Located in the Namib desert, on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve, close to the sand dunes of Sosussvlei, Kulala Wilderness Camp is situated at the foot of an escarpment, and looks out onto an extraordinarily sparse landscape.
A wood, canvas and thatch build, Kulala Wilderness Camp consists of a main lodge and 10 sleeping rooms. The lodge itself is made up of a lounge and dining area, a bar, raised decking, shop and plunge pool. Open plan, inviting and lit by lanterns, the main area is characterised by wooden floors, mixed seating – leather armchairs, lightweight camping chairs – giant African wall hangings and low tables.
Divided into a wood and thatch main area, an attached stone bathroom, a sun / star deck, and raised decking, the sleeping rooms – or kulalas – are accessed by long wooden walkways, and look out over the valley. Cool, spacious and beautifully designed, each kulala possesses a twin / double bed, a seating area and room to change. In addition to these, there is also a family sized room, and two extra tents.
Activities at Kulala Wilderness Camp include excursions to Sossusvlei, Sesriem Canyon and Namib-Naukluft Park. Other activities include guided walks, sundowner drives and balloon safaris.