With an inverse proportion of size to luxury, Little Kulala Camp is the flagship lodge of the Kulala Wilderness Reserve and boasts the best access to Sossusvlei. Bordering on the gigantic Namib Naukluft Park, the Kulala Wilderness Reserve has a sense of isolation that is exaggerated by the vast plains, desolate dunes and rugged mountains that make up its 21,000 hectares. The camp has 11 thatched villas with both indoor and outdoor showers. There is also a wine cellar, library, craft boutique for guests to enjoy.
Experience the desert from the lap of luxury
Flora and fauna in this fragile ecosystem have developed fascinating attributes to cope with extremes of heat and extended periods of drought. The Little Kulala lodge overlooks a waterhole that is visited by gemsbok, springbok, wild ostriches, bat-eared fox, aardwolf, hares, jackals and the elusive spotted hyena. Little Kulala Camp offers guided excursions through a private gate to Sossusvlei in the Namib Naukluft Park; night drives and guided walks on the reserve and champagne breakfast balloon flights over the desert. Quadbiking with experienced rangers is a great way to experience the area.