KulalaWilderness Camp, in the heart of Namibia's Namib Desert, is a twelve bedded camp situated on the 7 000 hectare Wilderness Safaris property near Sossusvlei. Tented camp is built at the foot of a mountain facing west and offers great sunset views.
The camp consists of six Meru style tents with en suite bathrooms and showers that provide solar heated hot water. The tents are linked to the main dining room, bar, reception area and swimming pool by stone pathways. The interiors are simple yet comfortable. The main area is built from stone with canvas roofing. There is a fully stocked bar, and imaginative three course meals are served at dinner. At night, lanterns light the main area, and a full breakfast is served there in the mornings.
On the edge of the oldest desert in the world, this is not a game rich area, rather an area of interest that is dramatised by the contrast between the desert and animals like the springbok, gemsbok (oryx) and ostrich that manage to survive in these harsh conditions.
This camp is best suited to the self-drive guest, or guests on guided safari. Accommodation is on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. Activities are laid on at an additional cost. These include early morning ballooning, excursions to Sossusvlei as well as guided walks and nature drives.