KulalaWilderness Camp, in the heart of Namibia`s Namib Desert, is situated on the 7,000-hectare private property near Sossusvlei. The camp is about four kilometers from the Kulala Desert Lodge, with a separate entrance and access road. It is built at the foot of a mountain facing west with great sunset views. This camp can be booked by groups with their own guide and vehicle, or by guests on a self-drive safari.
Kulala Wilderness Camp consists of six Meru-style tents with private bathrooms with showers. Hot water is solar-heated. The tents are linked to the main dining room, bar, reception area and swimming pool by stone pathways. The interiors are simple yet comfortable and have solar powered 12V lighting. The main dining area, bar and reception are built from stone with canvas roofing. There is a fully stocked bar, and traditional three course meals are served at dinner and full breakfasts in the mornings. At night, lanterns light the main area.
On the edge of the oldest desert in the world, this is not a game rich area, however, whatever game you see is interesting and dramatized by the contrast between the desert and the animal life it supports. Springbok, gemsbok (oryx) and ostrich are the few who manage to survive in these harsh conditions. The rare and elusive aardvark is occasionally sighted at night, along with cape fox, polecats, aardwolf and other nocturnal animals. Activities include game drives, guided walks and ballooning.