Little Kulala

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Found in the sprawling 37 000-hectare private Kulala Wilderness Reserve, Little Kulala is a luxurious desert retreat that acts as a gateway for guests to the sweeping red dunes of Sossusvlei, which are only 45 minutes away. Guests can expect charming hospitality and service from the friendly staff at the property, which is very much similar to its sister property Kulala Desert Lodge.

Accommodation is adapted to the desert environment and is designed to keep guests as cool as possible. Little Kulala offers only 11 rooms each of which is raised off the ground on wooden platforms to catch the cool breeze, and maintain strong airflow at all times, with air conditioning furthering this. All rooms are en suite and provide charming verandas from which guests can take in the view along with inviting private plunge pools to relax in and cool off. Should guests wish to, they can sleep out under the vast and star studded sky on the room's flat rooftops.

The high thatched roof of the main area provides welcome shade as well as a comfortable lounge, dining room and bar. Guests can stand out on the veranda and watch the shadows slowly roll over the vast desert-scape or take to Little Kulala's main pool for a tranquil dip.

How to get to Little Kulala

Little Kulala is approximately a 1.15 hr flight from Windhoek and 1 hr flight from Swakopmund. The airstrip is located approximately 30 min drive from the camp. For drive options it is a 350km drive south of Windhoek.

Activities at Little Kulala

Walking trails and nature drives into the desert, guided visits to Sesriem and Sossusvlei. Ballooning and in-room massages (at an additional cost), quad biking and sundowner trips.

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Selected Itineraries

Our favorite itineraries that visit Little Kulala

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Himba Women - Photo by Dana Allen for Wilderness Safaris

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Cost Per Person
From $9,790 (Includes international flights from JFK)
Linyanti, Okavango Delta, Etosha & Surrounds, Damaraland, Sossusvlei & the Namib Desert, Maun