Spectacular setting
Sleep-out ‘star’ bed
Desert-adapted wildlife
Plunge pool in each guest room
No booking fees


Little Kulala’s home is the 27 000-hectare Kulala Wilderness Reserve, a pristine wilderness sited in Namibia’s Namib, nicknamed ‘The Living Desert’. A welcome oasis, the camp lies along the dry Auab riverbed. You can’t get much closer to the renowned dunes of Sossusvlei and the haunting panoramas of Dead Vlei, accessible through an exclusive-use gate.


Low Season: 6 January to 31 March 2022
Shoulder Season: 1 April – 31 May, 1 November – 19 December 2022
High Season: 1 June – 31 October 2022, 20 December 2022 – 6 January 2023


Recently refurbished, Little Kulala entices with its adventures, its landscapes, its peace. Totally solar-powered, the new camp has cleaner, more modern lines than its predecessor, opening out more to the desert. Its 11 climate-controlled suites – each with its own plunge pool – honour the local geology, reflecting the surrounding grey and pink limestone in colour and texture. Each suite’s rooftop invites private sundowners and suppers, and a roll-out bed on a shaded sala is perfect for an afternoon siesta or starry sleep-out.


Climb the 300-metre red dunes at Sossusvlei and gaze upon oceans of sand. Hike through a canyon carved by water over the millennia. Float above the world’s oldest desert in a hot air balloon, and see it come alive on nature walks, drives, e-bikes, or low-impact quad bikes.

Spot desert-adapted wildlife such as ostriches, springbok, gemsbok, brown hyaenas, black-backed jackals, bat-eared foxes, perhaps an aardwolf, or the endemic dune lark. At dusk hear the call of barking geckos; at night go with a guide on a scorpion safari. Stargaze in one of the darkest places on Earth, and sleep out under the stars, contemplating space.

Activities include:

  • Guided Electric Fat Bike Excursions
  • Visit Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei
  • Stargazing
  • Visit Sesriem Canyon
  • Scorpion night walks
  • Hot air balloon flights
  • Walking trails
  • Guided Quad Biking Nature Trails


Once farmland used for subsistence goat farming, the Kulala Wilderness Reserve had very little indigenous wildlife. In 1996 Wilderness Safaris stepped in to rehabilitate the area and today the land and its wildlife have returned to their former glory.

Eco-friendly practices; As this camp is situated in a highly water-distressed area, every effort to conserve water has been made by using water-efficient devices in the camp for both guests and staff. Energy-efficient lights and appliances and inverter air-conditioning units are used so as to consume less power than conventional lights and units. In order to reduce our use of bottled water, reverse osmosis filtration is done on site to provide guests with high-quality drinking water. Like all Wilderness camps, Little Kulala is managed and monitored against very strict in-house environmental standards, so only approved eco-friendly detergents and chemicals are used.


Low Season
  • per person sharing, inclusive
Shoulder Season
  • per person sharing, inclusive
High Season
  • per person sharing, inclusive

Low Season: 6 January to 31 March 2022
Shoulder Season: 1 April – 31 May, 1 November – 19 December 2022
High Season: 1 June – 31 October 2022, 20 December 2022 – 6 January 2023


  • Accommodation
  • All meals and local drinks – excludes premium
  • Twice daily scheduled camp activities
  • Park fees
  • Laundry
  • Namibian VAT & Tourism Levy
  • imported brands and champagne.
  • Pricing in South African Rand (ZAR)


  • International airfare
  • Visas and other entry costs
  • Travel insurance
  • PCR testing for your journey home (if applicable)
  • Personal expense such as extra drinks/food on transfers, phone calls, curio shop purchases
  • Gratuities for your tour driver/guide, waiters/staff at accommodations
  • Optional extension available in

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