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Dip into outback eco-luxuryNingaloo Reef, Australia

Picture this: 16 spacious wilderness tents just metres from white, sugar-soft sands, spectacular coral and rugged limestone ranges. Hidden in the sand dunes of WA’s Cape Range National Park, at a rather enviable spot where bush and sea brush shoulders, Sal Salis offers all the creature comforts of a five-star stay. There's a springy bed, 100% organic cotton linen, fluffy bath towels, an 
ensuite bathroom, a bar and top-notch grub – but at minimal impact to the environment. Almost 100 per cent of the camp's power comes from solar energy, the toiletries provided are all eco-friendly and the toilets are waterless and composting.

This exclusive camp invites total back to basics relaxation, though the surrounds yell "come explore". From slipping into the cerulean waters to stare wide-eyed at pods of humpbacks and whale sharks, to scrambling across the red earth and scrubland of the vast Mandu Mandu Gorge, Mother Nature has produced some sterling work in this corner of the world.


  • Sun terrace
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Library
  • Bar and restaurant

From US$594 twin-share per person per night.

Sal Salis
salsalis.com.au

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