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Over Little Kulala Lodge
- rust en natuur
Insiders tipVanuit uw 'rooftop bed' kunt u uren naar de sterren staren. Hoe romantisch kan uw verblijf zijn?
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Airco, kluisje, binnen- en buitendouche, privé-dompelbad, veranda, extra bed op het dak.
Gelegen in het Kulala Wilderness Reserve, in de Namib Desert, in de omgeving van Sesriem.
- Verschillende excursies in de Sossusvlei, onder meer per auto of te voet
- Ballonvaart (seizoensgebonden)
- Begeleide wandelingen
- Quad Biken
De beroemde Sossusvlei bevindt zich in het Namib Naukluft Park. De openingstijden zijn vanaf zonsopgang tot een uur na zonsondergang. De Sossusvlei is de plek waar een smalle, over het algemeen droge rivierbedding in tijden van flinke regenval de zanderige vlakte omtovert in een klein meer. De meeste accommodaties in dit gebied bevinden zich in de omgeving van de plaatsen Solitaire en Sesriem, op 30-60 kilometer afstand van de Sossusvlei.
As seasoned travellers we can say that this lodge is totally top ! We think there was more staff than guests, nothing was too much. All private villa's with plunge pool, inside and outside bed and shower, airco, fridge, coffeemaker, large deck totally esuipped etc... Great food and great wine (they have wine cellar) and nothing was too much for the great staff. Ou tour guide Mamsy was fantastic ! We felt very privilegd to be there and sorry to have to leave. Great job for Wilderness safari's too !
"Heaven hidden in the dunes"
Little Kulala is a special place. Hidden away near the base of the intimidating sand dunes, bliss awaits upon arrival. The small touches are superb and the warm towel and drink upon arrival showed the classy touch in which the lodge is managed. Luxury everywhere you look, Little Kulala provides a great base to explore the desert. Having endured the light air craft journey to get there, Little Kulala did not disappoint!
"Smiling just thinking about it!"
We loved our stay at Little Kulala. Itâ€™s a beautiful place in a stunning setting, with a staff to match! The enthusiasm of everyone we encountered made me happy. Our room was comfortable, amenity-filled and blended seamlessly into the surroundings. The food was good and upon reflection, I still donâ€™t know how they get that amount of variety (especially of produce) into the desert. Having traveled around Namibia for 3 weeks following our stay and cooking our own meals, I will tell you Namibian grocery stores do not sell this produce. Our guide, Matthew was knowledgeable but never overbearing. He did a good job of reading the vibe of our small group and how much we wanted to chat. We spent a lot of time talking to both Emsie and Bertha, two awesome ladies on staff. If I could afford it, I would go back in a heartbeat. Definitely a highlight of our trip.
"The Other Side of the Moon"
Recently, my wife and I took her sister to a most remote travel destination, unknown to most Americans. When we arrived, I was sure we were on the other side of the moon. We were in Namibia on the West Coast of southern Africa. The landscape is almost indescribable with vast expanses of desert and dunes. Namibia is bordered on the north by Angola, on the east by Botswana, and on the south by South Africa. We stayed in 3 safari camps, owned and managed by Wilderness Safari, over 2 weeks and encountered only 1 American couple. Most travelers were European â€“ German, Dutch, French, and English. Our 1st camp was in the south of Namibia amidst the red sand dunes of Sossusvlei. These are the highest sand dunes in the world, some well over 1,000 feet high. We stayed in a camp named Little Kulala, within sight of the dunes. The lodges were 5 star accommodations and the staff was excellent. This is an area in the midst of the Namib Desert, one of the oldest deserts in the world at over 2 million years old. It hasnâ€™t rained in this area in almost 7 years. We encountered only ostrich, springbok, and gemsbok (oryx) in the surrounding landscape, the only animals that have successfully adapted to the dry conditions. The 3 memorable experiences at Little Kulala were a hot air balloon ride over the dunes (and landing accidently in the dunes) followed by a great champagne breakfast, a climb up one of the dunes to about 500 feet, and sitting through a total white-out sandstorm. My hat is off to Wilderness Safari for the fantastic job they did for us and do for the many camps they have across Africa. I would heartily recommend them to anyone considering a safari trip in Africa. This was certainly a trip to remember with lots of photos to remind us of the indescribable landscape and beautiful lodges we were privileged to visit. Our thanks also go to Cox and Kings, the tour company that put this remarkable trip together for us. We have travelled with Cox and Kings in the past and have never been disappointedâ€¦
Little Kulala offers a luxurious Sossusvlei experience. The staff took good care of us and I enjoyed sleeping out on the roof. The private villas offer some of Namibias best suites ... The dead vlei activity is a must (although it's a pity Breakfast is served at 05h30 & not enjoyed on / during the outing). Very romantic suites with private plunge pools + the lodge shows off @ night
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