / heavy private jets coming from any point in Australia.
There is no customs or immigration facility based at this Airport.
The Yardie Creek Station airstrip is a bush / dirt airstrip that is 20 minutes from camp and is suited to small light aircraft.
For helicopter charters, these must come from Perth as there are currently no helicopter charter companies based in Exmouth.
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