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Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef in Exmouth, Australia

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is a beach-side eco-resort set in the dunes on Western Australia’s Cape Range National Park on the shores of Ningaloo Reef. The resort consists of 16 Wilderness Tents, all of which are perched on individual wooden platforms with en-suites at the back and a private deck out front. With all the comforts needed to experience a comfortable and memorable stay, guest will enjoy naturally sustainable bare-foot luxury in their rooms, native herb soaps and ecologically sound shampoos are provided. Tents are spacious and naturally comfortable allowing a true escape from the distraction of the modern world. All power is solar-generated.

The World Heritage Area of the Ningaloo Coast offers one of Australia’s most amazing marine experiences, while the limestone backdrop of the Cape Range shares its remarkable beauty. Delight on the delicious menu prepared daily with local produce, fresh fish and hints of bush food prepared by the chef. Meals are shared with fellow guests and are served at the lodge or on the deck. This camp-style experience at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef will allow guests to enjoy a beautiful stay where nature is at its best.

Location of Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef
Cape Range National Park, Yardie Creek Rd
WA 6707
Exmouth, Australia

Nearest Airport: PER

Amenities for Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

  • Dining
  • Bar
  • Organic Cuisine
  • Oceanfront Dining
  • Restaurants
  • Activities
  • Excursions
  • Hiking
  • Snorkeling
  • Stargazing
  • Boat Excursions
  • Nearby
  • Beach
  • National Park
  • Scuba Diving
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Luxury Tents & Open Air

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

From the second we arrived, we knew we had found something truly special. The view from our tent was unbelievable - large dunes and blue water. The beach was pretty much our own private beach. We could walk out of our tent and go snorkelling in two minutes. The reef was outstanding, truly beautiful. The staff was exceptionally friendly and attentive without being overbearing and the food was excellent. There were snorkelling, kayaking or hiking activities offered twice a day, but without any feeling of being obliged to participate. The vibe was very laid back. We flew all the way from Canada to visit Sal Salis and we weren't disappointed.

Michael M - Toronto, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

Stayed here for three nights. Great experience. Tents are very nice, with high quality beds, some hanging space and plenty of room for your cases. Attached open air on-suite bathroom was very good. You are limited to 20 litres of water each per day (eco reasons) but that didn’t seem to limit our showering etc. Food was excellent. They have a great chef. You eat on a big table with the other guests (could be as many as 32 people but they were only half full when we stayed). Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all included as well as all wine and other drinks. There’s a choice for breakfast and lunch but at dinner everyone has the same unless you’ve pre-warned them of any dietary requirements. Dinner felt like a big dinner party, and there were always some interesting people to latch on to. Staff were very friendly, and laid on a morning and afternoon activity every day which you could go on if you wanted. Usually snorkelling in the morning and then kayaking or hiking in the afternoon. Most people pre book a whole day whale swimming trip (that’s extra) but we didn’t do that and it didn’t effect our enjoyment of the stay. Tents are just back from the beach, and it’s all very private. You will see a few Roos, but that’s about it. Overall, I recognise this is an expensive hotel but I felt it was worth it.

HolidayJunkie99 - London, England

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

Amazing trip - great setting, amazing wildlife, caring and professional team, delicate flavourfull food, wonderful local beer, wine and spirits ;-) great benefit to have no wifi and tents were really luxurious with great linen and bathrooms. The excursions were fab - especially for us less avid snokelers. Great to swim with whalesharks and manta rays. Enjoyed the communal spirit more than expected but did not enjoy all the kids with their ipad video games on full volume ... might have been an issue in coming on school holidays.... very special place which we will happily return to - thank you to the full team for all the help, enjoyment and extra fancy treat for our last night!

krisis - sydney, australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

Hidden behind the dunes in a series of low impact tents this glamping resort looks out onto the water of Ningaloo Reef—the most amazing colour with the turquoise inner reef and beyond deep India Ink Blue of the ocean, where humpback whales can be seen breeching in a splash of white. The tents are wonderfully comfortable the staff is marvellous and the food and wine fantastic. Snorking on the reef is amazing and swimming with humpback whales and whale sharks a once in a lifetime experience. I came for 3 days and wish I had stayed a week. Worth the money!!!

CassandraPybus - Hobart, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

This was a magical trip our family will never forget. The beauty of the location is breathtaking. Full of wildlife both above and below water. It was an adventure to sleep in tents and sleep with the sound of the sea. The food was exquisite and we enjoyed making new friends around the communal dinner table. The daily activities kept the teens so happy they didn't even notice they had no access to social media. The parents particularly enjoyed the evening tradition of a G7T on the deck watching the sun set.

Jeannie P

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